Royce McGlashen




Royce McGlashen



    Royce was born in 1949
    He was educated at Waimea College Richmond Nelson.
    1996 began a 5-year apprenticeship at Waimea Pottery in
         Richmond NZ
    1989-1994 Designer for Temuka Pottery NZ
    1989 Awarded MBE for Services to Pottery in New Zealand
    1988 Became member IAC
    From 1987 Royce had also produced works on paper
         primarily using gouache.
    1985 Attended an IAC symposium to in Tennessee USA
    1980 the pottery was relocated to its present site at
         128 Ellis St Brightwater Nelson.
    1975 Royce returned to New Zealand and established his
         first Pottery at Beach Road in Richmond.
    Since 1975 Royce has run his own Ceramic Art Studio and
    gallery where he displays and sells his ceramic works
    and paintings. Over the years he has employed staff
    providing a full training programme covering all the
    aspects of pottery production. Royce has always produced
    tableware for domestic use. Decoration has always been a
    feature of his work. Royce also produces ceramic art
    pieces and these have won awards, and been included in
    exhibitions in many parts of the world
    1972~1975 Royce traveled and worked in Australia and
        England, and Visited South Africa and Europe
   1971 he qualified as a Master Potter





    1983~1987 Fletcher Brownbuilt/Challenge Auckland NZ 
           Merit Awards
           NZ Ceramics & Glass Santa Barbara USA
           NZ Ceramics Singapore
           Teapot Exhibition Singapore

    2000  Royal Easter Show Auckland Supreme Sculptural Award
          IAC Members Exhibitions Japan, Canada, Germany and Greece
    2002  Mino Japan Ceramic Art Section