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I’m based in Teeside and Tuscany, my work is influenced by the forces of nature, and by the timeless forms of Roman, Greek, and Etruscan ceramics. I make by whatever method best suits the design, I both throw and hand build vessels, which I then Raku or...

My ceramics are inspired by my emotional responses to landscapes and sense of place connected to special places. I aim to capture the essence of landscapes through form, colour and texture, working in stoneware to create decorative vessels, wall panels and sculptural forms. I use...

Alasdair Nelson draws his inspiration for his ceramics from the very place his materials come from; the earth. He harnesses the heat of the kiln, applying it to raw materials to fashion them into sculptural works. His fascination with the natural world is reflected in...

The inspiration for much of my work lies in the relationship between animals and humans within fairytales and fables. Interweaving the symbolism of these ancient stories with personal memories, I blur the boundaries between truth and mythology to offer the viewer an alternative narrative. Some...

Using porcelain clay I create contemporary atmospheric wall pieces and vessels inspired by trees, fields and countryside surrounding my home in Derbyshire. My initial sketches are transferred onto the soft clay with texture, following a bisque firing resists, oxides and crackle glazes are applied to...