Zone H 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).

Ahrenkiel-Ceramics (H103)

All my works begin on a wheel. Combined with various shapes and warm, bright slips the salt-firing enhances my simple, serene forms.

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Chris Lewis (H107)

Chris makes domestic pots and ceramics for the garden, including seats and sculptural pieces. All work is fired in a wood burning kiln.

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Daniel Boyle (H95)

One-off studio ceramics - salt and ash glazed, thrown stoneware. Pots with fluid and textured surfaces to be explored beyond their surface.

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Gill Laverick Jewellery (H102)

Contemporary porcelain jewellery with silver and semi-precious stones.

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Gwen Bainbridge Ceramics (H96)

Decorative / functional vessels with Victorian botanical illustration and narrative references created from numerous methods within their assembly and decorative detail.

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Ian Harris Ceramics (H104)

Ian Harris creates individual hand built sculptural vessels, often inspired by the texture and delicate asymmetry found in nature.

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Kerry Hastings Ceramics (H98)

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Thrown and coiled stoneware vessels that reference ancient Greece in their quietness, modesty of form, and harmony.

 

Marie Prett Ceramics (H105)

Hand-built people and animals inspired by the curious mythology and a vivid imagination.

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Peter Hayes Ceramics (H100)

Contemporary ceramic sculpture inspired by traditional techniques and organic processes for indoor and outdoor environments.

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Potteryman (H97)

A wide selection of ceramics all made to be used, including contemporary tableware and one off pieces.

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Ralph Jandrell Pottery (H94)

Contemporary English art pottery.

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Ruthanne Tudball (H106)

Thrown and manipulated stoneware vessels, slip decorated then fired and soda vapour glazed in a wood/gas kiln.

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Steve Woodhead Ceramics (H99)

I make a range of traditional and funky domestic stoneware, which I call "Art for everyday living".

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Tony Laverick Ceramics (H101)

I throw my pieces using porcelain which is then decorated using slips, glazes and metals. They are fired several times to build up layers of decoration.

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