Ian Harris Ceramics

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Hand built sculptural vessels slowly developed,beaten and formed. with textures often inspired by the delicate asymmetry of nature.


 

Ian Rylatt

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All pieces are hand thrown and constructed and fired to stoneware.


 

Isabel K-J Denyer

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Isabel’s stoneware pots are thrown on an electric wheel, reduction-fired in a gas kiln and are suitable for celebrations and everyday use.


 

Jack Laverick Ceramics

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Slip cast porcelain planters, vases and tea light holders. Contemporary, on-trend ceramic homewares.


 

Jaejun Lee

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Many unique processes which other artists don't use very often on their work is added to finish his work with the best quality. He polishes the surface with industrial diamond instead of glazing it, then you can experience the new sense of touch. He will show some modernised vessels inspired by Korean traditional aesthetic.


 

James Hake Ceramics

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Wheel thrown stoneware, decorated using oriental glazes and fired in a gas kiln.


 

Jane Cox Ceramics

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Earthenware Ceramics, Wheel thrown, cast and Jigger Jollied. Slip Decorated in Earthenware slips with scrafitto , high fired to 1140, low temp glazes to Jane's own recipes.


Jane White Ceramics

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Hand built, burnished and pit-fired ceramics transformed in the fire into a myriad of different colours and patterns.


 

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