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Hake, James
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View 'Jh31 Hump Thrown Bowl'

"I work at the potter’s wheel, specialising in large bowls and one off pieces I also make slab rolled work including wall hangings and square dishes.
My work I decorated with a range of oriental glazes, these are applied quickly by dipping and pouring in different combinations which fuse together in the heat of the kiln...

Hall, Jennifer
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View 'Jh22 Pasta Bowl'

Jennifer graduated from Cardiff in 1994. She has a studio near Rhayader in mid Wales where she pots on a kickwheel, making slip-decorated, useable earthenware.

Halligan, Janet
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View 'Jh7 Electric Drill'

Janet is fascinated with different surface textures, her pieces often emulate, leather, metal, cardboard, with an extraordinary likeness to the real thing.
She also experiments with functionality in the shape of jugs, vases and cups that incorporate her fascination with fastenings, ties and fixings, juxtaposing a seemingly ordinary vessel with an extraordinary identity for the piece.

Hamlyn, Jane
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View 'Jh33 Large Green Bowl'

Current Work
Raw-fired saltglazed stoneware pots, thrown and hand-built, for everyday use and for ornament.
When salt is thrown into a hot kiln the sodium vapour comes into contact with the particles of silica on the surface of the clay pots and melts them, forming a glaze i.e. the skin of the pot itself becomes the glaze...

Hammond, Lisa
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View 'Lh99  Red Shino Sake Bottle And Cup'

For more than 30 years Lisa have been making vapour glaze pots, for many years concentrating on producing functional high temperature soda glazed pots for the preparation, cooking and serving of food in the broadest sense of the word.
Raw glazing using slip and a pallet of firing schedules gives the work its rich colour and texture...

Harris, John R
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View 'Malvern Ridge Northwards'

Delicate and subtle are perhaps surprising descriptions for the work of a past rugby-playing, marathon-running Welshman, but they’re frequently used adjectives for John Harris paintings.
The contradiction more remarkable when his career is considered: 25 years teaching art in some tough schools in UK and abroad, but throughout, his interest in painting has been a constant thread.
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Harrison, Nic
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View 'Nh25 Tea Caddy With Lid'

Nic moved to Cornwall in 1975 with his wife Jackie, a weaver. Having completed a ceramics course at Cornwall College, he went on to train at The Leach Pottery in St Ives, under Janet Leach and was the last student to work as part of the production team.
In 1981, together with his wife’s weaving studio, he established Trelowarren Pottery on the Trelowarren Estate near Helston...

Harrison, Raewyn
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View 'Rh6 Large Stoke Bottle'

Raewyn’s inspirations come from many sources, the most predominant being a love of architecture, history and a less conscious, but no less important fascination for tidal landscapes. Having grown up by the sea in New Zealand and having lived half her life in London, these locations come together in her work...

Hayes, Penelope
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Penelope's work is based very firmly in ceramics, as clay gives her a totally flexible material to work with. The direct involvement with the material without the use of many tools or equipment in the making process provides her with a very personal interaction with the material...

Hayes, Peter
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View 'Ph4 Black Standing Stone'

Peter Hayes' ceramics lead an unusually adventurous life before they reach the gallery. Not only are they subjected to the hazards of raku firing, involving huge shocks in temperature and thick, blackening smoke, but they are submerged in a flowing river for months at a time. Hayes' studio is an old Toll house on a bridge over the Avon...

Healey, Mike
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View 'Harvest Moon'

For many years Mike has painted landscapes in the traditional manner, mainly using oils.
Since he retired from his work as a Social Worker he has enjoyed more time to explore other forms of expression...

Heeley, Richard
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View 'Rh25  Yunomi - Rock & Wave'

Richard grew up in Stoke-on-Trent, surrounded by pottery. His mum is a complete china addict; the kitchen cupboards hold more pottery than food and there are sets of crockery for every occasion. From a very early age he knew Pottery was always going to be an important part of his life...

Hewitt, Sam
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View 'Western Road'

Sam Hewitt studied visual and performing art at Brighton University and fine art foundation at Stourbridge College. Prior to that, a Rudolph Steiner primary education and evening classes in figure drawing from former Goldsmiths lecturer Sam Rabin, have shaped his approach to colour and the human form...

Heyning, Weid & Diederik
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Heyning W/D Studio stands for the combined work of the Dutch ceramicists Wied and Diederik Heyning.
Their complementary skills in different disciplines give their pieces in porcelain their unique character. Diederik concentrates on throwing and building paper thin porcelain objects like lamps and vessels. Wied gives an answer to his work by applying fine, delicate decorations in relief...

Higgins, John
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View 'Jh33 Yellow Plate'

The ceramic vessels that John Higgins makes refer most often to architecture, archaeology and everyday objects. A format is decided, but room is always allowed for spontaneous and expressive handling of the medium...

