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Amanda studied at the Royal College of Art and came into contact with many inspirational artists, driving her to push the boundaries of her creativity and imagination and developing her highly original style. Her reputation was established when her work was selected by Liberty's who she supplied for 20 years. Her unique, imaginative, hand built earthenware figures and installations exude a natural spontaneity and are beautifully executed to the highest standard.
Amanda makes the point that narrative ceramics, which may seem, at first glance, decorative and playful but, like all good stories, can be ambiguous or sinister or have an air of thoughtful melancholy. Using clay with a combination of formality and spontaneity with detailed modelling, painting and surface decoration, including words, she continues to strive for clarity and fluency of ideas and feelings. Starting with the vessel and the figure as symbols and as objects and following where the ideas lead.
Her work is all hand-built earthenware decorated with underglaze colours, oxides and lustres.
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