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Prof Kevin Petrie

Professor Kevin Petrie leads the Glass and Ceramics team at the University of Sunderland. Kevin studied Illustration at the University of Westminster and Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art. He holds a PhD in ceramics and print from University of the West of England, Bristol. Kevin’s first book ‘Glass and Print’ established the crossovers between Glassmaking and Printmaking. His second book, ‘Ceramic Transfer Printing’ draws together the great potential of print for ceramics. Kevin has written many articles and reviews for journals such as Ceramic Review and presented his work on glass, ceramics and print in Canada, Thailand, Hong Kong, Denmark, Germany, USA, Australia, and China. He was recently awarded a National Teaching Fellowship for his contribution to glass and ceramics teaching, in partcular this relates to postgraduate at MA, MPhil and Ph.D levels.

  

 

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  1. kevin petrie,

    i was wondering what techniques you use when printing onto ceramic and where you get inspiration. ive looked at some of your work and am being inspired as i am interested in printmaking and was wondering if you focus on a theme and see where it take you or if you already have ideas that are influenced by someone or something.

    Posted by TAVE | December 12, 2011, 3:55 pm
    • Sorry for the delayed response. In the past I used a water based transfer printing method developed through my PhD at the University of the West of England Bristol. I am mainly inspired by drawing directly from life and try to fix the experience of the drawing through ceramics and glass.

      Posted by Kevin Petrie | January 6, 2012, 2:30 pm

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