HOMOKY, Nicholas

Nicholas Homoky   British 1950-

Nicholas Homoky was born in Hungary and studied at Bristol Polytechnic in London. He was greatly influenced by Ian Godfrey, his other teachers at Bristol were Ian Auld, Gillian Lowndes and Michael Cardew. He furthered his studies at the Royal College of Art  where he was taught by David Queensbuiry, Martin Hunt and Eduardo Paolozzi. His early work is very much influenced by Ina Godfrey, but he is more well known for his vessels in porcelain and red clay which are thrown, turned and slabbed built. The pieces are often finished with black rims and linear designs inlaid with stained black porcelain slip and often polished rather than glazed.

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