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I live in the Eden Valley and I work in earthenware clay. I like coloured slips and use these in a painterly fashion to illustrate bowls with cats. I also use oxides and wax resist for large horse bowls. I have travelled in Iceland, having...

Working on the rural border of North Yorkshire and Teesside, my work captures the essence of nature through both pattern and sculpture. Porcelain offers me delicacy and elegance while stoneware gives robust strength. Both are my media of choice when throwing decorative or functional bowls...

Based in York where she works from her own studio, Pamela aims to translate the dynamism and sensitivity for which she was known in her former career as a musician, into ‘visual music’ in clay. Interstellar, fossil, microorganism, coral? Porcelain sculptural pieces imagined but reminiscent of...

I am a ceramic artist, teacher and long standing member of Northlight Art Studios, Hebden Bridge. Memory, relationships and the lived environment provide the subject matter for my work. I often incorporate and re-present everyday domestic items, found fragments and scraps which connect to the...

Clay is a wonderful material to work with and I am continually exploring different methods of making contemporary vessels, wall-pieces and sculptural objects. The surface designs are drawn by incised curved and straight lines to counterpoint the form. My passion for colour and texture has...

I graduated in June 2014 with a 3d Contemporary Craft degree, I started to specialise in Ceramics in Yr2 and discovered Raku in Yr3. I fell in love with the Spontaneity, excitement and different elements of the Raku process. I make coiled pots predominantly 'naked...

Having had a lifelong passion for art and crafts I discovered pottery in 2014 and draw inspirations from my love of antiques, fossils, mythology and prehistoric beasts. Based in Blyborough, Lincolnshire, I work from both home and a local studio and especially enjoy hand building...

I started working with clay in 1972 at an introductory weekend course at Skipton College of Further Education where I spent about 6 hours battling with the potter's wheel. Not being one for giving in too easily I went home and within a week had...

I make figurative animal sculptures in stoneware. I work quickly to capture the essence and movement of the creatures. By working quickly, as in a three dimensional sketch, I try to catch the spirit and the animation of a living animal. I enjoy the feel...

I specialise in stoneware and raku, but my work encompasses pottery as a whole. I use many different making processes including throwing, coiling, slab building, press moulding and casting, formulating slips and glazes from the raw ingredients to give a unique quality and finish. Inspiration...