Lawson Rudge b.1936
A fiberglass garden sculpture of a Pony modelled grazing.
Lawson Rudge (B.1936) trained at Stourbridge Art College, and then the Royal College of Art, where he was in the same year as David Hockney. Rudge settled in Morchard Bishop, Devon where, with his late wife Julie, he created a home and studio.
During a successful career as a commercial ceramicist, Lawson Rudge became well known for his whimsical raku pottery sculptures, including flat cows and hares.
Lawson has now retired to a home outside Exeter.
The Lawson Rudge Studio Sale includes work taken from his studio, around his house and garden, including many pieces that have never been seen outside his home.