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Ramp
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All the ceramics are hand-made; thrown on the wheel by Rupert Johnstone and then hand painted by Alice Hartford. The current range is fired at earthenware temperature. Colour is first applied using various clay slips. When the clay slip is drying, scraffito tools are used to incise lines through the colour and create specific designs...

Rasmussen, Finn Dam
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View 'Fdr9 Oval ( Blue & Pale Blue)'

Finn is a ceramicist and a sociologist. Since 2008 he has worked full-time as a ceramic artist in his own workshop in Tisvilde in North Zealand. Finn sculptural work with ceramics is fired a t about 1300 degrees. The shapes are clean, simple and monumental. The surfaces usually consist of slips - that is pre-dyed clay - which result in a nuanced and texturally fascinating surface...

Read, Alison
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View 'Ar97 Serial Killer'

Alison is from Lincoln and specialises in hand made original prints in a variety of methods; Screenprints, Etchings/Aquatinting and Linocuts.
The subject matter is quirky, fun and mainly animal humour, but always different.

In the main, Alison is a known as a printmaker, although she has had commissions in bronze. She studied at Newcastle University, completing her B.A.(Hons) in Fine Art.
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Read, Steve
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Steve grew up in Cornwall and the coast has always been a huge influence and inspiration to him. He was fortunate enough to have Cornish Painter John Piper as his art teacher at school and through him gained a place at Falmouth School of Art in 1987...

Rees, Nick
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View 'Nr49 Shoulder Bottle'

'Nick began potting in 1972 when he joined John Leach for an apprenticeship at Muchelney Pottery. Apart from a three month stint working with Brian Newman at Aller Pottery, Somerset in 1976, Nick has remained at Muchelney Pottery as a Master Potter for 40 years.
Nick's days are spent producing the catalogue range of oven-to-tableware at Muchelney Pottery...

Richards, Christine - Ann
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View 'Large Urn - Fire'

Much of Christine-Ann’s work is influenced by her journeys to the Far East, and especially by her first visit to China, with other potters, in 1978. For more than 25 years she has co-ordinated and accompanied other artists and people from throughout the world on visits to China and Central Asia...

Richards, Nicola
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View 'Nr30 Medium Elipse Shaped Pot'

For many years I had been getting increasingly tired of the constraints of slip casting and glazing and had been searching for a freer way of working. Since 2000 two events have been central to my new way of working. A Jane Perryman five-day course and a trip to Malawi, working with Malawian potters, changed my whole outlook and presented me with a wealth of new possibilities...

Riviere, Theo
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Textile designer Theo Riviere’s project Material Poetry investigates how materials work together, exploring the relationship and juxtaposition between the texture and finish of cork, plywood, and Perspex, which are combined to make these ornamental wooden objects...

Robinson, Naomi
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Naomi’s work refers to mourning, loss and remembrance. Relating to these themes, she explores human emotion with her ceramic vessels by focusing upon what we can remember of our lost loved ones...

Robison, Jim
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View 'Jr1 Celtic Interlude'

Jim Robison’s primary focus is the creation of ceramics with sculptural and architectural applications. These are often slab-ware vessels, which are individual pieces and sculpture commissions.
He is a frequent demonstrator and is well known for his lectures and courses. He is an elected Fellow of the Craft Potters Association...

Rodgers, Emma
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Emma graduated from Wolverhampton University in 1998 completing both BA and MA courses.
Many influences shape the work she now creates, from Giaccometti, Naum Gabo, Egon Schiele and Elizabeth Frink. She also extracts experiences from travelling, searching out ideas from both ancient cultures and contemporary art to melt into her current résumé...

Rollo, Sonia
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Sonia was educated at Glasgow University, graduating with a B.Sc. in agricultural botany. She worked in scientific publishing as editor of Chemoreception Abstracts.
In 1988 she started studying printmaking at Morley College. She is a founder member of Half Moon Printmakers, a member of the cooperative Southbank Printmakers and a past vice-chair of the Printmakers' Council...

Ross Thompson, Sarah
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View 'Srt354 Bright & Beautiful'

As a Fine Art Printmaker, Sarah specialises in hand-inked, collagraph prints, originally inspired by the Dorset landscape. Having relocated to the West Coast of Scotland in 2013, her work has begun to be influenced by the dramatic, rugged scenery of her new home...

Rossmann, Fritz
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View 'Fr46 Vessel Form'

Fritz has been showing work at Bevere since the German Show held here in 2010. He is a member of the ceramic collective Keramikgruppe Grenzhausen a much respected group of studio potters whose work is widely admired. Fritz is a fine thrower and is often to be seen demonstrating at ceramic fairs...

Routledge, Guy
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Guy has worked in Ceramics for the last 20 years after studying glass and ceramics at Sunderland University. His first studio was in Auckland, New Zealand from 1989 to 1991. He then worked for a year as a site artist and designer on the New Zealand Pavilion in Seville, Spain during Expo 92...

Royal Grammer School, ' Wet Paint'
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Through a unique collaboration between RGS Worcester and The Bevere Gallery Worcester, RGS GCSE artwork is on display in the gallery from March 25th. This selling exhibition is a first for both Bevere Gallery and RGS Worcester...

Ruggiero, Nici
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View 'Nr11 Trotter - Large'

"Ambiguity surrounds my work, through which I strive to sensitively engage the viewer.
Thrown, altered and nurtured on the potter's wheel or meticulously hand built using coils, my sculptural monochromic vessels are Raku fired and then left naked without glaze, only dressed by delicate decoration painted in smoke...

Ryan, Sylvia
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View 'Sr26 Dish   - You  Cannot Be Serious'

Sylvia decided to pursue her interest in pots when she was in her late teens. It began with Chinese ceramics in Hong Kong where her family lived for some years. Some years later, when her own two children, now adult, began school, she took a degree course in Art and decided to teach...

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