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Macculloch, Ian
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Since studying at Northampton School of Art, Ian MacCulloch has worked as a teacher, freelance designer, finished artist/illustrator and computer printmaker. In recent years etching has come to be Ian's primary vehicle of expression.
Many of his etching utilise traditional techniques and processes, but a large part of his work remains experimental...

Macdonell, Alasdair Neil
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Neil MacDonell
Professional member of The Craft Potters Association
Born in Southwark, London. My Father was an architect and my two sisters and I had a lot of exposure to the arts and crafts, particularly old buildings! I remember becoming aware of the creative effects of fire when a neighbours wooden garage containing an ancient ash framed van caught fire...

Macdonell, Sally
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Sally MacDonell
Professional member of The Craft Potters Association
I am continually fascinated by people. I'm a great observer of people and thrive on interaction with others. I explore the human condition by modelling the female form from clay; changing the mood and feeling of a piece by the positioning of a shoulder or hand...

Macintyre, Hilke
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Hilke MacIntyre was born in Germany near the Danish border. She studied architecture at the College for Art & Design in Kiel and worked for various architects until she moved to Scotland in 1995. Since then she has concentrated on printing, painting and ceramics, combining a simplified figurative style with bold shapes, strong colours and abstract patterns...

Maddison, Kevin
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I originally trained as a typographically based Graphic Designer at the London College of Printing but have spent most of my working life as an Illustrator, having developed my illustration ability whilst working for the then influential publisher Mitchell Beazley...

Maggini, Guglielmo
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GUGLIELMO MAGGINI
Italian-born and London-based, Guglielmo’s practice explores the border between design object and art piece. A graduate of Architecture in Rome in 2013, through the medium of clay his work engages forces that are generally taken for granted in the practice of making; namely gesture and gravity...

Malone, Jim
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Jim is one of Britain's foremost potters
He has been making high fired stoneware pottery since the early seventies. He works alone producing a wide range of individual pottery forms...

Maltby, John
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JOHN MALTBY
As followers of the Bevere programme of featured makers will know, we were due to show the work of John Maltby in April. Sadly, John has not been well and has been unable to make any new pieces and we cannot therefore feature him as planned.
His health will clearly be a key factor in his ability to make again...

Marsh, Matthew
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Matthew Marsh
was a Wolverhampton Graduate who first appeared in the Bevere 2010 Graduate Show and has been in the gallery regularly since then.
There is a unique quality to Matthew’s work which embraces classical forms and yet through alteration and his striking decorative technique gives all his pieces an almost decadent quality

Marsh, Pete
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Pete attempts to produce, not just a facsimile of what he sees, but something that expresses what he and (hopefully) his audience feels.
He feels his work is perceptual rather than conceptual, emotional rather than intellectual and he prefers expression over realism, subtlety over sensationalism, substance over novelty and intuition over reason...

Martin, James
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James was born in Lossiemouth, Scotland. A natural and compulsive artist, he drew and painted from his earliest years, which marked the beginning of a life-long passion for art.
After qualifying and practising as a doctor for seven years the desire to make art would not go away and in 1993 he made a complete career change turning full time to painting...

Matheson, Andrew
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Born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1949 Andrew Matheson is a graduate of Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen. He is the former head of art at Broadway School, Perry Bar, Birmingham. Producing pieces from locally-sourced materials since 1981, Andrew works mainly in stoneware and porcelain reduction fired to 1280 degrees Celsius...

Mattos, Marcio
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Hand built vessel oriented stoneware and paperclay pieces, reduction fired.
Being a musician as well as a potter, I bring into my ceramic work the same creative process which lies behind improvisation in music: the spontaneity and intuitive "free-ness" of the moment of creation.
I like to leave impressed in clay the immediacy of this process, both in texture and in form. The...

Mc Phail, Karen
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KAREN McPHAIL

Karen graduated from Glasgow School of Art with a first class Honours Degree and then completed a post-graduate Masters in Ceramics in 1990. Since then she has worked on numerous art education projects and while her three children were young, she ran a pre-school nursery. She now makes her ceramics in a workshop at her home in Renfrewshire...

Mccarthy, Alex
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Alex McCarthy says
"I aim to create objects with a harmonious connection between surface and form. My pieces are formally inspired by simple ceramic profiles and the highly textured surface is a response to my fascination for touch.
The tactile qualities of my artifacts are inspired by textures that surround us such as; tree bark, natural rocks, cracking paint and even marine life. The...

