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Banbury, Clinton
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Clint cannot remember a time when he was not drawing. His first pictures were of crocodiles with toothy grins so it could be seen from an early age where an artistic career would take him.
Where’s he from?
When he was at school in Billericay he was interested in natural history, fishing, pottery, acting and - to his horror now - collecting birds eggs and butterflies...

Barber, Debbie
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Debbie is a ceramic artist who specialises in raku and smoke fired ceramics. She works from her home studio in rural Leicestershire. Her art and design training was in textile decoration and embroidery. After ten years, she changed course and returned to college to train as a potter having a lifelong interest in ceramics.
She retains her influences from her textile background...

Barrett- Danes, Jonathan
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Ceramics has been a family tradition spanning four generations at least. The earliest records show a pottery at Hoo in Kent in 1834 where even the street was named after my forbears. Each generation has produced their own particular style of work and responded to the changing needs of society...

Bayless, Hayne
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Hayne says "
"The unintended result, often misread as a mistake and so dismissed, is one of the most fertile sources of new ideas. The trick is not to fool with clay's inherent desire to be expressive.
Pay attention to the clay, not only for the sake of each piece, but because the clay will offer - or impose - its own suggestions of new forms and ways to work...

Bendavid, Kochevet
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Kochevet’s exotic porcelain serving dishes aim to adorn the dinner table and celebrate the joy of sharing food. Their flowing forms, glazed with silky white or soft pastel colours, provide exiting possibilities for presenting food.
She works with thin slabs of Limoges porcelain and, using moulds, manipulates and shapes the clay while very wet to create soft flowing forms...

Berryman, Jo
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Jo trained as a potter in 2 workshops - Coldstone Pottery and Campden Pottery in the Cotswolds. She started and ran Deddington Pottery, Oxon before marrying and moving to Hampshire.
Jo uses a potters wheel to "throw" domestic and decorative pots in high-fired red earthenware with painted, wax resist and slip decoration, also oven - proof dishes and some stoneware items for the garden....

Bird, Karen
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Karen Bird is a portrait and figurative Sculptor/ Ceramic Artist working in clay and casting in bronze, ciment fondu and plaster of Paris. Portrait sculpture has been Karen Bird’s main artistic interest and passion for over twenty five years. She has undertaken many private commissions in portraiture and life sculpture...

Bittl, Petra
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Petra is one of Germany's leading ceramicists. She undertook her initial training in ceramics at the vocational school in Landshut, Germany. After qualifying, she did further training at the State Technical College for Ceramics Design in Hhr-Grenzhausen, where she graduated, specialising in vessel ceramics under Wolf Matthes...

Blake, Quentin
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Quentin Blake famously illustrated Roald Dahl's books, bringing to life character's such as Matilda, Willy Wonka, The BFG and the Twits. He has also collaborated with writers such as Michael Rosen, Russell Hoban, Joan Aiken and John Yeoman and created much-loved characters of his own- ‘Mister Magnolia’ and ‘Mrs Armitage’.

Blakely, Matthew
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Matthew was born in the UK and emigrated to Australia in 1988,where he studied at the National Art School in Sydney winning the State Medal in 1993.
He set up a workshop making tableware and handmade tiles in Sydney...

Bowdler, Catherine
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Born at R.A.F Cosford, Catherine grew up in Worcestershire and now lives in the Black Country. She has a degree in Printed Textiles from Loughborough College of Art and Design and a P.G.C.E in Art and Design.
With a background in printed textiles Catherine has an affinity with pattern, composition and colour...

Bowe, Liz
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The work Liz produces is hand made stoneware tableware intended for everyday use. The main focus of her work is placed on function, form and surface; she is still exploring the perfect balance of function and form, possibly the reason for her passion for teapots.
The surfaces of her pots have developed over a long period of time...

Bowen, Clive
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The roots of Clive’s work can be traced back to pots like English mediaeval jugs and early Tamba ware from Japan. He hopes that he is re-inventing them and not merely imitating them...

Boyle, Daniel
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Daniel makes salt-glazed, wood-fired ceramics, living and working in West Wales. His pieces are contemporary, functional, wheel-based forms which are to be used and enjoyed.
He combines traditional and modern ways of working; firing with wood in a 75 cubic foot catenary arched kiln to 1300C. The firings produce many unique surfaces and colours...

Brierley, Ben
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Ben says -
"My ceramic work is wheel thrown and altered using stoneware and porcelain clays. Forms seek to utilise and respond to the malleability of the material and work is altered and assembled while still wet. Current work includes bottles, jugs, vases, platters and bowls.
The work is wood fired to 1400 degrees centigrade in an anagama kiln, for three to five days...

Briggs, Valerie
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Valerie has had a long association with Bevere Gallery; she is a self taught artist and first joined the Bevere Vivis Art Group in the early 1980’s to help her get the measure of her talent and build up confidence in exhibiting. Since those first days she has been closely involved in the evolution of the group into the Bevere Gallery as it is today...

Bromage, Mike
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View 'Mb15 Vibrations From The Trees'

Mike was originally a painter specialising in colourful acrylics
He says-
"In 2008 I began working with potter Richard Godfrey at his studio in Devon. Approaching ceramics as a painter, I started working with slips and was amazed by the whole process...

Brown , Sandy
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SANDY BROWN
Born in Tichborne, Hampshire and trained for four years in ceramics at Daisei Pottery, Mashiko, Japan, Sandy Brown has become an internationally recognised ceramic artist. Her organic forms and painterly decoration have been important features of the ceramic landscape for the last three decades...

Brown, Rowena
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Rowena has been making and studying ceramics since her schooldays. She has a degree in fashion design from St Martin’s School of Art, London, and worked in fashion design for 8 years. She then spent two years living in California, where she developed her ceramics full-time discovering and learning the process of raku-firing...

Bruna , Dick
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Dick Bruna is a Dutch author, artist, illustrator and graphic designer. Bruna is best known for his children's books which he authored and illustrated, now numbering over 200. His best known creation is Miffy, a small rabbit drawn with heavy graphic lines, simple shapes and primary colors.

Buick, Adam
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“Adam has imposed on himself the strict discipline of the simplest and purest of geometric forms. Don’t expect his spheres of fired clay to be standoffish or predictable though.
Yes Adam makes white porcelain moon jars as chaste in their beauty as the old Korean dal-hang-a-ri vessels that first inspired him...

Bull, Jon
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All of Jon’s work is individual; hand crafted, thrown on the wheel, and each piece in itself totally unique. Although each piece is a vessel, it is not meant to perform a function. It is a piece of art created to evoke a sense of preciousness, grandeur and flamboyance.

His designs have many influences from classical ceramics and Greek vases, to chess pieces to various types of armour....

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