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Cane, Kyra
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View 'Kc6 Tiny Porcelain Pot'

Kyra Cane is a potter, artist and teacher. She was well known during her tenure at Harrow before the College sadly closed its ceramic department. However she has held a number of teaching appointments.
The materials she uses are complex and of the highest quality: porcelain clay, stain, oxides, glaze, paper, paint, ink, crayons, pastels, graphite and charcoal...

Carey, Stuart
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View 'Sc5 Dessert Bowl ( Yellow )'

Hand thrown in batch to order the series of semi porcelain stoneware vessels combine as beautiful high-end tableware for everyday use or purely display purposes. Lifted from the wheel whilst wet each piece is left with an individual movement making them completely unique whilst sitting comfortably in sets or families of scale...

Carn Pottery, John Beusmans
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John M Beusmans set up CARN POTTERY in an Old Cornish Chapel in the early 1970s. He was born in Hampshire and moved to Cornwall with his parents who ran a retail pottery shop. He studied throwing at Redruth Art College.
John's pottery is distinctive. His pieces vary tremendously in shape, size and nature, but are always instantly recognizable...

Carter, Chris
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View 'Cc119 Oval  Stoneware With Flattened Rim'

Chris Carter is a master potter who has made distinctive pots for well over forty years. A great admirer of Hans Coper and friend of Lucie Rie, his high level skills are applied to make pots which are elegantly designed and tactile pieces which have significant presence.

Chris's personal involvement with farming and the landscape gave him a special empathy with his native Britain....

Chambers, Matthew
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View 'Mc8 Ring Vessel 2'

Matthew’s initial ceramic training was acquired with Philip Wood in Frome, Somerset in the six years up to1999. He then went on to Bath Spa University where he obtained a First Class Honours Degree in 2002 and an MA from the RCA in London in 2004...

Chivers, Bruce
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Bruce was born in Australia and has been resident in England since the mid 1980's. He runs a successful pottery at Dunsford in Devon. After teaching for several years, specialising in art and ceramics, he established his own pottery and was lucky enough to work and study with Takoa Sakai, a visiting Japanese potter...

Clark, Hannah
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HANNAH CLARK - University of Brighton

Hannah enjoys using a variety of ceramic processes. In production, she has been focusing on making thrown vessels and hand fitted plates that are intended for functional use in the home. She likes to experiment with surface design, producing a wide range of variable patterns taken from her research...

Clark, Wayne
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I graduated from Harrow in 1995 with a degree in Workshop Ceramics. In 2000 I gained an MA in Applied Arts from the North Wales School of Art and Design in Wrexham (now Glyndwr University) where I currently work as a Demonstrator in Appled Arts. I am based in Prestatyn, North Wales, where I have a small workshop and wood-kiln...

Clarke, Tania
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Tania graduated from Plymouth Art College in 2010 and now produces ceramics from her home workshop in Cornwall, where the surrounding beaches and rivers influence her work. She aspires to capture the characteristics of her environment - the beach, the sea, the sky, rock pools, rivers and pebbles...

Cliff , James
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Wimbledon School of Art
“Everything we see hides another thing, we always want to see what is hidden by what we see”
Rene Magritte
There is an element of hoodwinking to my paintings. Perspectives are askew and sometimes multiple viewpoints fold into a space that creates an image at once familiar but estranged from reality and laws of physics...

Clinkard, Joely
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View 'Jc11 Community Of Small Vessels'

Living and working in London, Joely is a designer and maker working predominantly in ceramics. Using the city, its inhabitants and diversity in culture as inspiration she seeks to create playful pieces which are a spiritual and expressive celebration of her home...

Cole, Jenny
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View 'Jc5 Small Wing Bench'

Inspired by the outdoors Jenny makes individual and lasting furniture with a sculptural quality, designed to add an individual statement to your home or garden. Jenny began working with metal in 2003 and is one of only a handful of women who has a degree in Artist Blacksmithing.

Colebrook, Kim
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View 'Kc4 Porcelain & Oxide Vessel'

The South Wales Coalfield provided resources for industry for hundreds of years, yet very few people look at the beauty of the geology that gives us such rich resources.
Her work has been inspired by the layers of iron rich minerals that are only visible when man carves into the earth...

