He brought some of the pots from his first firing to the gallery so I could see them earlier in the year and I loved his glazes (often from locally sourced clays) and his light, balanced pots. We exhibited his pots in August and we both really appreciate the subtlety and sophistication of his work - in fact I drink out of one of his tea bowls almost every evening.
Here are some photos of his studio - it's well worth a visit - the drive there quite literally takes you far from anywhere.
A lovely owl carved by Andy and set into the building which adjoins his studio.
The window Andy looks out of when he's sitting at his potter's wheel. Look at the amazing bonsai trees - some are over thirty years old.
Andy and Roger in the garden with the building which houses the wood fired kiln in the background.
I loved this red window with orange squash clustered on the sill.