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Wallace , Rose
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Rose has lived in Oxford for the past thirty years. She has been involved in ceramics since 1998 latterly studying at Buckinghamshire New University, graduating with a 1st class B.A.(hons) in 2008.
She was selected in 2011 as a professional member of the CPA.
We are delighted to be showing a range of her latest work for the first time...

Waller, Carole
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View 'Cw3 Figure - 2   Glass Panels'

Carole is an internationally renowned textile artist.
She makes painted clothes, and paintings on veils of cloth’ which become installations in three dimensional space.
Recently she has developed a way of working with glass to enclose the fragile fabric membrane in a tough monumental material...

Walter, Josie
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View 'Jw46 Small  Bowl/green'

Josie read anthropology and following graduation in 1972 taught social studies for three years. However by 1979 she had completed ceramic training at Chesterfield College of Art and set up a workshop and retail outlet in Derbyshire.
Josie’s distinctive functional pots have been a feature of the British studio pottery scene for over thirty years...

Walton, Gary
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View 'Steamer At Rest'

Gary was born in Worcestershire in the early 60s where he lives with his wife and daughter.
He is a self taught artist who works in watercolour and pen using his vivid imagination to create a world of realistic fantasy.
His subjects range from individual businesses, aeroplanes, boats and cars to anything his mind takes a fancy to....

Walton, Sarah
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I have worked in saltglaze for more than 25 years. Landscape is a theme in my work. I have walked, drawn and painted it since childhood and this lies behind the evolution of my Birdbaths, made since 1984.
Bird Baths, Sculptural pieces, Tiles, mugs, beakers, plates and bowls, all in saltglaze, comprise my current range of work...

Ward, Camilla
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View 'Cw7 Ceramic Painting'

My background is in painting and ceramics and I have recently returned to painting.
My painterly approach to ceramics makes it is a natural transition to paint on canvas, in fact, I find the two practices enrich each other. The preoccupations are the same. I want to describe a response to my immediate environment, either urban or rural, and, sometimes, my travels further afield...

Warr, Heidi
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Heidi creates individually hand-built and hand-thrown earthenware vessels, each decorated using traditional methods. Her influences include nature, architecture, history, poetry, culture, optical illusions and psychology.
The pieces she creates are bold statements and merge the traditional with the contemporary...

Watson, Clare Deborah
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- Glyndwr University
Clare’s initial inspiration came from micro photography images of human irises which highlight the amazing microscopic forms and individually unique structures. Using various techniques, she tried to replicate these textures to make each of her vessels as unique as the human eye...

Watson, Matthew
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MATTHEW WATSON - Wolverhampton School of Art and Design
Matthew’s work is a response, through personal thoughts and memories, to contemporary culture and events which fascinate him...

Watts, Sarah
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View 'Sw5 Round Multi Lollipop Necklace'

Sarah is a self-taught designer maker creating jewellery pieces that combine her handmade glass beads with traditional silversmithing techniques.
Each bead is made one by one of glass melted in a torch flame. Decoration is added in the form of dots or lines of molten glass applied to the base bead, with each layer melted in before the next is applied...

Weight, Amanda
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View '28 Aw6 Girl In The Shadows'

Amanda’s work stems from a fascination with human nature and our ability to communicate without words.
She takes inspiration from the complexities of relationships and the qualities that make each of us individual, both physically and emotionally...

Welch, Robin
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View 'Rw49 Oval Bronze/brown Vessel'

Robin Welch has been a singular figure in British studio ceramics for at least forty years. His freely constructed vessels - hand-built and thrown - are three-dimensional abstract expressionism. He is the archetypal potter /painter. Whether his work is on paper, board, canvas or in clay, there is a constant and consistent creative flow...

Wesselman, Frans
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View 'Fw50 Rendezvous 20/50'

I grew up and studied photography and printmaking in Holland. In England I worked for many years as a painter and print maker.
One day, on a visit to Salisbury Cathedral, I was particularly struck by “The prisoners of conscience” window, painted by Gabriel Loire...

Wheeldon, John
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The last few years have seen him return to using lustre, this time applied to a terra sigillata surface, raku fired and smoked. The combination of gold and smoked polished terra sigillata is irresistible - a rich sensuous surface.
He feels that above all he is a potter who responds primarily to materials and processes...

White, David
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After a career in teaching art in Midlands' Schools, David White retired early and became a full-time artist in 1996.

David is an elected Member of The Easel Club, The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and The Birmingham Art Circle of which he is currently Vice-President.
Much of his recent work has used geometric man-made forms alongside organic qualities in landscape...

White, Jane Alison
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As soon as I discovered the process of pit firing I knew that it was a way of working that I strongly identified with, and I felt that I had found my creative direction...

White, Steve
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A Kandinsky exhibition in London provoked Steve into art. He reacted, as many people do when they see abstract art - 'I could do that'. He became a big fan of the semi abstract style of artists such as David Hockney, Roy Lichtenstein, Fernand Leger, Tom Wesselmann and Bob Kessel.
After ten years perfecting his art Steve stumbled across Reflexionism on a sailing holiday in Croatia....

