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Kato, Jill Fanshawe
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View 'Jfk6 Exotic Plants Bowl'

Jill started drawing at an early age. Her interest in the natural world was awakened at the age of ten, when her family moved from Nottingham to the small Devonshire village of Kingskerswell, near Torquay. She cared for numerous injured or orphaned wild birds and animals. Thus started her lifelong love of nature which can be seen today in her ceramics...

Keeler, Walter
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View 'Wk14 Medium  Extruded Jug'

Walter Keeler's pottery is mainly domestic and functional in salt glazed stoneware or, more rarely, earthenware. He trained at the Harrow School of Art, studying under Victor Margrie and Michael Casson, and later returned there to teach.

Walter says"The pottery tradition is at the heart of all my work. Pottery for use has been central to all settled human communities...

Keeney, Christy
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Christy Keeney started his career at art school in Donegal.

Although drawn more towards fine art, he was encouraged to continue working in clay. Whilst developing his throwing skills he became more interested in sculpture.
Christy graduated from The Royal College of Art in 1988 and started working from studios in London...

Keevil, Melanie
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View 'Mk68 Large Fragment'

Melanie makes ceramic wall panels that are layered with richly coloured slips and glazes and then stoneware fired to 1260°. These abstract pieces are inspired by the colours, surface textures and weathered architectural details found in the hilltop towns and mountains of Provence. Other pieces are inspired by the rock formations and coastlines of the Cornish and Welsh landscapes...

Keogh, Karen
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View 'Burnt River 28/50'

My work consists of vibrantly coloured, three-plate etchings and painterly monotypes, which take the landscape for inspiration. Recently, however, my work has become more abstract, as I simplify shapes and find patterns within the landscape. Using three metal plates for each print is labour intensive, technically difficult, and requires a great deal of foresight...

Kershaw, Wendy
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View 'Wk18 Flying To Sleep'

After destroying some of her father’s roses by digging up clay to make things as a child, Scottish ceramicist Wendy Kershaw went on to graduate with First Class honours from Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen, followed by a Masters degree at Cardiff...

Khani, Layla
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View 'Corn Field'

"I studied Art and Design 2004-2007 at the University of Worcester and later obtained an MA in Visual Communication from Birmingham Institute of Art and Design (2010). While studying I worked as a graphic designer (2008-2012) at, which is one of the premier CG art websites in the world...

Kim, Jin Eui
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View 'Jek24 Opject Spherical Form'

Jin Eui Kim is a ceramic artist originally from South Korea. He graduated from Cardiff School of Art and Design with an MA and PhD in Ceramics, during which he studied the illusory effects of the application of black through to white on three-dimensional surfaces...

Krause, William
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View 'Wk1 Commuter V1 - Ceramic Bust'

William is a Ceramic Design graduate from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. His work explores the synthesisation of the general public on the London Underground, through the medium of ceramic and illustration, to convey a social comment on the daily routine of the modern man.

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