Coleridge, Harriet
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Harriet graduated from Bristol University with a degree in Theology in 1981 and then had the good fortune to become an apprentice to Alan Caiger Smith at Aldermaston Pottery. Here she learnt to throw, to glaze and to decorate pots in the tin-glazed earthenware tradition...

Coles, Howard
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View 'Winter'

Howard Coles is an increasingly acclaimed contemporary artist, producing contemporary landscape paintings and working in the UK. He has exhibited throughout the UK and worldwide, with his work held by national collections in Singapore and Malaysia. He was recently elected to the Royal Cambrian Academy...

Collins, Megan
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View 'Mc2 Medium Red Vase'

Megan explores the interaction between thrown and hand built constructions and the process of reduction firing. She is fascinated by the ever-changing landscape sculpted by the elements, particularly beside the sea. She captures some of this beauty through surface texture and glazes...

Collins, Nic
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Nic has now been using clay for almost 30 years. His first encounters with woodfiring began because he had no other way to fire his work. In his late teens and early twenties he began building kilns and wheels and sourcing his own clay from the local river banks. He experimented with raku, sawdust firings and saltglazing...

Collinson, Liz
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The coast line, to the North of Lancaster is very special with gorgeous colourful beaches, and wonderful sunsets. This together with the slate found in the south Lakes has been my inspiration for colour.

I paint with a mixture of porcelain slip, recycled nylon fibre and newsprint, flax fibre and an assortment of oxides and stains...

Colquitt, Jennifer
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After being awarded First Class Honours in Ceramics from Wolverhampton University, Jennifer taught in several departments in the Faculty of Art and Design, Birmingham City University and was appointed Senior Lecturer in the School of Industrial Ceramics where she taught until 1995.

From 1977 onwards she has always had a studio where she has developed her work...

Comins, Chris
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Chris has a very distinctive style, working with recycled Dartington glass to produce beautiful and unique hand-blown items of the highest quality.
He has served apprenticeships with many talented glass makers including Sam Herman, giving him the basis to be the consummate artist he is today.
His sculptural perfume bottles in stunning colours take the form to beyond the classical.

Conrad, Clare
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Clare makes unique stoneware pots, distinctive for the painterly exploration of colour and texture. Using T material (high quality, very coarse clay) that she mixes with smooth, white stoneware, she meticulously throws forms on the wheel, turning, and sometimes, altering them, when they are leather-hard...

Cooper , Prue
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View 'Pc40 Arithmetic  ( Rev Sidney Smith - Early19th Century )'

Prue trained as a painter, but preferred the more earth-bound activity of making objects for use. Her work celebrates friendship and the sharing simple pleasures that is implied by large dishes for food.
After art-school she spent twenty years dealing in 18th and 19th century drawings...

Cooper, Robert
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View 'Rc8 Blue Handle'

Robert is an established ceramicist who has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally. He is fascinated by the persistence of artefacts and ideas. He often uses found objects, such as pottery shards from the Thames foreshore, which are imbued with a previous life and function, as a starting point for his work.
He has, for many years, employed recycling as a mode of working...

Crompton, Jade
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Jade is a Liverpool based designer specialising in Ceramics and Digital Design. Her practice involves the research into the integration of digital technologies and ceramic mould making...

Crosland, Laura
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View 'Lc3 Tear Drop Vase'

Laura creates hand thrown forms which are carved and altered before glazing. She takes inspiration from natural forms such as flowers and lizards. Dahlias are a particular source of inspiration for her as they represent elegance and beauty in the Victorian language of flowers.
She has become increasingly interested in geometric patterns, as the tessellation of shapes fascinates her. Her...

Crouchman, Clare
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Clare completed her first degree in History and Art in 1985 at Reading University and then worked in London as a production assistant for the BBC before travelling around South East Asia. In 1992-5, she lived in Japan and studied traditional Japanese Ceramics...

Cruickshank, Ian
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Ian gets inspiration for his atmospheric pictures from the wonderful landscapes and seascapes of the British Isles .
He started painting in watercolour in 1993 after a long career in aviation. Though entirely self-taught, his style has been greatly influenced by the works of Seago, Wesson, Fletcher-Watson and Yardley...

Curran, Neill
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Neil won the Bevere Gallery Graduate Show Award in January 2014 and has been showing at the Gallery since then.
The potter’s wheel is the starting point of his creative practice. The current theme of his work has its influence in a song he wrote about sitting at a pond on a bright starry night. From that song, he has drawn a memory of tranquillity...

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