Adela Powell Ceramics

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Constructed high fired clay forms referencing landscape with extensive use of local and found materials in slips and glazes.


 

Adrian Bates Ceramics

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Ceramics exploring themes of growth, movement & poise. Timeless elegance and elemental simplicity expressed in clay.


 

Alchemy Tiles

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Individually hand carved encaustic, inlaid tiles with inspiring poetry, quotes and images using ancient 13th Century techniques held eternally in earth and time.


 

Alex McCarthy Ceramics

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Hand thrown ceramic vessles with highly textured surfaces contrasted with precious metal highlights.


 

Alvin Irving Ceramics

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Thrown and individually hand painted contemporary ceramics in porcelain and white earthernware. Wry imagery in pictorial underglaze brushwork.


Amanda Ray Raku Jewellery

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A unique and distinctive range of raku fired jewellery, inspired by Art Deco and the designs of the sixties.


 

Amberlea McNaught Ceramics

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Hand carved wheel thrown vessels made in various stoneware clay bodies.


 

Antje Ernestus

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Porcelain pots and individual platters with high fired glazes, celadons, ash glazes, high silica white, copper red. Gas fired.


 

Antonia Salmon

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Burnished and smoke fired sculptures and vessels.


 

Armin Skirde Keramik

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Stoneware forms with paintings. The paintings are similar to prehistorical cave paintings. The stoneware is fired at 1240°C.


Barbara Gittings Ceramics

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Hand built Porcelain sculptural "vessels" and bottles which are patterned using nerikomi techniques and smoke firing.


 

Bridget Drakeford Porcelain

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Handthrown porcelain vessels using wood & silver on some teapots and containers.


 

Brigitte Colleaux

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Standard range wood fired tableware lined with an ash glaze and slate based limited range of coffee cups and bowls.


 

Carolyn Genders

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Sculptural vessels that are more than painted surfaces, each piece is a continuous three dimensional canvas.


Ceramics by George Ormerod

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Wheel Thrown Stoneware and Porcelain, functional ware with figurative images and patterns created by layering slips and glazes using wax resist techniques.


 

Chris and Freya

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We use a composition of hand sculpted figures assembled with thrown forms, both functional and non- functional. Sculpted faces and torsos emerge from the wheel-thrown.


Chris Barnes

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A unique range of well designed stoneware with rich glaze decoration.


 

Chris Hawkins

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Hand-thrown raku fired copper matt and glazed work, elegant forms, vibrant colours on a selection of bottles, bowls & lidded pots.


Chris Lewis

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Wood fired stoneware garden pots, seats and sculpture, and pots for domestic use.


Chrissy Silver

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In the winter months, when lit, the pieces evoke a visual memory of spring and summer in the garden.


 

Clare Wakefield Ceramics

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Porcelain is thrown or handbuilt, pierced and sculpted. Inspired by oceanic waves and their effect on the land they touch.


Craig Underhill

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Slab built vessel forms that have strong painterly surfaces that evoke a feeling of place or landscape.


 

Creatively Occupied

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Thrown and press molded domestic stoneware, with slip and inscribed surface decoration.


 

 

 

Dan Chapple

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Wheel thrown Raku fired ceramics produced in the Tamar Valley Devon. Slip Resist and crackle glazes alongside Raw glazes.


 

Daniel Boyle

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One off functional salt-glazed and ash glazed stoneware. Textured, fluid glazes - pots to be explored beyond their surface.


 

David Hilton Tableware

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Stoneware and porcelain tableware for all dining occasions. Distinctive glazes and simple decoration give lasting qualities and pleasure.


David Wright Pottery

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Coil-built, wood-fired, stoneware vessels using a coarse crank clay, simple ash and Shino glazes. Sometimes incorporating wooden lids.


 

 

Di Luca Ceramics

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Each piece he creates is unique. The fusion of Italian design influences and traditional ceramic techniques adapted for contemporary tastes, results in highly individual items for your visual enjoyment.


