The life and work of Barry Brickell
From Nine To Noon 1 May 2013
NZ potter, conservationist and railway enthusiast Barry Brickell moved to the Coromandel to teach high school in the 1960s. But less than a year later he abandoned teaching to set up a pottery studio and kiln on a property in Driving Creek.
Fifty years later he's become one of New Zealand's most important ceramicists and has restored hectares of native bush and created a wildlife sanctuary.
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