Higgs, Pete
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View 'Ph42 Large Autumn Leaf ( C )'

The elements and evolved forms in nature are the principle inspiration for Pete’s ceramic sculpture. The representation of the organic form evokes ideas of the natural cycle of life. His outside pieces are well known and much enjoyed. He takes inspiration from leaves as they change form and colour through the season...

Hill, Eric
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Eric Hill Spot Collector's Edition Prints
Eric Hill was born in Holloway, North London in 1927. As a graphic designer he was working on a novelty advertising mailer with flaps to lift up. The flaps made his two-year-old son laugh, so Eric created a lift-the-flap book especially for him about a mischievous puppy called Spot...

Hirai, Akiko
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View 'Ah107 Large Jug - Dry Kohiki Flower Petal'

Akiko produces domestic ware for everyday use. She bases her designs on the Japanese aesthetics of relativity, the beauty of imperfection, irregularity, spontaneity, and impurity. It is a white slipware depiction of a woman who is wearing white make-up. It is called Kohiki (powder blown) ware.
The association between words and her ceramic work has become very important over the last few years....

Holder, Robin
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View '1. First Taste Of The Season'

Robin’s work is inspired by the River Severn which he explores from source to sea, creating images in watercolour, charcoal or mixed media and drifting between abstract or figurative approaches as the moment dictates.
He is completely self-taught having had no formal training...

Holmes, Sylvia
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View 'Sjh9 Large Yellow Box'

Sylvia enjoys using layers of texture, line and colour to create rich, evocative surfaces on simple thrown or hand-built stoneware forms. Her inspiration can come from anywhere, from tyre tracks in snow to nerve transmission diagrams, from lichens growing on logs to satellite imagery...

Hopkins - Gibson, Thomas
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Thomas’s fascination with the form and texture of wood is evident in his work; replicating wood is not his goal, it is the starting point that takes him from the wood turning lathe to the plaster cast, to hand building and back to the lathe in an association of ideas that informs and educates as it evolves...

Hopkins, Dean
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View 'Dh1 Aurora Light Form -blue'

Dean obtained a B.A.(hons) 3D Glass Design at Stourbridge College of Art and Design where he trained for three years.

and then The International Glass Centre, Dudley College
where he studied Techniques of hand making & decorating glassunder master glassmaker Malcolm Andrews -
"I work with a magical material called glass...

Horacek, Tereza
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"I did these paintings after visiting the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, in Boston, in the summer. The courtyard is significant to the Gardner Museum and emphasises Isabella Stewart Gardner’s passion for gardening. I produced many drawings in the courtyard in a sketchbook that I then painted from. The museum’s interior courtyard is itself a work of art...

Horne, Matt
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View 'Mh56 Tall Brown Wasted Vssel'

Matt's passion for pottery started from an art lesson in the first year of his GCSE's at the age of 15. After studying at Astor College for the Arts, in Dover, he sought an apprenticeship at an established pottery to continue his training. During those 2 years, he learnt lots of different techniques including production throwing using stoneware clay, turning, glazing and different firings....

Howard, Ashley
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View 'Ah62 Bowl'

In 2003 Ashley graduated from the Royal College of Art, having taken time out from his career as a maker and lecturer to study for a Masters degree. On the face of it, this decision could be seen as something of an indulgence, but in fact the decision to re-enter education as a mature student demanded a good deal of courage...

Howarth, Sheena
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Sheena trained at Liverpool College of Art. She has been drawing archaeological artefacts for many years and has worked as an archaeological illustrator in York, England, in Pompeii, Italy and Belize, Central America where she lived in 20 years She has now returned to England.
Her art is precise and detailed when needed for illustration and her paintings aim to be tranquil and serene...

Howells, Joanna
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View 'Jh16 Pod - Stoneware/porcelain'

Joanna's work concentrates on form and texture. She makes pieces which are simple yet have a softness, a freedom and a sculptural quality.
She works in stoneware and porcelain, for the innate beauty and because its smoothness allows the use of subtle textures. The pieces are altered to both exploit and escape the soft cylinders and circles imposed by the wheel...

Howells, Sue
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View 'Sh1 Venice  Summer'

Sue is a self-trained artist now working full-time as a painter.
Known for her interpretation of landscapes and buildings Sue has developed a bold and vivid style to express her view of the world and bring perspective to her paintings. Sue works mainly in watercolours but loves to experiment with other media...

Humber, Amelia
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Amelia's oil paintings strive to relay the atmosphere and emotion of the landscape through a personal and momentary experience. They contain the ideas of capturing the sublime and those immediate feelings of drama in a continuously changing landscape, which she feels are inexplicable through words and drives her to explore and express these emotions through the media of paint and line...

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