Dianne Cross Ceramics

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Hand built ceramics evoking the textures and colours of the sea shore and coastline, both real and imagined, stormy and calm.


Dufayard

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Contemporary Slipware


 

Dylan Bowen

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Dylan Bowen makes slip decorated earthenware, using traditional and contemporary techniques and materials.


 

Eddie Curtis

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Uniquely textured sculptures and vessels.


 

Emily Myers

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Thrown stoneware vessels which are domestic in scale but sculptural in feel, and usually faceted and carved.


Emma West Ceramics

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Porcelain tiles impressed with hand stitched embroideries.


 

Eric Moss Ceramics

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Modifiable and nest-able abstract sculptural assemblies and desktop/wall-mounted tessellated 3D-tile arrays: individual sculptures can combine in myriad novel compositions.


 

Gill Laverick Jewellery

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Contemporary Porcelain Jewellery. Individually decorated with rich colours and textures. A little wearable work of art!


 

Gilles Le Corre Ceramics

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Thrown stoneware pieces using smooth and textured clay with a porcelain slip fired with satin glazes in a reduction kiln.


 

Gillian Highland

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Reduced stoneware tableware. Outdoor ceramics, stoneware inlaid decorated with landscapes.


 

Gin Durham Ceramics

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Stoneware animal sculptures. Coil and slab built, decorated with oxides, underglazes, glaze and lustre.


Gwen Bainbridge Ceramics

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Hand-built Porcelain vessels created using a variety of decorative techniques adapted from the making processes of other media.


 

Ian Harris Ceramics

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Hand built sculptural vessels slowly developed,beaten and formed. with textures often inspired by the delicate asymmetry of nature.


 

Ian Rylatt

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All pieces are hand thrown and constructed and fired to stoneware.


 

Isabel K-J Denyer

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Isabel’s stoneware pots are thrown on an electric wheel, reduction-fired in a gas kiln and are suitable for celebrations and everyday use.


 

Jack Laverick Ceramics

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Slip cast porcelain planters, vases and tea light holders. Contemporary, on-trend ceramic homewares.


 

Jaejun Lee

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Many unique processes which other artists don't use very often on their work is added to finish his work with the best quality. He polishes the surface with industrial diamond instead of glazing it, then you can experience the new sense of touch. He will show some modernised vessels inspired by Korean traditional aesthetic.


 

James Hake Ceramics

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Wheel thrown stoneware, decorated using oriental glazes and fired in a gas kiln.


 

Jane Cox Ceramics

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Earthenware Ceramics, Wheel thrown, cast and Jigger Jollied. Slip Decorated in Earthenware slips with scrafitto , high fired to 1140, low temp glazes to Jane's own recipes.


Jane White Ceramics

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Hand built, burnished and pit-fired ceramics transformed in the fire into a myriad of different colours and patterns.


 

Jaroslav Hrustalenko

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Well defined shapes with tense potent curves draw principally different silhouettes on the opposite sides emphasised by strong diagonals and distinct colour solutions.


 

Jason Braham

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Salt and ash glazed pots, principally for enjoying with good food and drink.


 

Jennie Gilbert

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I have always aimed to make functional and decorative pottery that is a joy to use. Some pieces have incredibly detailed decoration while others have a much more relaxed feel to them, but they are all made to be used.


 

jev ceramics

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Contemporary ceramic art works - sculptural and vessel forms - highly burnished, and marked with smoke and fumes.


 

Jill Ford Ceramics

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Bowls, vases and tall standing forms thrown on the wheel from fine porcelain. Decoration focuses on textural layering and carving.


Jim Malone

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Work is all thrown on a traditional Korean type wheel and fired in the oil and wood burning oriental climbing kiln.


Jin Eui Kim Ceramics

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I work in-between the concepts of illusion and reality and my work attracts viewers by visual phenomena as well as physical confusions.


 

Jo Keogh Ceramics

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Each vessel is formed using a series of processes, taking advantage of the idiosyncrasies of the hand-formed and the moulded.


 

John Higgins

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Throwing and slab work are combined on the wheel or literally by stretching the clay over solid surfaces to create 3D forms.


