Col Levy was born in Sydney in 1933. He studied industrial arts at Sydney Teachers College and ceramics at East Sydney Technical College. In 1957 he spent a year workshop training with Ivan McMeekin at Sturt Pottery, Mittagong, NSW. In 1964 he established a pottery workshop at Mt Bowen near Windsor, NSW, and worked there while lecturing at East Sydney Technical College part-time. In 1974 he was a member of the Education and Training Committee of the Crafts Board of the Australia Council and in that year studied in Japan under Yu Fujuwara at Bizen for six weeks. He became a full-time potter in 1978 and from 1979-80 was a member of the Crafts Board of the Australia Council. He is represented in the collections of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery of South Australia, Art Gallery of Western Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, and Newcastle City Art Gallery, NSW
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Col Levy (b. 1933) and Maureen Williams-Levy three ceramic bowls the Col Levy bowl in shades of matt and shine red, artist's mark incised to base, together with two Maureen Williams-Levy bowls, one with blue patterned glaze and the other with grey and brow
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