Ivan Englund (1915-2007) was born in Liverpool, NSW. He
completed a Diploma of Painting and Drawing at East Sydney Technical College in
1951, then taught art and ceramics in institutions in Victoria, Canberra and
Wollongong, where he took up a post at the Technical College in 1954. He was
one of the original four members of the Potters?
Society of Australia when it was formed in 1956. He conducted extensive
research into glazes and published two books and many articles on this work. In
1962, he was awarded an ESTC Fellowship for his development of igneous rock
glazes. In 1971, he was appointed Senior Head Teacher of Art at ESTC, and from
1972 to 1977, he conducted the Ivan Englund Pottery School at the Rocks, before
moving to Walcha, NSW, and then to Bawley Point, NSW, to work as a full-time
potter. For his work on middle-fire more...
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