Clive Tucker studied with Lotte Glob in the Far north of Scotland, near to the end of the last century. With her knowledge and guidance, the clay became his canvas, and with deft hands, he shaped vessels of great beauty. His skills grew and flowed like a river, deep and wide. A restlessness took him on his quest for beauty. He moved to Canada, and, after a brief stay in Ontario, he travelled west.
He honed his talent at Emily Carr School of Art. His name became synonymous with craftsmanship, and his pieces, a testimony to his ceaseless devotion to the potter’s wheel. In the scrolls of history, Clive Tucker, the potter, shall forever be remembered, an alchemist of form and function, and a testament to the enduring power of artistic expression.