Ceramics
Ceramics

Ruth Ames-White
Mosaic has become my passion over the last 8 years!

During this time I have experimented with many materials and styles.
I particularly love to use bold colour, blending shades from dark to light creating a 'painted' effect. READ MORE...

  Ceramic Heart
     
Rachel Bond
My inspiration is taken from nature, the unseen world of the atom and the molecule, magnified under the microscope, referring to the hidden narrative of life that goes on around us but is largely invisible. READ MORE...
  Rachel Bond
     
Belinda Brownlee
My pots are made using both red and white earthenware casting slip, poured into plaster moulds. Some mould shapes are decorated with a mono-printing technique before the pots are cast. READ MORE...
  Large bowl
     

Craig Eyles
I completed a contemporary ceramics degree at Wolverhampton University. I moved into teaching and leading Art courses in Secondary and Post 16 education. READ MORE...

  Angled rim vase
     
Melanie Kew
I am an optimist, energetic, excited, and fascinated! I have an inherent need to create and the driving forces behind my work are simple. I am drawn to colour, print and pattern and love to experiment! I am excited to complete a challenge, to realise and articulate an idea and installation is my preferred method of display. READ MORE...
  Cylindrical vessels
     
John Masterton
My work is inspired by classical Chinese pieces, finished in rich copper red and celadon glazes reconstructed from traditional Chinese recipes. Some of the pieces have handles and other embellishments made in Sterling Silver, a softer metal contrasting with the hard porcelain. READ MORE...
  Red bowls
     

Donna Norton (Ellemental Ceramics)
I live and work in Glastonbury, overlooking the beautiful Somerset Levels.

My work in clay is an exploration and celebration of the Earth, we are inextricably linked; we belong to it and cannot survive without it. Nature and man are one, made from the same materials. READ MORE...

  Blue lagoon
     

Bryony Rich (Narberth Pottery)
Bryony grew up playing in her father's pottery Studio. Making pots became second nature at a very early age. After school she studied at Carmarthen CCTA Art College, specialising in fashion and textiles. This interest took her travelling to Sri Lanka and Thailand visiting ceramic and silk painting workshops. READ MORE...

  Coloured stoneware
     

Adele Zaslawska
Adele Zaslawska is self taught and inspired by the charms of cats, dogs, birds and insects; she takes old and unwanted china and rejuvenates it into something new and fresh. READ MORE...

  Ceramic hand

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