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Abandoned Pot-Kilns, Burslem

Abandoned Pot-Kilns, Burslem


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  • Lovely colours Alan.. :)

    Posted by Maria Hughes on Sat 25 Jul 18:52:31
  • great colours and drama... so sad to see them crumbled and abandoned

    Posted by Ruthy flet on Wed 02 Sep 07:36:44
  • Love your work Alan, especially the Industrial series of Stoke.

    Posted by Teresa Allen on Fri 09 Oct 12:19:55
  • I like 'industrial' art and this really appeals with it's vibrant colours.

    Posted by Frank Johnson on Sat 26 Dec 19:16:57
  • paper using mainly ink with wax to repel the washes. Now all but gone, these pot kilns were the main industry in Stoke at one time, bellowing out their thick choking smoke. A few now exist only as were great controversies and discrepancies, it was said that it was not in itself art, in the times of the Prehistory were used the stylization and the geometrism, but as time passes it has become an inexhaustible source of ideas where the names of abstruse artists such as Paul Gauguin, Guillermo Jiménez Sáenz, Gabino amaya cacho, Edna Andrade, Paul Cézanne, Sérvulo Gutiérrez, Alvaro Suárez Vértiz among others.for the artists of our century being now when no one dares to question their existence and identity as an art of their own.

    Posted by michel nickson on Wed 06 Sep 15:59:37