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Aaronson, Adam
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View 'Aa6 Thames Dusk - Closed Vessel'

Adam specialises in free blown glass, and his work experiments with the hugely varied possibilities of the medium. His vessels and sculptures are at once a celebration of the simplicity of pure form, and also an investigation into the possibilities of layering...

Abbott, Jane
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View 'Ja3 Brooch'

Jane trained at Brighton Art School, Gipsy Hill college London and at the university of London, Goldsmiths college in the 1970s.
Her work has centred around the vessel although more recently she has produced flat wall pieces and jewellery as well as sculptural forms
The immediacy of slab building along with hand modelling has been Jane Abbott’s chosen method throughout her work...

Adams, Billy
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View 'Ba6 Rock - A - Billy Jug'

Billy Adams is a potter whose work deals with exploring ad experimenting with aspects of landscape. He works within the vessel format, combining textures and colours to give the viewer an intimate insight into his private view of ceramics...

Akroyd , Stuart
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View 'Sa5 Fisheye Plate'

“Since the first moment I worked with hot glass I knew I had found the medium I would use for the rest of my career. I love using glass, where the finished piece is a solid form but creates the sensation of movement and grace.”

Stuart specialises in hot studio glass...

Allison, Justine
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Since leaving college in 1998 Justine been working solely with hand built porcelain creating semi functional pieces. Her work addresses the boundaries between function and decoration. She looks at objects that are used on a daily basis; like the form of a jug and creates pieces that move away from function and are more concerned with the aesthetic and the visual...

Allman, Jeremiah
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View 'Ja3 Twig Beaker'

Jeremiah says
"Art is a constant energy allowing me to find new ways to express myself.
I find joy and inspiration in learning new skills and in adopting them to enhance my artistic vocabulary.
I am an artist/designer; art has always been an integral part of my development, from playing with melting wax as a child to juggling and acrobatic stage shows...

Amirak, Gunizi
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View 'Ga29 Nibble Bowl - Blue'

It is with great sadness that we have belatedly heard of the death of Gunizi. She was in our first Graduate Show and we have shown and sold her work ever since. She was a talented maker and a delightful and kind person. She will be missed.
Her practice was based on thrown, functional slip wares such as cheese and service platters, bowls, jugs and mugs...

Andrews, Martin
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View 'Ma11 Glass Green Bowl - Magma Series'

Member of Worcestershire Guild of Designer Craftsmen.
Martin is one of Britain’s leading glassmakers. His work is known for its high quality, attention to fine detail, innovative surface treatments and design ideas.
Each piece is designed, handmade and signed by Martin using the finest Crystal glass. As each item is made individually no two items are ever identical...

Andrews, Tim
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View 'Ta 33 Small Ovoid Banded Resist  Form'

Tim has gained an International reputation for his distinctive smoke-fired and raku ceramics. He makes individual raku work, black and white with linear decoration or burnished muted coloured slips. The pieces are usually thrown, although new work is hand-built. Bisque-firing is in a conventional gas kiln...

Applegate, Bryony
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As a designer/maker, Bryony’s work celebrates eye-catching bold colour within distinctive bodies of homeware objects. Her work explores the contrast of colour and material, intriguing the viewer to touch and feel each element. The majority of her work consists of elegant, simple porcelain bodies with elements of other materials such as pewter, paper, wood and acrylic...

Armstrong, Rebecca
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Rebecca Armstrong - De Montfort University
A love of drawing and mark making has directly informed Rebecca's practice, feeding off enduring elements like simplicity, material honesty, with a subtle natural colour palette. Rebecca's work is predominately thrown, hand built and decorated using slip techniques...

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