Jonathan Chiswell Jones

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Unpredictability is part of the fascination of reduction fired lustre which we use to create effects which are otherwise unachievable.


 

Joy Trpkovic Ceramics

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Joy's work is hand built, pinched porcelain. Ethereal wall pieces display delicate mini sculptures in bespoke Perspex box frames.


 

Keith Varney

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Hand built porcelain vessels and sculpture.


 

Keramisch Atelier Toon Thijs

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Decorative objects and sculptural earthenware, using a variety of techniques and decorated with glazes and engobes (faïence).


 

Knighton Mill Pottery

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Wheel thrown and occasionally altered stoneware, salt fired and wood ash glazed.


 

Laura De Benedetti

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These forms express tension between precision and extemporaneity, between an ideal result and my emotions needing to surface, control and freedom duty and choice…


 

Laurel Keeley Ceramics

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Here I still am, making and showing and exhibiting and exploring new ideas with the same joy as I felt when I was a child, trying to cook wet clay from a river in my Mum’s gas oven.


Leigh Pottery

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Based out of her garden studio in Oxfordshire, Leighan Thomas is a studio potter who produces mainly wheel thrown functional pieces. Her work has a simple aesthetic that focuses on functionality and form, with textures inspired by natural elements. She strives to produce work that is contemporary, modest, elegant, tactile and functional; easy to live with and a pleasure to use.


 

Leonie Stanton

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I create work addressing scale and proportion, juxtaposing surfaces with integrated grogs, creating tension between the form and its finish.


 

Lise Herud Braten

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Lise’s work spans from functional ware to sculptural forms. Each piece is unique, and made from stoneware and porcelain clays.


 

Lloyd-Coombes Ceramics

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Felicity is a ceramic artist specializing in animal sculptures, using a mixed media method. All my sculptures are individually hand sculpted and hand finished, making each piece unique.


 

Margaret Curtis

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Individual hand built and wheel thrown vessels employing combinations of dry and glazed surfaces.


 

Margaret Gardiner Ceramics

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Vapour glazed porcelain for food, drinks, plants and flowers, fumed with stannous chloride to create random areas of lustrous iridescence.


 

Marie Prett Ceramics

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Handmade, highly decorated animals and figures inspired by the circus, mythology and a vivid imagination.


 

Marike Jacobs

To let you feel
Movement, my movement in the Clay
To Let you feel that
yes, I love being a potter


 

Matt Sherratt Ceramics

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Matt makes minimal curved ceramic sculptural forms. Thrown and hand-built. Finished with terra-sigillata, velvet underglaze and lustre.


 

Mitch Pilkington Ceramics

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Hand-built sculptural vessels using highly grogged stoneware. Surface treatments consist of slips and oxides, enhancing the stone-like qualities of the clay.


 

Neil MacDonell

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My work is inspired by textures, patterns and forms derived from found industrial detritus.


 

Nichola Theakston

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Sensitively observed and expressively rendered sculpture of animal form.


 

Nicola Gladwin

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Nicola Gladwin makes colourful decorated slipware ceramics for cooking and serving food using the countryside as her inspiration.


 

Pat Armstrong

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Pat specialises in Raku fired thrown classical shaped vessels and hand built sculptural forms and is probably best known for her copper fumed pieces.


 

Paul Jackson

Altered thrown form vibrantly decorated with Abstraction and Life Drawing, in white earthenware and salt glazed stoneware.


 

Paul Smith Sculptures

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Hand built figurative ceramic sculptures on the theme of positive connections between man and nature.


 

Penny Simpson Ceramics

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Penny Simpson makes useful pots for flowers, kitchen and table, using red earthenware clay with lively slip decoration.


 

Peter Hayes Ceramics

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My main aim is that the work should not compete with the landscape, but evolve within the environment. With this in mind I have introduced other minerals into the Raku ceramic surface such as iron and copper. With the elements of time and erosion, the individual piece takes on its own developing surface.


