Zone D Exhibitor Listing

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Alphabetical Exhibitor Listing

Anne Barrell Ceramics D84

Ships traverse stormy seas or rest in tree lined harbours in these narrative pieces exploring our coastal and maritime heritage.

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Beverley Sommerville Ceramics D72

My practice focuses on wheel-thrown ceramics inspired by land, cityscapes, and storytelling through material gathering, adding these into the clay.

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Bridget Drakeford Porcelain D81

Handthrown porcelain with an Eastern influence using wood and silver fittings on some teapots

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Cabby Luxford Ceramics D77

Smoked fired and raku ceramics. My smoke fired pieces often have text and added mudlarked finds from the River Thames.

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Caroline Winn Ceramics D64

Unique and striking ceramics for home and garden influenced by medieval art, modern sculpture and waterscapes.

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Chris Hawkins D73

Handthrown studio ceramics, raku fired bottles, vases, lidded pots and bowls.

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Cisca Jane D76

Porcelain decorative vessels and wall art finished with the beautiful and 'utterly unique' crystalline glazes.

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Clay Evolution - Helen Ridgway D59

A range of decorative vases and sculptural forms inspired by personal relationships, collections of objects and current affairs.

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Clay Evolution - Janet White D61

Inspired by the sea. Stoneware vessels in a combination of glossy, matt and lava glazes to create movement and textures.

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Clay Evolution - Zelide Edge D60

Wheel thrown vessels exploring rhythms; expressed using pattern and texture in the surface decoration.

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David Hilton Tableware D70

Range of stoneware and porcelain tableware. erving pieces include bowls, jugs and platters. Also vases and table accessories.

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Di Luca Ceramics D66

Industrial designer and ceramist Denis Di Luca is the brainchild behind the eponymous studio specialising in raku ceramics and sculptures for contemporary interior decors.

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Dix Ceramics D74

Thrown and altered pots for use soda fired to 1300 incorporating natural forms of ammonites and utilitarian architectural influences like water towers.

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HeyningWD Studio D58

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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Hiro Takahashi D69

Rich texture, intricate and narrative sculptural work which reflect nature and the environment. My functional 'wabi-sabi' wares are also influenced by nature.

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Huw Ceramics D57

Sculptural figurative forms using thrown and hand-built techniques finished with my own range of virtuous slips. The pieces are based on self image of perfection and imperfection, discussing the mental concept relative to our exceptions and experience.

Jemma Gowland D80

Figurative sculpture using stoneware, porcelain and layered disrupted surfaces to explore femininity and upbringing.

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Jillian Riley D82

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

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John West Lansdown Pottery D79

Wood and soda-fired functional pottery for the home. Made with love - to be loved.

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Juliet Walters D65

My work is fundamentally about the treatment of the surface and using the two contrasting techniques of carving and burnishing clay into one coherent theme.

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Katie Timson D78

Thrown and hand-built stoneware vessels inspired by natural objects found whilst walking, such as bird eggshells, rocks, pebbles and seedheads.

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Licy Clayden Ceramics D67

Coiled vessels built in black stoneware, porcelain and parian. Inspiration comes from vibrant corals and creatures that live within.

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Liz Watts D71

Unique hand-built ceramic sculptures, vessels and combinations, primarily porcelain and layered, free hand painted often using bright colours and intricate patterning.

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Rachel Foxwell D63

Slab built vessels in semi-porcelain with applied ceramic slips which capture the essence of the landscape through abstract studies of colour and light.

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Rachel Holian Ceramics D85

Installations of wheel thrown porcelain vessels which explore relationships, family bonds and emotional narratives.

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Remon Jephcott Ceramics D75

Ceramic sculptural fruits inspired by decay. Innovative techniques used, multi-fired and multi-layered with oxides, glazes, decals and lustres.

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Roger Cockram Ceramics C49

Individual pieces in porcelain, thrown, sometimes altered; based on observations of the sea. Also a small range of kitchenware.

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Sarah Went Ceramics D83

Wheel thrown porcelain functional ware with slip decorated textural accents following nature's theme. Collections interplay between shape and colour.

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Wendy Campbell-Briggs D68

‘Shoreline’ collections of porcelain lachrymatories treated with raku and/or smoking techniques to recreate the colours and textures of the sea.

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