Zone D Exhibitor Listing

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).

Amanda-Sue Rope (D39)

Thrown and assembled, Amanda-Sue’s ceramics, influenced by the richness of the built environment, explore the graphic relationship between form and surface.

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Barbara Gittings Ceramics (D35)

Smoke-fired, unglazed porcelain using nerikomi techniques to put patterns through the clay.

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Bridget Drakeford Porcelain (D37)

Hand-thrown porcelain vessels - classical forms.

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Chris Hawkins (D45)

Hand-thrown raku fired copper matt and glazed work, elegant forms, vibrant colours on a selection of bottles, bowls and lidded pots

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Di Luca Ceramics (D31)

Unique Raku fired ceramics.

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Emma West Ceramics (D46)

Porcelain tiles impressed with hand stitched embroideries and fresh plants.

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HeyningWD Studio (D44)

HeyningWD Studio stands for the combined work in porcelain by Wied and Diederik Heyning. We make hand thrown white porcelain vessels and thin slab-rolled translucent lighting objects decorated with soluble salt colours.

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Hiro Takahashi (D27)

Inspired by nature, intricate, narrative and with rich textured soul, plate and functional ware.

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Isabel K-J Denyer (D36)

Isabel makes thrown stoneware and porcelain reduction fired pots to be used on a daily basis as well as for celebrations.

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Jaeeun Ceramics (D56)

Stoneware vases represent my HTP (House-Tree-Person) objects which are widely used in Art Therapy to find clues about the persons's hidden emotions or internal conflicts.

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Jaejun Lee (C26)

Jaejun Lee is a fine porcelain maker from South Korea.

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James Hake Ceramics (D42)

James's work ranges from huge platters and bottles to delicate bowls and tiny lidded jars.

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Jane Pritchard Ceramics (D29)

Made from porcelain and bone china with natural oxides and slips, my work is based on historical interactions with the built environment - human and organic.

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Jane White Ceramics (D32)

Hand-built burnished ceramics deriving their colourful patterns from firing with organic material in a large open pit. Each piece that survives is totally unique.

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Jill Ford Ceramics (D47)

Porcelain bowls, vases and tall standing forms thrown on the wheel. Rich textural decoration made by carving and applying slips.

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Jim Malone (D41)

Wood and oil fired stoneware and porcelain.

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Katherine Kingdon (D40)

Hand-built, stoneware vessels with individually illustrated surfaces. Applied, incised and modelled detail.

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Kyra Mihailovic Ceramics (D33)

Distinctive hand - painted ceramics, thrown and turned on the wheel and high - fired in the kiln. Porcelain jewellery with silver fittings.

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Laura De Benedetti (D38)

I use porcelain to create the “soft” forms of my vessels and crystalline glazes produce my rich surfaces and pools of intense colour.

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Marike Jacobs (D48)

Feel! My movements in the clay
thrown with courage, fun, passion
altered, torn and reassembled
by my hands,
my body and my soul
Feel...

 

Mark Smith Ceramics (D30)

Maritime sculptures, with a combination of ceramic and found objects.

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Mitch Pilkington Ceramics (D49)

Instinctively hand formed sculptural ceramics. Mitch is drawn to the organic forms of coastal forays and communicates the sculptural qualities of these influences.

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Rachel Wood Ceramics (D28)

Textured, tactile, painterly surfaces on handbuilt and thrown vessels. Inspired by landscape, and the human desire to touch, and be touched.

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Sarah Went Ceramics (D43)

Wheel thrown porcelain domestic ware decorated with textural accents based on simplified natural patterns. Collections interplay between colour, form and pattern.

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Yarnton Pottery (D34)

Wheel-thrown functional tin-glazed earthenware and ceremonial iridescent lustreware freely brush-painted with plant and animal symbolic imagery.

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