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I am originally from Belgium, but now live and work in the Lake District. I started making ceramics when I lived in Friesland, where I learned the throwing skills from a local potter. I worked with clay for several years whilst living in different European...

Having studied sculpture as a mature student, I have worked in a variety of materials and recently returned to using clay. Working with stoneware and hand building, my work can be either abstract, single forms, or small groups of complementary forms. I also make simple...

Emmeline's wheel-thrown ceramics are inspired by her love of nature, the countryside and the beauty of its many textures; cracked limestone pavements, tree bark and dry exposed peat are reflected in the surface patterns of her work. The uplands have always held a fascination, as a...

My name is Paul Burton, a ceramic artist based in Matlock Derbyshire. All my bespoke hand crafted work is made and sold under the name of AQUARAMICS. Inspired by all things nautical and sometimes mythical I love making my dragons and quirky aquatic life. Each...

I am an artist specialising in ceramics, I used to enjoy making 'mud pies' in the garden with my sister, so I think that I was destined to 'play' with clay. I am predominately influenced by the natural world, especially my surroundings in rural Lincolnshire,...

Creating an echo of the sea my work is based on sea urchins and protozoa. I enjoy throwing and altering the forms to explore the shapes of these fascinating creatures. The interplay of glazes on the surfaces of the forms adds subtle depth. Continuing to...

I am a hobby potter based in Doncaster working mainly in stoneware. I make functional and decorative hand-thrown pieces. I am fascinated by the medium that is clay and by the fire that transforms it. The metamorphosis from soft mud to beautiful sculptural ceramic by...

I have made pots for 35 years, off and on, throughout my working life. My recent move to The Yorkshire Dales has given me the time and space to pursue this obsession. My pots are made from red earthenware clay, predominately wheel thrown or hump...

Inspired by nature, I love to create organic, functional ceramic forms with exciting tactile surfaces and interesting glazes....

I make hand thrown pots using porcelain clay as it has an innate beauty and fineness. My pots are functional - semi domestic ware, they are for holding, using and displaying. I use the slip created during the throwing process to add depth to the...