Erik Juckert was an Australian potter who was active from the late 1940s to the early 1990s. He was born in Melbourne in 1918 and studied pottery with Una Deerborn, one of Australia's leading potters. Juckert's early work was influenced by Deerborn's style, which was characterized by simple, functional forms and earthy glazes. However, Juckert soon developed his own unique style, which was characterized by more complex forms and a wider range of glazes. He was particularly known for his use of splatter glazes, which created an unpredictable and organic effect. Juckert's work was exhibited widely in Australia and overseas. He was also a regular contributor to Australian pottery magazines and journals. In 1967, he was awarded the prestigious Sulman Prize for Ceramics. Juckert retired from pottery in the early 1990s and he died in 2004.
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