Browse through to see the exhibitors we have here and access their websites and/or social media sites. Look for the video icon, as there are also some links to videos showing the makers creating their work. (Best viewed on a tablet, laptop or desktop computer).
Individually hand carved encaustic, inlaid tiles with inspiring poetry, quotes and images using ancient 13th Century techniques held eternally in earth and time.
Both functional and decorative, Chris and Freya bring together a cross-generation of contemporary and cultural references to ceramics, often with forms emerging from hand-thrown vessels using highly textured glazes.
Coil-built, wood-fired, stoneware vessels using a coarse crank clay, simple ash and Shino glazes. Sometimes incorporating wooden lids.
Thrown, for "every day use" and unique pieces. Wood fired, glazed with celadons, shino, ash glazes, contrasted with unglazed surfaces, subtly touched by the fire.
Porcelain vessels and sculpture created by hand-building and origami with paper thin porcelain sheets.
Handbuilt stoneware pots with coloured slips, stains and incised drawn surfaces.
Penny’s landscape pots are made in thrown and altered stoneware. Reactive glazes are poured across the surface to suggest atmospheric landscapes open to personal interpretation.
Tactile hand-built stoneware forms inspired by architectural features, found objects and archaeological finds. I like the suggestion of what might have once been.
Richard Baxter makes porcelain on the wheel which is finely thrown and in a range of beautiful coloured glazes. Bowls, jugs, mugs, bottles etc.
Simon's Ceramic sculptures have a strong emphasis on north pennine wildlife. Unique, both in modelling and glazing, they're high fired, suitable for indoors or outdoors.