Zone A Exhibitor Listing

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Ania Perkowska Ceramics A008

Functional and decorative pieces inspired by contrasts and opposites. Minimum decoration, allowing for shapes and textures to take the lead.

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Clare Palmer A009

Slab built sculptures and wheel thrown sculptural vessels exploring the veneers of control we show to the world.

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Ingenhut Keramiek A001

Thrown, for "every day use" and unique pieces. Wood fired, glazed with celadons, shino, ash glazes, contrasted with unglazed surfaces, subtly touched by the fire.

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Jane Sheppard A004

Coiled, burnished and smokefired vessels and forms.

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Jodie Neale A012

Wheel thrown and altered vessels decorated through the application of carbon materials during the raku firing process.

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Julie O'Sullivan A003

A body of work shaped by living alongside the Thames estuary. Handbuilt stoneware celebrating the tactile.

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Katherine Kingdon A007

Hand-built, stoneware vessels with individually illustrated surfaces. Relief, incised and modelled detail.

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Kit Andrews - The Cornish Potter A014

Decorative saggar fired vessels and large glazed jars Inspired by nature and the different affects you can obtain from it.

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Matt Sherratt Ceramics A006

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

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Neil MacDonell A011

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

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Pot Punk - Henry Moore A013

Handbuilt ceramics inspired by nature, a love of whimsy and unusual forms.

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Richard Baxter A010

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

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Rosa Wiland Holmes A015

My inspiration comes from nature. Rocky cliffs, smooth waters or the surface of a stone. They all inspire me to create pots that are abstract and sculptured in their feel and shape.

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Sally MacDonell A011a

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

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Simon Griffiths Sculpture Ltd A005

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

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Sue Mundy A002

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

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