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Saag, Ingrid
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View 'Is8 Medium Tilting Bowl, Seated Nude, Pink Glaze'

Ingrid makes hand painted decorative and functional white earthenware ceramics. Designs are either one-offs or produced in small editions, and painted with abstract or figurative images. There are several sources of inspiration for her work. The natural world has always been a favourite subject...

Sada, Elke
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View 'Es77 Capriccio Beaker'

Elke has always been attracted to traditional slipware as well as 18th and 19th Century porcelain. They are two very different styles, yet both have rich qualities about them and both have influenced her work from the beginning. She was already 35 years old when she finally left her career as a research technician to follow a long cherished idea...

Saddington, Patricia
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View 'Botallack'

In the 1960's Patricia worked in a commercial art studio in London and attended St Martins School of Art.
After getting married she moved to Gloucestershire and worked from home whilst looking after her two children.
During this time she worked freelance, working on concepts for advertising campaigns using textiles and producing original designs and commissions...

Salmon, Antonia
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View 'As6 Smoked Riffle'

Antonia has worked as a ceramic artist since 1984, developing a strong interest in making ceramic sculptures that have a purity of line and form. The processes of hand burnishing the surfaces and smoke firing the finished pieces imbue the work with subtly and depth; the works appear timeless, contemplative and poised...

Sawtell, Lily
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View 'Gladys'

Lily studied sculpture at Harrow School of Art in London, and her figures have gone to collectors as far afield as the U.S., New Zealand and Australia, as well as throughout the U.K. and Europe. Lily's love of African and Oceanic art is clearly reflected in her work and the early influence of Brancusi and Modigliani have contributed to the special character of her figures...

Schuricht , Kate
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Kate is an established British ceramic artist working in raku and stoneware. She studied Three Dimensional Design at the University of Brighton, specialising in ceramics and visual research.
After graduating in 1996, Kate was selected for an international ceramic residency in Japan, where she worked alongside established Japanese, Korean and American artists...

Scott Martin , John
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John Scott Martin RSBA
John was born in Nottingham and studied painting at Nottingham College of Art in the 60's. He lives in rural Warwickshire, just about as far from the sea as you can get. This doesn't stop him from making frequent trips to the coast to build his picture library...

Scott, Paul
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View 'Ps6 Willow Pattern Tree'

Paul Scott is a Cumbrian based artist with a diverse practice and an international reputation. He is well known for his research into printed vitreous surfaces, as well as his characteristic blue and white artworks in glazed ceramic...

Scull, Tiffany
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View 'Ts3 Woodnymph Hummingbirds & Honeysuckle Vessel'

Since being a small girl Tiffany has loved to draw and was encouraged to develop this through her childhood.Her excitement for the magical possibilities of clay began at Art College and these feelings have never faded. Discovering and specializing in the beautiful technique of Sgraffito has allowed her to pair up her two loves of drawing and clay work...

Seiker, Fred
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View '"  Lest   We  Forget "'

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Sellars, Karinna
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View 'Ks3 Splash'

Karinna is a contemporary artist / maker with a passion for creating unique objects from hot glass.
Using traditional glass blowing and hand forming skills combined with modern design, Karinna creates elegant pieces ranging from luxury giftware to one off art forms...

Seneviratne, Claire
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View 'Cs1 Large Smoke-fired Pot'

Claire's smoke-fired pots are first fired in an electric kiln, sometimes she partly glazes them and may add a metallic lustre. Then one at a time they are surrounded with oak sawdust which slowly burns around them in an incinerator. The sawdust creates beautiful markings and subtle shades and colours. They do not hold water as they are non porous...

Shaddock, Jill
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View 'Js2 Tower Vase  - Medium'

Having graduated with a 1st class honours degree in Three Dimensional Design from Manchester School of Art in 2011, Jill set up her ceramics studio which is now located in West Yorkshire where she designs and makes each piece by hand.Fascinated by process and enhancing a technique associated with mass production, she explores multilayered slipcasting to create unique objects...

Shaw , Vicky
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There are two strands to Vicky's work, which in some ways are quite opposite. One strand is about precision and control and the other a much freer form of expression. Common to both are the techniques she uses to create surfaces on clay...

Shelley, Zaza
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After graduating from St Andrews University with an MA Honours in Art History, Zaza went into teaching Art and History of Art at Highgate School in London.
She then moved to lecture the collection at the National Gallery in their education department before moving to Scotland where she worked part-time at Sotheby's...

Shimwell, Alex
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View 'As43 Dolomite Bowl'

Alex's work is thrown on the wheel and either gas or wood fired.
He is interested in the material, form and texture of the pieces and how these aspects interact with one another, the glaze, and the firing environment; allowing a natural interaction to decorate his pieces rather than applying a more formal pattern or motif.

Shread, Peter
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View 'Ps57 Pool At Dudmaston - Woodcut A/p'

Peter says
"I was born in Birmingham and trained at Moseley School of Art and Birmingham College of Art...

Silverton, Vilas
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Vilas Silverton - Bath Spa University
Drawing upon a love of religious statuary, devotional imagery and his inner practice, Vilas is keen to show alternatives to the accepted western view of what constitutes spirituality...

Smalley, Alice
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View 'As9 Weather Is Fine'

Alice's work is inspired by nostalgia - mainly British history and the narrative behind the people and the places. She is fascinated by the ambiguity of old, hand-written documents and the generations which are captured in the photographs and postcards belonging to her Grandparents...

