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.


 

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