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Faraday, Annabel
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View 'Af25 Out Of The Box'

Annabel Faraday was born in Germany and after several years of her childhood in Egypt she came to England in 1956. She discovered the joy of clay at Farnham Art School on Saturday morning classes in the early 1960s. After leaving school in 1967, she attended Winchester Art School, where she was introduced to conceptual art and concrete poetry, and then Croydon College of Art...

Ferguson , Laura
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View 'Lf 29 Utensils 2'

Laura produces a range of work combining ceramic and mixed-media such as wood and metal.
Her work is slab-built, layered with printed imagery and raku-fired. The printed imagery on her work relates to her past and the traces others leave behind...

Firth, Barbara
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View 'Bf3 Little Bear Had Gone To Sleep - 9005'

Collector's edition prints of Barbara Firth's delightful illustrations to her award-winning collaboration with Martin Waddell -
LITTLE BEAR SERIES

Fletcher, Beth
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View 'Bf29 Moor, Drift'

Beth says "I gained a 1st class BA Fine Art and Art History in 2002 and an MA Fine Art distinction in 2004, and since 2001 have been exhibiting in group and solo shows mostly in Cardiff, Shrewsbury, Aberystwyth and Birmingham and also in London, Cheltenham and Bath...

Flo, --
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View 'Flo36 Pink Stone With Amazonite Drop Necklace'

Natural looking stones with interesting shapes and colours are the main inspiration behind my work.
Whether it be a combination of complimenting stones or the simplicity of just one stone by itself, every piece is unique and attention grabbing.
Current designs involve the use of semi precious stones such as labradorite, kyanite, aquamarine and African brass.

Forster, Matt
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Initially, Matt's work has a sense of perceived simplicity. The heightened colour values are realised by a series of controlled watercolour washes empathetic to the screen-printing process.
The methodical layering of the separate washes, applied dry on dry, allows the surface to open up a much broader palette...

Fountain, Rob
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View 'Rf1 Abstracted Landscape Form'

Rob has been a ceramics practitioner for over 40 years; his ceramic practice is a combination of Raku, Earthenware and Stoneware, which moves between figurative, functional and abstract.
His work is informed by the structures, forms and landscapes of the rolling hills and valleys of Mid Wales with its rich diversity of landscape and lakes, shaped by weather, animal and human endeavour.

Fowler, Penny
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Penny uses porcelain and bone china clays. She makes moulds in which she casts her forms which enables her to make very thin fine forms, often using layers or inlays of different coloured slips. The forms are then hand carved and then finely sanded to achieve a natural smooth "pebble" like quality. She often make forms that link together as pairs...

Fowler, Wendy
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My recent body of work is inspired by the coast, beach huts and beach found pieces. I use my sketch books to work out my designs using paper, tissue and cardboard.
I translate these designs onto thrown or handbuilt pieces and paint on them with ceramic colours in quite a free and bold way, scratching through the surface as well...

Freemantle, Michelle
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View 'Mf65 Landlines Triangular Plate'

After graduating from Derby University with a BA in Applied Arts, Michelle was selected to take part in IWCAT 2000, an international workshop in Tokoname, Japan. She was subsequently invited back two years later, to make work for an international group exhibition. Japan had a huge effect on her and her approach to ceramics...

Frith, David
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View 'Df15 Pitcher - Tenmoku & Nuka Overglaze'

David is one of the most respected of Britain's potters. Born in 1943 in Lancashire, he trained at Flintshire Technical College, Wimbledon School of Art and Stoke on Trent College of Art. He established his first workshop in 1963 in Denbigh, North Wales where he was joined in 1966 by Margaret, his future wife...

Frith, Margaret
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View 'Mf20  Ginger Jar- Poured Green Celadon & Brushwork'

Margaret discovered clay at Bolton College of Art and developed her enthusiasm at Stoke-on-Trent School of Art under the tutelage of Derek Emms. He introduced her to working with reduction fired stoneware in the Eastern tradition...

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