Studio in the heart of Northumberland, making ceramics for all sorts of environments from home to Michelin Star restaurants.
Ali Tomlin Ceramics
Works in porcelain, creating individual, contemporary pieces using scored lines and texture, bold colour and spontaneous marks.
Gallery of Angela Mellor’s contemporary bone china, with biography and contacts.
Features information about this group's events and exhibitions, together with a newsletter archive and gallery.
Creates imprinted porcelain often creating beautifully haunting effects.
Lynne Hutchinson produces decorative and functional ceramics, using a range of techniques.
Bridget works in porcelain and makes a speciality of teapots, incorporating silver and wood in the detailed fittings.
British Ceramics Biennial
Held every two years in Stoke-on-Trent, centre of the British ceramics industry; provides information about exhibitions and events, with news and practical resources for visitors.
Ceramic Art London
Fair for contemporary studio ceramics at the Royal College of Art in London. Provides a list of exhibitors with an example of work and the artist's statement, plus information for exhibitors and visitors.
Ceramic History for Potters
A developing collection of tutorials for potters covering the history and development of pottery from earliest times.
UK magazine for potters and ceramics enthusiasts around the world. Describes the current issue and provides online purchase of subscriptions.
Formerly The Craft Potters Society of Ireland; features galley and magazine information, plus news and details of pottery and ceramics courses across Ireland.
An enthusiast for functional studio pottery following the influence of Bernard Leach provides photo galleries; also includes listings of potteries, museums, exhibitions, and festivals.
Cornwall Ceramics and Glass Group
Works to raise the profile of ceramics and glass in Cornwall through events and activities. Includes a listing of members, events diary, and photo galleries of their works.
A ceramic artist who creates beautifully intricate work for both large-scale art installations as well as collectable objets d’arts.
Deana uses the ancient smoke firing processes in a more contemporary way to create unique effects.
Ceramic artist based in East Sussex, her current work includes hand-built objects and thrown vessels in porcelain, terracotta and mixed-media.
Handbuilt sculptural ceramic vessels, with layered surface imagery.
Ceramic artist creating individual handbuilt ceramics.
Hazel Feeney Ceramics and Bronzes
Creates ceramic sculptures, vessels and bowls and inspired by the human form and explores the spaces, shapes and curves in her sculptures.
International Ceramics Festival
Held bi-annuallly in Aberystwyth, Wales. Provides the festival programme and booking information, as well as archives and reviews of previous events.
Illustrator, painter, ceramic artist and 3D designer, creates figures and prints based on the animal kingdom and fables.
Designs and makes ceramic pieces inspired by the characteristics and forms of metal tins through vitrified porcelain.
Creates porcelain gifts, wedding favours and Christmas decorations, and commissioned mosaic.
Jo Keogh Ceramics
Working primarily in ceramics Jo Keogh has an interest in found objects and specialises in experimental glazes that incorporate everyday materials.
Ceramic sculpture which celebrates the ornamental.
Creates ceramic work, often taking the form of social comment and frequently using historical models as reference or mixed with contemporary influences, subverting familiar forms to represent something other than their intended design and function.
Katherine Lees Ceramics
Katherine’s porcelain vessels are individually made by hand applying print directly to the raw clay surface through a screen.
Kent Potters' Association
Organises a programme of workshops, visits and meetings for anyone with an interest in pottery; with details of membership and events, contacts, and resources.
Ceramicist exploring sensory/experiential objects and spaces, materiality, large scale works and gardens.
Hand carved porcelain is joined together with turned, burnt wood to create a series of vessels.
Potter and ceramic artist creating porcelain agateware.
Hand built ceramics using methods such as coiling, pinching and slab building.
Makes kiln-formed glass wall pieces, sculptural objects and vessels.
Creates minimal but expressive studio ceramic pieces mostly executed in porcelain.
Formed to provide a forum for all involved with or interested in ceramics, both professional and non-professional; with an events calendar, details of membership, galleries, and contacts.
Scottish ceramicist Lorraine Robson makes thought-provoking works that pay homage to ancient and primitive skills, while embracing contemporary influences.
Ceramic artist inspired by historical subjects, processes and artefacts to create conceptual pieces with a modern edge.
Midlands Potters Association
Offers information about this potters association, its member and its work, including photo galleries and virtual exhibition.
Northern Ceramic Society
Holds monthly meetings in the North of England for enthusiasts for the history of pottery and porcelain; with details of membership and benefits, events, publications, and a gallery.
Oxford Ceramics Fair
Presents details of this annual ceramics and pottery exhibition, including programme of events and list of exhibitors.
Organisers of pottery shows in the UK. Provides details of shows, including photo galleries, plus archives and links to exhibiting British and potters.
Ceramic Sculptor working in both porcelain and (separately) heavily grogged stoneware.
Makes a unique range of highly decorated ceramics including platters, vases and lamp bases.
Design and produce original hand painted tiles and undertake tile commissions worldwide for both private and commercial clients.
Rose Dickinson Ceramics
Makes two collections of work, which include domestic ware, buttons, brooches, clocks and large seashore bowls.
Rufford Craft Centre
Displays history and essays about the ceramic centre, with artists links and collection.
Scottish Potters Association
Formed to support and promote the art and craft of pottery; open to anybody with an interest in ceramics, including professional or amateur makers, collectors, or commercial interests.
Scottish Pottery Society
Encourages research into the history and products of the Scottish pottery industry; includes their programme of meetings, publications, and membership, with maps, photos, and resources.
Sotis Studio Ceramics
Sotis Filippides is a studio ceramicist, creating bespoke hand thrown ceramic lighting.
Southern Ceramic Group
Offers pottery and ceramics information for artists in Hampshire and the surrounding counties; also includes a newsletter, gallery, details of exhibitions, and contacts.
Linking potters, galleries and collectors and everyone with a shared enthusiasm for studio ceramics. Includes courses, museums, degree shows, and lists of artists by name and style.
Sudio Sian Patterson
A Glasgow-based ceramicist designing and making functional and decorative thrown stoneware.
An award-winning designer who handcrafts intricate ceramic objects.
An online community for UK based studio potters and to those interested in pottery, with a forum and classified adverts.
Enthusiasts group meeting for pottery workshops and demonstrations in the Guildford, Surrey area. Includes events list and gallery.
Woodsetton Art Pottery
Lorraine Bates’s work is rooted in the traditional Black Country techniques of hand metal working with echoes from the ceramics of the arts and crafts era.
Yellow Shed Pottery
Debbie Page's work is sculptural in nature and handbuilt; coiling and pinching sometimes using purpose-made moulds, using predominantly white earthenware clay.
Artist primarily working with clay.