Jason Braham

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Salt and ash glazed pots, principally for enjoying with good food and drink.


 

JCJ Pottery

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Unpredictability is part of the fascination of reduction fired lustre which we use to create effects which are otherwise unachievable.


 

Jennie Gilbert

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I have always aimed to make functional and decorative pottery that is a joy to use. Some pieces have incredibly detailed decoration while others have a much more relaxed feel to them, but they are all made to be used.


 

jev ceramics

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Contemporary ceramic art works - sculptural and vessel forms - highly burnished, and marked with smoke and fumes.


 

Jill Ford Ceramics

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Bowls, vases and tall standing forms thrown on the wheel from fine porcelain. Decoration focuses on textural layering and carving.


Jim Malone

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Work is all thrown on a traditional Korean type wheel and fired in the oil and wood burning oriental climbing kiln.


Jin Eui Kim Ceramics

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I work in-between the concepts of illusion and reality and my work attracts viewers by visual phenomena as well as physical confusions.


 

Jo Keogh Ceramics

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Each vessel is formed using a series of processes, taking advantage of the idiosyncrasies of the hand-formed and the moulded.


 

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