Zone E Exhibitor Listing

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Anton Todd Ceramics E057

Handbuilt high fired stoneware scenes of harbours, buildings and boats.

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Ben Fosker E067

I make slip decorated earthenware, for both use and display. Although contemporary my work is rooted in the English slipware tradition. People say that it makes them smile.

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Beverley Sommerville E062

Wheelthrown domestic and decorative forms inspired by landscapes and storytelling. Using porcelain and stoneware clays, sometimes adding found materials.

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Cabby Luxford Ceramics E060

Work often incorporating treasures found on the Thames foreshore. Vessels are fired using alternative techniques including smoke and raku.

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Carolyn Tripp Ceramics E080

Thrown porcelain decorated with images and words that have been rearranged to reveal abstracted storytelling.

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Claire Allam Ceramic Art E064

Inspired by nature and landscape, I produce pit fired and wood fired tactile forms in porcelain and stoneware.

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Clay Evolution E058

Three collections encompassing sculptural forms inspired by micro-organisms, intricately decorated jars inspired by tribal patterns and vessels exploring textures.

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Debbie Page Ceramics E081

Fascinated by the moon, inspired by Korean Moon Jars, compelled to coil clay and exploring possibilities with glaze and smoke.

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Gaby Guz Art E075

The smooth, jade like surface of my vessels belies the harsh and dramatic naked Raku process from which they emerge.

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Gilly Whittington Ceramics E069

Porcelain, thrown and sometimes altered, with layered glazes painted spontaneously inspired by abstract expressionist art.

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HeyningWD Studio E072

HeyningWD Studio stands for the combined work in porcelain by Wied and Diederik Heyning. We make hand thrown white porcelain vessels and thin slab-rolled translucent lighting objects decorated with soluble salt colours.

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Jack Durling E059

Handbuilt ceramic sculpture focusing upon animal conservation and wildlife protection.

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Jacqui Ramrayka E066

Thrown porcelain vessels. Glazes, oxides and slips are used to achieve a patina of depth and variety.

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Jane Cox Ceramics E074

Thrown and jollied slip decorated contemporary functional and decorative ceramics.

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Jane Pritchard Ceramics E056

My vessels and wall pieces are based on the evidence of renewal in our natural surroundings & the built environment. I use porcelain and slipcast bone china contrasted with oxides, slips and glazes.

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Jillian Riley E063

Apothecary vessels, slip cast in porcelain and parian clay, decorated with oxides, illustrations and sculptural elements of flora and fauna.

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John Mathieson E079

Individual pieces and some domestic ware in reduction-fired stoneware and porcelain.

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John Townsend Studio Potter E071

Eadweard Muybridge meets Jules Olitski for functional and sculptural stoneware vessels in movement.

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Judit Esztergomi E078

Wheel thrown and hand-carved functional ceramics.

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Kat Wheeler Ceramics E068

Thrown using a dark stoneware and decorated with a contrasting slip. The work is high fired in a reducing atmosphere.

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Lindy Barletta Ceramics E070

Beautiful and different handmade and designed studio pottery. Commissions welcome.

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Melissa Pritchard E073

Thrown domestic ware, fired in a gas kilk using soda as a glaze enhancer.

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Paul Wheeler E085

Japanese and industrial inspired gas reduction fired functional ceramics.

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Robyn Hardyman E086

I throw functional ceramics on the wheel in porcelain. The bowls, cups, vases and jugs are thrown thinly and are often inspired by the classic shapes of oriental ceramics, but they have a contemporary feel.

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Sarah Shorthouse Ceramics E083

My work is predominantly wheelthrown porcelain, that is cut, altered and re-assembled to form vessels inspired by natural geological forms.

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Stephen Booton E077

Reduction fired stoneware wheel thrown.

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Terrence Bunce E061

Oxidised and reduction fired stoneware, using slips and glazes with minerals and clay gathered from the mountains of Snowdonia.

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The Ceramafacturers

Ian Siragher & Claudine Fiche - Our slipcast work explores the use of 3D printing to create unique shapes and forms with a wide range of glazes.

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TKJ Ceramics Ltd E082

Functional pottery, thrown on a momentum wheel and fired in gas reduction.

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Veronica Newman E088

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

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Virginia Graham E084

Functional stoneware ceramics decorated with coloured slips and floral prints.

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Vivien Phelan E087

A quirky figurative ceramic artist with a penchant for English sayings, also creates bespoke personalised figures and animals.

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Wendy Campbell-Briggs E076

Using the simplicity of ceramic forms to express the fragility of our environment.

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