FEATURED ARTIST: Rynne Tanton
In the 1960s Rynne started potting while training as a teacher in New
Zealand. Seeking more formal qualifications, he completed a three-year degree at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and subsequently taught pottery attertiary level in Launceston for 24 years.
Concurrently, he made and sold pottery under the name Crickhollow Pottery. The initial focus was textured functional pots, which developed into visually textured surfaces with glaze-on-glaze decoration and macro-crystalline glaze effects.
His work may be found in national, international and private collections.
Rynne is currently edging into sculpture, having recently built a bronze
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Design Tasmania is assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts, and by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
Design Tasmania is supported by The Ian Potter Foundation, one of Australia’s major philanthropic foundations.