Barry brickell

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Barry Brickell New Zealand, Pots, Pottery, Earth, Ceramics, Sculpture, Stone, Studio, Table

New Zealand's only narrow-gauge mountain railway

New Zealand's only narrow-gauge mountain railway

Barry Brickell railway detail - one of our foremost potters also built this railway on his property in Coromandel. A great place to visit. Ceramic Art, Genealogy, Mobiles, Great Places, New Zealand, Landscapes, Places To Visit, Exterior, Culture

Barry Brickell railway detail - one of our foremost potters also built this railway on his property in Coromandel. A great place to visit.

Barry Brickell Spiromorphs

Barry Brickell Spiromorphs

Barry Brickell coiled peopillic?

Barry Brickell coiled peopillic?

This short story was shot in 2009 for a youth Magazine show called "Pacific Beat St" which showed on in New Zealand.

Barry Brickell PBS 127 - Computer.m4v

This short story was shot in 2009 for a youth Magazine show called "Pacific Beat St" which showed on TV3 in New Zealand. The brief was to introduce what make...

Driving Creek Railway and Potteries - Coromandel New Zealand North, Entrepreneur Inspiration, Entrance, Flora, Parents, Island, Activities, Holidays, Country

New Zealand's only narrow-gauge mountain railway

New Zealand's only narrow-gauge mountain railway

These were made to fund his railway project DCR stands for Driving Creek Railway Here is his mark although one 'spoke' is missing due to placing it on the curve Pottery Marks, Ceramics, Studio, Food, Plate, Pottery, Study, Studios, Clay Crafts

Barry Brickell

These were made to fund his railway project DCR stands for Driving Creek Railway Here is his mark although one 'spoke' is missing due to placing it on the curve

Glass bottle wall - Driving creek railway

Musings By Melody

This was definitely one of our more "interesting" days... It all started out fine: we got up nice and early to catch the bus at 7:30 a.m. so we could make it down to Rotorua. We stopped for a few minutes in the town of Paeroa, which is known for it's mineral springs, which provide the water for the famous drink L&P (Lemon and Paeroa). Brandon told us this was another "must" in NZ, so I had tried it on the plane. I didn't particularly like it because I don't like carbonated drinks, but when…