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Much of Christine-Ann’s work is influenced by her journeys to the Far East, and especially by her first visit to China, with other potters, in 1978. For more than 25 years she has co-ordinated and accompanied other artists and people from throughout the world on visits to China and Central Asia.
For over two decades, she has been making large vessels, water-features and sculptures for the garden. A Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship to Japan to “look at the way that water is used in landscape and architecture” has been an ongoing source of inspiration for these works.
She also makes classical oriental style thrown porcelain vases and bowls, which are glazed in transparent, dark green crackle and copper red glazes.
Christine-Ann trained at Harrow School of Art and Technology. She set up her first workshop in London, in 1975 and now lives in Somerset.
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