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I am based in the beautiful Ribble Valley in the remote hamlet of Cow Ark. I create my pottery whenever children, husband, large garden and energetic dog permit. Starting at evening classes three years ago, I am still honing down my interests in ceramics and...

Petra Lloyd was born in London and studied scientific illustration at Middlesex Polytechnic. After her move to the North-East, she rediscovered her love of ceramics and started to create sculptural work and other ornamental items reflecting her love of nature, especially of birds, fish and...

I make functional stoneware along with some decorative pieces and have an interest in traditional ideas about process, form and function. Most of my work is thrown on the wheel, raw glazed and single fired. Living in Cumbria I am influenced by the ever changing...

Having lived in the Far East for many years my pieces are influenced by the Asian culture. I am looking for visual harmony using simple, pure, strong forms with added surface decoration, employing symbolism, themes, motifs and narrative. Using slip cast moulds and slab building...

Rachel Lee trained in Fine Art and has worked in West Yorkshire as a Community Artist for the last 20 years. Her work in ceramics is figurative, exploring what it is like to be human and vulnerable; to dream of being an angel, an acrobat...

I am a ceramic artist. I use the ceramic as a canvas, usually in the form of press moulded or slip cast forms in white earthenware clay or slip. Most of my images have a personal connection. Sometimes hand drawn, painted or created on photoshop...

The natural world fills me with inspiration, from geology to tree bark and leaves. Most of my work is hand-built such as my range of foliate heads - 'The Green Man' and my 'Forest Brides'. I enjoy throwing too and Raku firing. As well as...

I am fascinated by symmetry of the circular form. I express this through my wheel thrown pottery. My other influence is love for the wildness of the natural world. To reflect this, I like to introduce an irregularity of finish, which enhances the symmetry of...

I've been working in clay for over 25 years now and it is still the simple forms and use of natural light that holds my fascination. I have recently rediscovered porcelain and set the pieces onto clear acrylic sheet allowing the work to be backlit...