 

Phil Jolley

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Tactile vessels and wall hangings in stoneware paperclay and porcelain whose surfaces are an integral part of the final intention.


 

Ralph Jandrell Pottery

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Hand painted slipware. Shapes including lamps, platters, mugs and jugs, are decorated in a wide variety of Nature inspired designs.


 

Restoration Works

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Established since 1983 in Oxfordshire, specialising in invisible and museum repairs and including contemporary ceramics, pottery and fine porcelain.


 

Richard Baxter

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Wheel thrown fine porcelain in a distinctive range of beautiful coloured glazes. Each piece is unique.


 

Richard St John Heeley

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Hand thrown and painted Blue & White porcelain.


 

Rob Sollis Ceramics

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Rob's process is unpredictable, handling pieces whilst they are still red hot to impart a one of a kind finish.


 

Roger Cockram Ceramics

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Individual work in porcelain; ideas derived from observations of the sea. Also a small range of domestic stoneware.


 

Rosalind Smith English Earthenware

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Rosalind's work is hand built in the tradition of early earthenware makers and decorated with her own slips and glazes.


 

Russell Coates

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Underglaze blue porcelain bowls, dishes, vases, boxes, jugs and mugs, some enamelled, hand-painted with birds, animals and sea creatures.


 

Ruthanne Tudball

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Manipulating soft clay on a revolving wheel and feeling the material respond to the merest touch is like setting out on an exciting journey for me. The dialogue that goes on between the maker and the clay is carried out through the use of the pots.


 

Sally Dunham

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Human and animal ceramic sculpture and 'A moment with Mister Herbert'.


 

Sally MacDonell

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Modelling spontaneously with slabs and coils, each piece is unique, expressing an underlying sense of warmth and humanity.


 

Sarah Roseingrave

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Raku fired, slab built vessels, using photography by the artist of local landscapes with layers of slips and glazes.


 

Sharon Griffin

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Sharon's work is highly expressive, involving multiple layers of glaze and textures. Her work is about strength and fragility.


 

Simon Griffiths Sculpture Ltd

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Unique impressionistic wildlife sculptures high fired, suitable for garden or interior.


 

Stephanie Wright

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Slicing the walls of hand-thrown forms has led to a unique way of exploring the expression of movement in sculpture.


 

Steve Woodhead Ceramics

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Steve makes a range of transitional and contemporary functional domestic stoneware.


 

Sue Hanna

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Handbuilt raku and saggar fired vessels and sculptures inspired by nature and tribal art.


 

Sue Mundy

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Using hand-building techniques Sue constructs individual forms inspired by the natural world.


Tamar Rose Ceramics

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Richly textured decorative hand-built porcelain, born of a fascination with dramatic forms - their textures, movement and silhouettes.


 

Teresa Munn Ceramics

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I write with clay, exploring our relationships with landscape. Porcelain scripted forms cast intriguing shadows which move with the light.


Terry Davies

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A unique blend of abstract / classical Form, with a distinctive rich, warm, earth texture ("Pelle ď elefante") Reduction Stoneware fired.


 

Tessa Wolfe Murray Ceramics

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Slab-built vessels in white earthenware with stone impressions and textures, incised lines , slips, glazes and a controlled smoke-firing.


 

Tim Andrews Ceramics

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The transformation of raw materials – mud to art – is a fascinating journey of evolutionary transition, peppered with risk-taking step changes. My own work represents an ongoing dialogue between the technical sophistication of processes, serendipity, and timeless human qualities.


Tony Laverick Ceramics

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Thrown and turned multiple firings.


 

Tregear Pottery

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Tregear pottery produces a stunning range of hand crafted ceramics in a variety of designs – all drawing their inspiration and influences from the exceptional beauty of the surrounding coastal landscape of the Isle of Wight. 


Veronica Newman

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Veronica explores the fluidity and translucency of thrown porcelain. Vessels are water-etched, pierced or cut and folded.


 

Vivienne Ross Ceramics

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Press-moulded, coiled and thrown earthenware; decorated with figurative drawings, using stencils, slips and sgraffito.


 

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