John Higgins

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Throwing and slab work are combined on the wheel or literally by stretching the clay over solid surfaces to create 3D forms.


Joy Trpkovic Ceramics

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Joy's work is hand built, pinched porcelain. Ethereal wall pieces display delicate mini sculptures in bespoke Perspex box frames.


 

Keith Varney

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Hand built porcelain vessels and sculpture.


 

Keramisch Atelier Toon Thijs

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Decorative objects and sculptural earthenware, using a variety of techniques and decorated with glazes and engobes (faïence).


 

Knighton Mill Pottery

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Wheel thrown and occasionally altered stoneware, salt fired and wood ash glazed.


 

Laurel Keeley Ceramics

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Here I still am, making and showing and exhibiting and exploring new ideas with the same joy as I felt when I was a child, trying to cook wet clay from a river in my Mum’s gas oven.


LDB ceramics

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These forms express tension between precision and extemporaneity, between an ideal result and my emotions needing to surface, control and freedom duty and choice…


 

Leigh Pottery

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Based out of her garden studio in Oxfordshire, Leighan Thomas is a studio potter who produces mainly wheel thrown functional pieces. Her work has a simple aesthetic that focuses on functionality and form, with textures inspired by natural elements. She strives to produce work that is contemporary, modest, elegant, tactile and functional; easy to live with and a pleasure to use.


 

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