Matt makes minimal curved ceramic sculptural forms. Thrown and hand-built. Finished with terra-sigillata, velvet underglaze and lustre.
Hand-built sculptural vessels using highly grogged stoneware. Surface treatments consist of slips and oxides, enhancing the stone-like qualities of the clay.
My work is inspired by textures, patterns and forms derived from found industrial detritus.
Typically coil or slab built constructions, unique works are more freely conceived and less tightly constrained than limited edition works which may be sculpted over weeks on an armature.
Nicola Gladwin makes colourful decorated slipware ceramics for cooking and serving food using the countryside as her inspiration.
Pat specialises in Raku fired thrown classical shaped vessels and hand built sculptural forms and is probably best known for her copper fumed pieces.
Altered thrown form vibrantly decorated with Abstraction and Life Drawing, in white earthenware and salt glazed stoneware.