This combines the vigour of free painting upon the pot surface based on a geometric grid. The spontaneity and liveliness of the brush work makes reference too many influences, not least Paul Klee and Alexander Calder.
Paul continues to work with the wood kiln and salt-glazing, creating work of a more oriental origin. Porcelain and stoneware reflect the colours of the sea and the landscape of Cornwall. Some of these pieces also follow a geometric form.
Underlying all Paul’s work is a concern for function and he encourages pieces to be used.