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Lambert, Nigel
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View 'Nl7 Large Oval Jug'

Nigel has been making his unique and internationally recognized style of pottery for the last thirty years, twenty four of them spent living and working in the Forest of Dean...

Layton, Peter
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View 'Aplo4 Spirale'

“I think that if people live with beautiful or stimulating things they will live, breathe, and
think better. These are difficult, even fearful times, and I am reminded of a poem I wrote that ended:
“and what was there
before time or magic
And what will remain after
Will there be relics?”
I sincerely hope so, and that my glass will be found among them...

Leach, Benedict
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View 'Bl8 Large Wall Mounted Head'

Benedict’s work is influenced by his travels abroad and his studies of native artworks. He works principally in wood, metal and stone which are carved, beaten and formed.

Ben works mainly in limestone, one of his favourites being the local Hamstone. It has a warm golden colour with darker striations which weather beautifully...

Leach, John
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Born in St Ives Cornwall John Leach was apprenticed to grandfather Bernard and father David Leach between 1957 and 1963. In 1964/5 the pottery at Muchelney in Somerset was established making oil-fired functional ware.
John has established an international reputation for his hand-thrown, wood-fired oven-to-table stoneware...

Leighton, Jessica
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View 'Jl07 Pink Malvern Hills'

Jessica was born in Bogota, Colombia where she spent the earlier stages of her life before moving to the Cotswolds. It was her exposure to the vibrant and bold colours of South America and her travels that have fuelled her passion for portraying on canvas the different landscapes she comes across...

Lillistone, Trevor
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View 'Tl23 Small Cup Stone/turq'

Trevor is a ceramicist with over 20 years experience based in Bath. He makes hand thrown stoneware. The work is in three distinct ranges, two of which are shown here - electric fired decorative ware and electric fired tableware...

Lossock, Neil
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View 'Chrysanthemum'

Neil says-
"As a blacksmith I graduated from the world-renowned School of Blacksmithing in Hereford, where I later taught. Based in Herefordshire, I am inspired by organic forms“ such as ferns and alium, - and also by the mythical - life-sized dragons being a speciality.
In addition to working in metal I now also work with wood."

Lovell, Andy
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View 'Al5 Olive Grove  Provence 18/35'

Andy was born in east London. He studied at Liverpool School of Art and Design (1983-86) where he specialised in illustration. He has had numerous commissions for newspapers, magazines and books and held several exhibitions of his prints. He works using drawing and painting as the starting point for his prints, mainly lithographs and silkscreen prints.

Lowe, Kate
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View 'Kl14 Looking For Love'

Kate says-
"I am trying to express that energy or feeling we experience when we have time to take in an image or view and then see it in our minds eye later on. Reflecting times I have spent domestically at home and away on travels, the smaller things in everyday life still move me as much as the big adventures we have away from it too...

Lycett, Emma
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Emma’s work consists of hand thrown porcelain vessels, adorned with a collection of handmade and found objects with brushwork glaze. Inspired by the concept of WabiSabi, she concentrates on respecting the materials she uses, giving discarded objects a new beauty and creating shadows of the environments where her objects were found.

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