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A full-time maker since 1980, Anna Lambert makes slip-painted slab-built earthenware exploring narratives relating to land use and the regeneration of woodland and orchards.
All my work is thrown and then fired in a large shared wood-firing kiln in Devon. I make tableware and other useful pots for cooking and eating in.
Handbuilt ceramics that evoke a sense of place, landscape, narrative or passing of time using the colour, textural and mark making possibilities of ceramic materials to create painterly surfaces.
Contemporary Slipware. From bowls to very large calligraphy platters.
When I was demonstrating at Art in Action in 2015 I met a Chinese Gallery and received an invitation from them to come to China as an Artist-in-Residence. That was a great opportunity to meet Chinese Ceramic artists and learn from them. I had an exciting time and did a lot of experiments. It was time to play. Since then I went back to China every year.
The inspiration for Gin's quirky sculptural work stems from traditions of storytelling and a life long fascination with the representation of animals in culture.
Hand built decorative ceramics based around the figure, the face and animal forms.
I make colourful domestic earthenware for the table and for cooking, as well as one off pieces that are paintings on clay.
Jon creates individually made ceramic animal based sculptures which are full of character and humour and will adorn both your inside and outside space.
My primary interests are texture and natural, organic forms. I am constantly exploring new techniques, materials and an array of found objects I use as tools.
Vessels and Japanese tea wares with uniquely textured finishes and soft celadon glazes.
Working in porcelain, I combine a love of photography, printmaking and ceramics, to evoke a sense of place. Strong monotones enhanced by painterly glazes.