Zone E Exhibitor Listing

Browse through to see the exhibitors we have here and access their websites. (Best viewed on a tablet, laptop or desktop computer).

Alphabetical Exhibitor Listing

Arwyn Jones Ceramics E88

Thrown functional stoneware fired in either oxidation or reduction inspired by the pottery traditions of Europe and Eastern Asia.

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Brigitte Colleaux E95

Wood fired tableware for cooking and serving food.

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Craig Underhill E96 

Evoking a feeling of landscape, places and changing seasons in these slab built painterly vessel forms.

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Daniel Boyle Ceramics E93

Salt glazed stoneware, thrown and altered, fluid and textured glazes to be explored beyond their surface.

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Jonathan Cox Ceramics E94

Hand-formed bowls, vases and plaques with botanical and abstract designs fired in a reduction creating iridescent and lustrous effects.

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Knighton Mill Pottery E98

Contemporary salt glazed stoneware with a focus on modern country pottery and domestic ware.

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Potteryman E90

A wide range of tableware, sculpted planters and bird baths along with unique one off dishes and vase forms.

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Rachel Wood Ceramics E87

Thrown and altered sculpture vessels, stoneware, rich in glaze and texture.

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Robyn Hardyman E97

Functional and decorative wheel-thrown vessels in porcelain. Elegant, balanced shapes with a pared back simplicity, glazed in a harmonious palette.

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Sally MacDonell E91

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

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Steve Woodhead Ceramics E86

A range of traditional and funky domestic ware in high fired stoneware

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Sue Crossfield Ceramics E89

Colourful marine themed pieces inspired by sea life both below and above the surface, often with a whimsical twist.

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