White, Tom
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View 'Pawn'

Inspired by the ordinary, my interest is in taking a snapshot of everyday urban
life and preserving the beauty of something that is often overlooked, using canvas and paint.

My paintings range from impressionistic to photo-realistic, the latter being the style selected for the show in Worcester, in order to most effectively translate that freeze-frame moment onto canvas...

Wightman, Kathryn
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View 'Kw1  Eye Candy'

Kathryn blows hot glass! She is an award-winning artist, designer/maker of quality/quirky, funky/fresh, stylish/sassy handblown glass.
Her products include one off art pieces, functional objects created for an interior led market as well as a stunning range of glass 'art for wearing'...

Wiles, Emily Patricia
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Emily combines materials in new and unconventional ways; pushing the boundaries between the marriage of textiles and ceramics has been the inspiration behind her work.

The forms of her work manifest themselves through the uncontrollable folds and creases of the cotton moulds and the strength of the porcelain, materialising in delicate non-functional vessels.

Wilhelm, Christiane
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Between 1973 and 76 Christiane served her apprenticeship as a potter at Burg Coraidelstein with Wendelin Stahl and between 1976 and 1979 she studied ceramic design in Höhr - Grenzhausen with Prof.Dieter Crumbiegel and Wolf Matthes. She established her own studio in Munich in 1988

Careful observation and detecting exciting forms is paramount in her work...

Wilks, Lisa
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View 'Lw1 Teapot'

Lisa is a contemporary Ceramicist.
She works mainly with hand thrown and hand built Stoneware, enjoying these traditional methods and giving them a modern feel.

Williams - Peplow, Jewels
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View 'Jwp22 Sweet Pea Pot'

Jewels Williams - Peplow

Jewels throw’s porcelain vessels enriched with oxides and slips that explore her fascination with coastlines. Inspiration comes from coastal divisions where the sea leaves traces on the sand in undulating ripples and from the ever changing line between sea and sky...

Williams, Catherine
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View 'Autumn Trees A/p'

Catherine studied Fine Art at the University of the West of England, graduating in 1997 when she received the Rebecca Smith Award for Printmaking. In 2001 she completed a Master’s degree in multi-disciplinary Printmaking also at UWE, and received a Printmakers council award in her final year of study.
Her inspiration primarily comes from the textural qualities of landscape...

Williams, Pierre
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View 'Pw18 Standing Male Nude Multi Floral'

The figures have been developed by also looking back in time to classical sculpture and the work of Rodin as well as the contemporary work of Anthony Gormley. The environments Gormly sets his figures in have been a catalyst for the juxtaposed figure to the architectural form...

Williamson, Graham
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View 'Selection Of Porcelain Mugs'

Graham Williamson
I have been making ceramics since 1968.
I first studied at York School of Art and afterwards went on to gain a first class honours degree at Cardiff College of Art in 1971. I later returned in 1979 to work there as a technician in the Ceramics Department...

Wincer, Richard
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View 'Hilside'

Richard graduated from Goldsmiths College in the 1970’s and quickly established himself as an artist showing his work at the Serpentine Gallery in 1980 and then in 1983 at the Hayward Gallery. He has been a practising artist for over 40 years and exhibits in galleries throughout the country. He has been a regular exhibitor in the Summer Show at the Royal Academy...

Wojdat, Maria
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View 'Mw23 Small Vessel ( Yellow )'

Each piece Maria makes is a journey which encompasses an appreciation of chance and explores the balance between colour, line and form. Inspired by the interplay of the organic and the geometric and of spontaneity and control, the pieces emerge from processes which examine the relationship between instinctive action and form...

Wolfe Murray, Tessa
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Tessa Wolfe Murray studied Fine Art at Ravensbourne College of Art followed by a postgraduate course in Ceramics at Goldsmiths College. She set up a studio at 4011/2 Workshops on leaving, combining her Ceramics business with part-time teaching in Adult Education...

Wood, Rachel
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Rachel loves to explore the rhythm and movement of throwing clay on a wheel, excited by the freshness and spontaneity of the results. Her personal intuitive touch is integral to her pots. This is evident by a wet hand on a soft form fresh off the wheel, through to an individual hand or fingerprint emphasised by the glaze...

Wright , Hollie
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View '55 Hw1 Large Wall Cupboard 1'

Hollie is a designer and craftswoman who uses reclaimed wood and fittings to make quirky functional furniture. Her influences come from the allotment and smallholding lifestyle she grew up with in rural Oxfordshire.
Chickens have always been a central part to her daily life, and so have become the leading characters of her work...

Wu, Chiu-i
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View 'Cw14 Brown Delivery Creature'

Chiu-i developed her art and ceramics in her home country, Taiwan and exhibited her first work in Taipei. She loved it.. but always had a hard time, when asked about her work.. She has no deep meanings. Not ones that she recognise anyway! She just produces from her heart, sensing when what she is creating begins to feel right...

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