Mccrirrick, Hayley
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Hayley McCrirrick
Hayley's final year project, ‘’CLAY’’ celebrated the return of honest hand-craftsmanship and artisan values in a collection of printed linen wall hangings and paper art prints for the home. Originally designed and screen-printed in Scotland, the pieces reflect traditional technique whilst embodying contemporary style...

Mcintyre, Hannah
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My interest in architecture, in particular steel bridges has caused me to look closer at the intricate and complex patterns that they portray. I love the symmetry and the precision of these bridges and their huge scale.
I combine the essence of these large structures with thin pieces of clay, portraying them through framed wall tiles...

Mcwilliam, Martin
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Martin McWilliam showed here for the first time and we are delighted that he agreed to show his work here.
Living and working in Germany he regularly shows at "CAL" in London.
The trompe l’oeil effects and multidimensional construction are exciting and always attract attention from enthusiasts of studio ceramics.

Meyer, Hennie
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Acclaimed South African ceramist Hennie Meyer turns the expressive qualities of clay, composite shapes and colour into aesthetically pleasing vessels, objects and installations.
Hennie’s work is neither commercial nor mass-produced. Every piece is individually shaped by him, then glazed and fired...

Miller, Richard
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After completing an MA in Ceramics in 2003, Richard began making domestic ware as well as teaching the art of ceramics in and around Surrey. His passion for traditional methods stems from a love of making (and mud-slinging!) A trip to Japan reinforced Richard’s love of ceramics...

Moore, Charlotte
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CHARLOTTE MOORE
Charlotte’s interest in ceramics sparked into life during her foundation year in Cambridge. During that year and her first year at Nottingham Trent University she explored slip casting and hand building methods. At the beginning of her second year, she was introduced to the potter’s wheel and has not looked back since...

Moorhouse, Sara
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The development of my work into ceramics, colour and spatial perception began with a Masters degree at Cardiff in 2003. The work explores the ways in which spaces within landscape appear altered depending on the ever-changing light.
The bowls act as a canvas for paintings that distil specific landscape scenes, perceptibly altering the size, depth and shape of the form by the applied colour.
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Morell, Harriett
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HARRIETT MORELL
Harriett’s collection of decorative ceramic tableware draws inspiration from old and contemporary photographs. Through form and illustration her work shows the importance of the people and relationships around her. Quoting Carl Jung she makes the point that “Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darkness of other people.”

Morgan, Sally
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Sally is a local painter-printmaker creating work in both pastel and relief reduction of lino. Her reduction prints enable her to interpret the world in lines, shapes and blocks of colour. She enjoys the tactile nature of print making and more recently has begun block printing on fabric.

Sally runs printing workshops from The Stable at Bevere Gallery.

Moss, Eric
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I work in raku as I like the way the finished pots reflect their 'elemental' journey from mud to ceramic: I think this particular process imparts a 'sense of life' within a piece.

The transparent crackle glaze I use dresses tightly-controlled, thrown, sculpted forms in a complementary random and natural effect punctuated by paper and glue resisted areas...

Muchelney Pottery-, John Leach
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Whether you are looking for a bread crock, a chicken brick, a salt pig, a goblet or more everyday kitchen and tableware crockery, from jugs, mugs, dishes and storage jars to bowls, plates, hotpots, casseroles and tea or coffee pots, you’ll find them in our kitchenware range...

Muir, Jane
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Jane Muir specialises in idiosyncratic hand painted figures representing a witty and uncluttered observation of the world. Figures that stand alone or placed in an architectural landscape are hand modelled, allowing her the freedom to sketch with clay and develop ideas during the making process...

Murphy, Laura
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Laura works in slip-cast parian clay, with the aim to create exceptionally thin and translucent pieces. She is inspired by the interactions between light and the beautiful British countryside, and is always trying to convey a sense of optimism within the work she creates...

Murray, Claire
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CLAIRE MURRAY has worked with clay since her early twenties - as both a student and during her career as a teacher. She now devotes her time to the development of her own work and teaching in schools as a clay artist.
She is a figurative ceramicist and her current work is based around the complexities of human communication...

Myers, Emily
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Emily Myers discovered she had a natural aptitude for ceramics when she first came across pottery at school at the age of 12; she has been working with clay ever since. After graduating with a degree in Ceramics from Bristol Polytechnic in 1987, she returned to London and found she enjoyed working within a shared workshop environment with other craftspeople...

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