Smith, Daniel
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View 'Ds 58 Large  Jug'

Daniel Smith produces a wide range of hand-thrown porcelain tableware. His honest and simple approach results in an understated elegance. The weight of the porcelain in the hand combined with the pure delicate forms makes each piece a delight to hold and use.

Smith, Mark
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View 'Ms5 Row Of Cottages'

Each piece of work by Mark Smith draws inspiration from the sea, and each has it's own unique appearance and story to tell.
Objects found on travels or by shoreline often become part of the work.
Mark uses a variety of techniques to achieve the finished look of a piece, focusing mainly on decay and repair...

Smith, Paul
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"I am a full time artist, making ceramic figurative sculptures in my studio on the edge of the Peak District National Park. The images I make are dream-like and contemplative, designed to create a feeling of another reality where peaceful co-existence is possible between us and nature. The style is bold and semi-abstract with graceful sweeping curves and simplified details...

Smith, Trevor. A.
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Author of "Sketching Wild Birds"
Trevor combines a career in wildlife conservation with his passion for wildlife art. He has been painting for 25 years, working from life whenever possible; the British countryside and its wildlife providing the inspiration for his work...

Southam, Jenny
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View 'Js63 Men Leapfrogging In The Wood'

Jenny lives and works in Exeter.. She works in the medium of terracotta specializing in individual hand-built figurative sculptures. She is continually evolving new ideas, most of which reference her fascination with Etruscan tomb sculptures and Staffordshire mantelpiece figures. The sculptures explore mythic and domestic themes and many are inspired by working in the garden and on her allotment.
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Southgate, Sophie
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Sophie’s practice is an on-going exploration of the object and the vessel, in both the contexts of sculpture and functional ceramics. Her work moves between the boundaries of art and design, challenging our preconceptions and understanding of contemporary ceramics.
She takes inspiration from the landscape, paring it back to abstract interpretations of space through basic geometric forms....

Sparke, Stephen
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Stephen makes and fires much of his work in West Wales with Joe Finch. However he is also becoming something of a travelling potter working in Gloucestershire, Ireland, and wherever else the opportunity to woodfire exists.

He is passionate about wood firing...

Spear, Shelagh
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View 'Ss6 Standing Figure With Bird And Feather'

Sculpture has a life-long interest for Shelagh. Since completing her degree in studio ceramics in 2000, she has used clay as the medium for her artwork, which has become widely collected.
Her pieces have a timeless, narrative quality. Individual figures stand alone, deep in thought, or are joined by a cast of other participants - people, animals and birds...

Spencer, Bradley
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Bradley says
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My practice as a ceramic artist begins with the act of drawing. It is through this physical process that I reach a greater understanding of the subject considered, and in a way, it becomes part of me...

Stedman, Barry
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View 'Bs22 Vessel With Green'

Most of Barry Stedman’s work is made with red earthenware clay. It is usually wheel thrown and altered or constructed from soft slabs and then painted with coloured slips, stains and oxides.
He enjoys working with simple vessel forms, exploring and developing exciting relationships between colour, texture and form...

Stein, Gillian
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"I come from a Fine Art Painting and Theatre Design background but have now been designing and making jewellery for 25 years.
My work is hand wrought silver, brass and copper. I use the processes of hammering, reticulation and rolling with textures. The majority of the pieces are unique and some are produced in limited editions...

Steventon, Brian
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View 'Low Light - Hopedale'

Brian Steventon . RBSA . MBA. BA Hons
Brian explains “I am inspired by the abstract element within the subject,
very often atmospheric and light conditions enhance the abstract quality
that I am seeking...

Stockley, Charlotte
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View 'Cs5 Small Porcelain Plate'

Charlotte is a maker of domestic ware which undoubtedly adds pleasure to eating and drinking. Her pieces, which are thrown and altered, have a freshness and energy which gives each a distinct look and feel.
The Mid Surrey Collection, being shown here, is decorated with fruit and vegetables and the decoration is achieved through the application of transfers of Charlotte's drawings...

Stone, Karen
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View 'Grapes And Yellow Jug'

Karen Stone studied Fine Art at Birmingham School of Art, Birmingham City University and Life Drawing at The Slade School of Art, University College London. In 2007 her work was selected for the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists New Horizons exhibition and since then she has exhibited across the UK including the Mall Galleries in London...

Styles, Linda
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View 'Ls9 Footed Platter With Red/yellow Pattern'

Linda lives and works in Cornwall which has been her home for the past 39 years. Her ceramic practice relates to the exploration of the emotive and instinctual. The viewer/handler is invited to respond on an emotional as opposed to intellectual level. Her main purpose is to use unorthodox expressions of surface and form...

Sumner, Mary
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View 'Ms2 Shady Corner  31/45'

The painter and print maker Mary Sumner was born in rural Northamptonshire. Mary Sumner's chief artistic interests revolve around interpreting the natural world of her immediate surroundings in her Mid-Devon home. Gardens, countryside and animals are all recurring themes in Mary Sumner's paintings...

Swindell, Geoffrey
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"It has often been said that my ceramics are like washed up sea creatures, some still alive, others just remnants turning slowly to dust. People have also seen unidentified objects from a far-away galaxy, not sure whether they are organic or constructed, friendly or malevolent...

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