Zone E 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).

Alison West Ceramics (E63)

Hand thrown and slab-built porcelain and stoneware tableware and vessels using the ancient process of Saggar Firing to create natural surface pattern.

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Amanda Ray Raku Jewellery (E75)

A unique and distinctive range of earrings, brooches and pendants inspired by Art Deco and the designs of the sixties, made in St Ives.

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Ania Perkowska Ceramics (E53)

Wheel thrown black clay and porcelain decorated with sgraffito technique. Functional and decorative pieces inspired by contrasts and opposites.

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Anton Todd Ceramics (E68)

I am a self-taught potter and develop hand built work that is based around harbours, buildings and boats.

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Bridget Macklin Ceramics (E61a)

Fragile porcelain vessels incorporating found materials which give strata of colour and texture. The vessels are polished to a gentle lustrous shine.

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Chrissy Silver (E72)

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.

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Clare Wakefield Ceramics (E54)

Sculptural ceramics created with porcelain. Echoing flowing movement of the sea, with inspiration from all it touches.

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Dan Chapple (E67)

Thrown and altered ceramics as well as more traditional wheel made pots mostly Raku fired using a number of techniques

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Gaby Guz Art (E70)

The smooth, jade like surface of my vessels belies the harsh and dramatic naked Raku process from which they emerge.

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Gillian Highland (E58)

Reduced stoneware thrown tableware. Other pots are slab-built with various decorations influenced by the landscape in which I live and the moon cycle.

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Gilly Whittington Ceramics (E60)

My work is in porcelain, mostly thrown, sometimes altered. The decoration is inspired by abstract expressionist painters with layered and coloured ash glazes.

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Jack Laverick Ceramics (E64)

On-trend porcelain homewares and lighting.

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Jacqui Ramrayka (E51)

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.

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Jane Cox Ceramics (E62)

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.

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Jaroslav Hrustalenko (E66)

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.

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John Mathieson (E57)

Individual pieces and some domestic ware in reduction-fired stoneware and porcelain.

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Kat Wheeler Ceramics (E52)

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.

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Lindy Barletta Ceramics (E50)

Multi coloured porcelain clays layered and thrown to create tactile landscape vessels resembling the Earth, Deserts and Seascapes.

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Pat Southwood (E61)

Hand thrown and wood fired vessels with luscious textured glazes, mostly for flowers.

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Rob Sollis Ceramics (E65)

The colour wheel rolls through form and function, lighting a path to unique hand thrown and coloured ceramics.

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Robyn Hardyman (E55)

Elegant porcelain vessels thrown thinly and glazed in a muted palette of colours and textures to complement the simplicity of the forms.

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TKJ Ceramics Ltd (E76)

Functional, high fired pottery, made on a momentum wheel and glazed in muted tones using foraged local materials.

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Veronica Newman (E71)

Translucent thrown porcelain bowls and vases and teapots with water-etched, pierced or incised decoration. Blue spirals with carved rims. Porcelain leaves and miniatures.

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Virginia Graham (E74)

Functional slab built stoneware, decorated with coloured slips and transfer prints. Pieces range from teapots, mugs and jugs to tiles and jewellery.

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Wendy Campbell-Briggs (E69)

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.

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Wendy Johnson Ceramics (E73)

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.

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