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Padley, Rachel
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View 'Rp32 Green Man Wall Plaque'

Rachel's career as an artist began in 1976. When she left school, she went to work as a stone carver at St Paul’s Cathedral. She subsequently went on to obtain an honours degree in sculpture at Kennington School of Art. She then went on to work as a conservator of ancient monuments at, among other places, Arundel Castle and Harewood House...

Palin, Andrew
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View 'Ap11 ' Crawling White Stoneware Glaze'

The objective of Andrew's work is to make ceramics which are considered to be individual pieces of art, to make forms which emotionally stimulate and/or satisfy the observer, and to make surfaces which retain interest and engagement with the piece. As the light changes in a room, or a vessel is rotated, a new perspective should arise to retain the engagement between viewer and object...

Palmer, Jitka
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Jitka Palmer was born in Prague. She studied medicine and worked as an anatomist. In 1985 Palmer moved to Britain and studied ceramics at Croydon College of Art and Design. She set up her studio in London with the help of the Crafts Council Setting Up Grant. She now lives and works in Bristol.
Her work is figurative, narrative and expressive, inspired by stories and themes...

Pargeter, Richard
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Born in the Midlands in 1976, Richard’s artistic leanings were obvious from an early age. As a child he dreamed of being a painter, and he regards himself as one of life’s lucky ones, gifted with the talent to turn dreams into reality...

Parslow, Mandy
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On completing an honours degree in three-dimensional design, Ceramics at Cardiff School of Art and Design, Mandy returned to Wexford -her home county - to establish her studio pottery in 1994. She moved to her current studio and showroom, a renovated gate-lodge in rural County Tipperary, in 1999. Here Mandy specializes in wood-fired salt-glazed stoneware, building her current kiln in 2006...

Partington, Janine
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I am a designer-maker based in Bristol combining the traditional craft of enamelling with fresh, clean, contemporary design.
Enamelling is the art of fusing glass onto metal. Watching an enamelled copper panel emerging from a kiln glowing red hot after being fired at a temperature of 800°C is always an exciting experience. As the metal cools the true colours of the panel emerge...

Paterson, Pauline
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Pauline was born and educated in North London. She left school at fifteen and worked as an Assistant Stage Manager and actress in various repertory companies as well as in the West End of London, film and television. Pauline eventually became a television Production Assistant and worked her way up to Assistant Producer...

Peaker, Annie
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Annie's work is a response to her fascination with the power of body language and movement.
Each piece is a unique composition with striking features and fluid lines. Surface texture plays an important part and she enjoys exploring the huge potential of the clay and firing process to deliver new finishes...

Pearce, Martin
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The development of form is at the root of Martin's work; the interplay of shape and surface creating the individual character of a piece. Non-figurative in nature, the pieces present many points of reference. These may be biomorphic, molecular or perhaps topographical. Ideas emerge during the making of a piece and after completion...

Percival, Anja
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View 'Ap35 Dusk Light 16/50'

Anja Percival is a printmaker who was born in Durham.
After initially pursuing a scientific career, Anja then studied Fine Art at Falmouth College of Arts, where she discovered her love for printmaking...

Perring, Susie
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Nowadays I work almost entirely in aquatint (images made up entirely of tones, with no drawn lines) or make monoprints painted directly on the printing plate.
I love aquatints for the range of contrast possible, and for the velvety effect it gives, especially with darker colours...

Phelps, Barbara
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After a career teaching science, Barbara graduated in Visual Arts as a mature student, from the University of Gloucestershire in 2003.
Her work both in ceramics and painting refers to the influence of man on the environment. Changes in colour and shape of the earth are remnants of industry which can be represented by oxides and volcanic glazes or by textural surfaces...

Phethean, Richard
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A ceramics graduate of the Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, and further trained in the studios of tutors Colin Pearson and Janice Tchalenko, Richard is an established professional potter whose is exhibited and collected widely in the UK and Europe...

Phillips, Jonathan
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"My work is made to be used and enjoyed. It is all thrown using a stoneware clay. I keep the forms as simple as possible, working on the subtle variations and contrasts that highlight one form from another.
For the surfaces I layer slips and glazes, to create a rich and varied effect, and use a combination of dipping, pouring and hakeme to make spontaneous marks which compliment the form.
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Pickering, John
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Warwickshire artist -Photographer and designer

Pickford, Jenny
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Jenny is a contemporary artist blacksmith designing and making unique sculptures, water features and architectural ironwork. Her designs combine forged, galvanised steel, with spectacular blown glass.
Currently one of the country’s leading female artist blacksmiths, Jenny creates original designs that uplift the soul...

Pollex, John
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John Pollex has worked in all areas of slip-decoration since the early seventies. In the mid eighties he developed a range of highly coloured slips which he now applies to his work with a variety of sponges, brushes and plastic spatulas. He has recently developed more hand building methods with a range of bottles, winged forms, tea bowls and mugs...

Popham, Amanda
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Amanda studied at the Royal College of Art and came into contact with many inspirational artists, driving her to push the boundaries of her creativity and imagination and developing her highly original style. Her reputation was established when her work was selected by Liberty's who she supplied for 20 years...

Potts, Tracey
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2009 Graduate Potter

Prescott, Ruth
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Ruth is a designer and maker of flowing and geometric ceramic forms and has recently graduated this year (2010) form Central Saint Martins BA (Hons) Ceramic Design.
She was born in Northern Ireland and has a mixed heritage with Scandinavian and Irish roots.

Her ceramic work celebrates attention to detail and functionality in strong, sculptural forms...

Price, Trevor
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The artist Trevor Price (born 1966) specialises in drypoints and etchings that are handmade and hand printed in his studios in London and St. Ives.
He studied at Falmouth and Winchester Schools of Art and at the age of 28 was elected a member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers and is currently the societies Vice President...

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