Hornsey College of Art
Royal College of Art (failed with distinction)
Moved to Ireland in 1974
Studied at Bideford School of Art N. Devon
Lynn and Ian produced limited edition ceramics trading as ‘Cors Its Ceramics’. Finally concentrating on “crazy” bathroom pieces and selling to Europe, Australia and USA. Their work is in many private and public collections.
They stopped producing ceramics in 1994.
Ian is currently producing one off sculptures in cement fondue.
Lynn is making unique ceramic bowls.
Ian worked on an environmental research project in the Indian Ocean.
Researched, developed and introduced the building of low-tech ferro-cement boats as a cottage industry on Lake Malawi to help address the problem of unsustainable fishing practices
Instigated, and sourced the artifacts for Self Help’s “Value of Rubbish” Exhibition.
Their longstanding interest in forestry, led them to develop their smallholding (13 acres) as a conservation area
1997 purchased 70 acres intending to develop an environmentally and economically sustainable forest using existing grants, successfully challenged Forest Service (through the EU) decision to only grant aid the planting of alien conifers.
Established The Irish Natural Forestry Foundation www.greeneconomyfoundation.ie
He currently designs and creates lakes and wetland habitats and planting for biodiversity for private clients.
Established Corbin Local Wildlife Park to facilitate breeding and releasing Tobago’s indigenous animals.
Group Shows include:
Modern Ceramics, Campden Town
Tea Cup Exhibition, Tokyo
Craftsmen Art, V & A, London
International Ceramics, Carrigaline, Cork
Bank of Ireland, Dublin
Ulster Museum, Belfast
Cork – Cracow, Poland
One Man Shows include:
Pace Gallery, London
Bochum, West Germany
Davis Gallery, Dublin
Craft-Council Gallery, Dublin
Spiral Gallery, Cork
Corbin Local Wildlife
Ian & Lynn Wright, Kilnaclasha, Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland
Telephone; 00 353 (0)28 21889 353863470594
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tobago telephone; 0018684602919