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Dahl, Roald
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View 'Rd12 Boy We All Have Our Moment Of Brilliance -9251'

Very well known for his story telling and drawings.

Dally, Mark
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Mark’s Black and White studio ceramics were a hit when he last appeared here. He brings a new and often rather quirky aspect to domestic ware and he has a deft decorator’s hand and an endlessly creative imagination.

Davies, Lowri
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Lowri’s Welsh heritage is a major source of inspiration. Distinct works in bone china reference china displays and household accumulations that allude to a sense of place through a re-stimulation of iconography and symbolism that has a deep relationship with her roots...

Day, Matthew
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Hereford College
Matthew is a sculptor and works predominantly with 3D printing. His work style is organic and boldly contemporary; he never does 'ordinary' and enjoys the challenge of experimentation. He uses 3D printing and other different digital technologies to explore organic forms which possess strong sculptural qualities...

De Choisy, Kevin
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Kevin was born in 1954. He trained at Harrow School of art under Colin Pearson and Walter Keeler. Kevin spent much time in the United States between 1978 and 1991 working in various pottery related positions and filling in time between ceramic jobs as a truck driver...

Denyer, Isabel
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British Studio potter

Dewar, Richard
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Richard makes salt-glazed stoneware and porcelain. His production is made up of a small amount of domestic ware although he tends to concentrate on one-off pieces based around the functional form.
All his work is ‘once-fired’ to 1320°C in a one cubic metre wood-fired kiln. The firing lasts thirty hours and includes four hours reduction and two hours salting...

Dexter, Hayley
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Hayley’s work is a selection of ceramic jewellery pieces handmade using stains slips and inlay decorating techniques, inspired by 1950’s British and Scandinavian design.
The latest collection comprises of earrings, brooches cufflinks and necklaces

Doherty, Jack
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Jack makes porcelain which explores and extends the qualities associated with this beautiful material. He makes functional pots which range in scale from fine delicate cups for tea or cider to large unexpectedly rugged slab dishes and plates. The forms are either thrown or slab-built with surfaces which are pierced, stretched, carved and ribbed...

Doran, Fleen
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Fleen says

I am currently pursuing my interest in wood fired salt-glaze with guidance and mentoring from Micki Schloessingk, with whom I am doing an apprenticeship. I am in the fortunate position of receiving funding and support from the ‘Adopt a Potter’ trust...

Drakeford, Bridget
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View 'Bd54 Celadon Tea Caddy With Silver Knob'

Bridget Drakeford has been designing and making pottery since 1977.
During the early years in Scotland she made domestic stoneware, but now works exclusively in porcelain using both reduction and oxidised firings.
She has been a prizewinner at the Mashiko Ceramics Competition in Japan, and at the World Ceramic Exposition in Korea...

Ducker, Rachel
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Rachel sculpts wire into human forms to create intriguing and stunning pieces. Well practiced in life drawing combined with being trained as a jeweller led Rachel to experiment with this medium and the results are truly captivating. Each sculpture is featureless and so it is the posture which says everything about the pieces, the hands being the main tools of expression.

Dufayard, Françoise
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Born in 1960
A diverse range of influences have informed the work of Françoise Dufayard. During the late 1970s Françoise studied ceramics at the Ateliers de Fontblanche in Vitrolles, then she travelled in Asia (1981-1982).
From 1983-1987 she worked for Gustave TIFFOCHE and Suzy ATKINS...

Dyer, Sue
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"I have been influenced by Ikebana, the Arts of Japanese Flower Arranging, which I have studied for several years. Together with this and the influence of other Japanese Art, I have explored the use of asymmetrical forms using the natural colour of stoneware and porcelain clay, enhanced by stained inlay decoration...

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