Zone I 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).

Anna Lambert (I115)

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.

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Brigitte Colleaux (I123)

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.

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Craig Underhill (I110)

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.

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David Hilton Tableware (I112)

Thrown stoneware and porcelain tableware. Ceramic handled cutlery items to co-ordinate.

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Dufayard (I111)

Contemporary Slipware. From bowls to very large calligraphy platters.

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Eddie Curtis (I117)

Unique sculptures and vessels inspired by the landscape.

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Ellen Rijsdorp Keramiek (I125)

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.

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Emily Myers (I121)

Emily Myers throws pots in red stoneware clay which are carved and faceted to create her distinctive well proportioned forms.

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Gin Durham Ceramics (I109)

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.

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Guy Routledge Ceramics (I126)

Hand built decorative ceramics based around the figure, the face and animal forms.

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Isabel Merrick (I120)

I make colourful domestic earthenware for the table and for cooking, as well as one off pieces that are paintings on clay.

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Jennie Gilbert (I118)

Decorative functional pottery, suitable for everyday use. Reduction fired stoneware.

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Jon Barrett-Danes (I108)

Jon creates individually made ceramic animal based sculptures which are full of character and humour and will adorn both your inside and outside space.

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Lise Herud Braten (I122)

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.

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Margaret Curtis (I114)

Vessels and Japanese tea wares with uniquely textured finishes and soft celadon glazes.

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Nichola Theakston (I116)

Sensitive and expressive sculpture of animal form.

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Ruth Gibson Ceramics (I113)

Working in porcelain, I combine a love of photography, printmaking and ceramics, to evoke a sense of place. Strong monotones enhanced by painterly glazes.

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Tamar Rose Ceramics (I119)

Richly textured decorative porcelain born of a fascination with dramatic forms found in nature.

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