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Hand thrown and slab-built porcelain and stoneware tableware and vessels using the ancient process of Saggar Firing to create natural surface pattern.
A unique and distinctive range of earrings, brooches and pendants inspired by Art Deco and the designs of the sixties, made in St Ives.
Wheel thrown black clay and porcelain decorated with sgraffito technique. Functional and decorative pieces inspired by contrasts and opposites.
Fragile porcelain vessels incorporating found materials which give strata of colour and texture. The vessels are polished to a gentle lustrous shine.
Chrissy makes porcelain lamps and pendants. She harvests plants to roll into the clay leaving an embedded perfect image of the plant's detail as light.
Sculptural ceramics created with porcelain. Echoing flowing movement of the sea, with inspiration from all it touches.
The smooth, jade like surface of my vessels belies the harsh and dramatic naked Raku process from which they emerge.
Reduced stoneware thrown tableware. Other pots are slab-built with various decorations influenced by the landscape in which I live and the moon cycle.
My work is in porcelain, mostly thrown, sometimes altered. The decoration is inspired by abstract expressionist painters with layered and coloured ash glazes.
I work primarily with porcelain, working in series and making one-offs. Vessels are thrown then multi-glazed and multi-fired, ensuring each piece is unique.
Contemporary decorative and functional earthenware: jugs, vases, dishes and large chargers in blues, greens and vivid turquoises. Fellow of CPA and past Master of the Art Workers Guild.
Jaroslav's creativity is driven by his passion for colour, shape and function. He explores nature, science and art building his body of work on a broad multicultural background.
Thrown using a dark stoneware, Kat’s work is decorated using a contrasting slip. Her work is glazed simply and high-fired in a gas reduction kiln.
Multi coloured porcelain clays layered and thrown to create tactile landscape vessels resembling the Earth, Deserts and Seascapes.
Hand thrown and wood fired vessels with luscious textured glazes, mostly for flowers.
Elegant porcelain vessels thrown thinly and glazed in a muted palette of colours and textures to complement the simplicity of the forms.
Functional, high fired pottery, made on a momentum wheel and glazed in muted tones using foraged local materials.
Translucent thrown porcelain bowls and vases and teapots with water-etched, pierced or incised decoration. Blue spirals with carved rims. Porcelain leaves and miniatures.
Using the simplicity of ceramic forms to express the fragility of our environment, I create both one-off sculptural pieces as well as artworks in series.
Working and teaching in my studio I create polished or marble smooth strong individual forms with tactile surfaces having completely unique, striking yet subtle, markings.