Kevin Warren is a potter working in earthenware and soda glazed pottery. He studied at the Medway College of Art and Design and trained with studio potter Mike Goddard for four years. In 1982 Kevin set up his own workshop making ash glazed stoneware, a range of terracotta garden pots and some decorated slipware.
In the spring of 2000 Kevin built a 37 cubic foot sprung arch soda kiln and began to produce a range of domestic ware which has been very popular in galleries across the country. Kevin uses graffito decoration on his well-made, simple and functional pots.
graffito, (Italian: “scratched”), in the visual arts, a technique used in painting, pottery, and glass, which consists of putting down a preliminary surface, covering it with another, and then scratching the superficial layer in such a way that the pattern or shape that emerges is of the lower colour.