Artist and designer creating works inspired by traditional art.
Makes "one-off" sculptural forms which are hand-built in stoneware or porcelain clay.
Christine-Ann Richards Ceramics
Christine’s classical oriental style thrown porcelain vases and bowls are glazed in transparent, dark green crackle and copper red glazes. Her black on white splash decorated wares remind one of her interest in Chinese calligraphy and painting. She also makes exterior ceramics to commission.
Clive's pots are hand-thrown in red Devon clay and many of them show the warm, toasted effect of the flames from his home-made wood-fired kiln.
A ceramic and textile artist, making planters and sculptures.
Craig Bragdy Design
Small company specialising in large handmade ceramic murals, based in Denbigh, North Wales. Shows the design and creation process.
Clare Mahoney's ceramics are inspired by her fascination with flowers and natural fauna.
Portfolio and curriculum vitae of the ceramic artist Maggie Curtis provided.
UK studio potteries featuring artworks by various artists and the helix series of pots.
Edmondson, Nigel and Libby
Galleries of garden sculpture and decorative vessels by Nigel and animal sculptures by Libby plus cold cast bronzes and paintings. Exhibitions, outlets, events and biographies.
Devon ceramic sculptor working with a red earthenware clay to hand-build both sculptural and functional ceramic pieces, including clocks, candalabra and vessels. Galleries, with prices, and a contact form.
Fry, David Lawrence
British Studio Pottery and Ceramics presents details of it events and exhibits along with David Fry’s works.
Scottish slipware potter, produces a range of hand thrown earthenware pots using slipware techniques.
Online gallery artworks and profile of Regina Heinz.
Compilation of sculpture images by the ceramic artist and animal sculptor Brian Hollingworth.
James Hake Ceramics
Makes a range of thrown ceramic stoneware and slab rolled work inspired by Oriental ceramics; with profile, galleries, news and exhibitions, and how to commission a work.
Jill Fanshawe Kato
Studied painting at Chelsea School of Art and trained as a potter in Japan and creates ceramics inspired by nature.
John Pollex Ceramics
Ceramics with intensely coloured earthenware slips applied in a free and painterly abstract manner.
Displays ceramic animal sculptures by Kerry Jameson with his biography.
Produces a range of tableware as well as some larger individual pieces with lively decoration.
The Leach Pottery
Managed by a charitable trust as a memorial to the studio potter and his work, and to provide training in the art and craft of pottery; with details of their pottery studio, museum, education services, and contacts. St Ives, Cornwall.
Liz Teall Pottery
Employs a blended red Staffordshire clay to make a wide range of pots.
Malcolm Law Ceramics
Ceramic artist whose themes are based on life, often including mythological figures in anachronistic and humorous situations.
Mary Rich Potter
Mary's pots are hand-thrown in porcelain. Most of her pots have several layers of colour applied to the raw clay.
Mia Sarosi Ceramics
Makes blue and white porcelain ceramics. Each piece is individually hand made and painted and is completely unique.
Ceramist living and working in Oxfordshire. Many of her pieces are stylised representations of animals which are finish using the Japanese Raku firing technique.
Nicola makes majolica pottery, a process requiring the craftsperson to be an artist as well as a potter.
Paul Cummins Ceramics
Showcasing the ceramic flower and wire art installations of Paul Cummins, the artist behind the "Seas of Red" poppies at the Tower of London.
Handmade ceramic platters, vases, tiles, mugs, coasters, plates and bowls.
Makes pots for food, using red earthenware clay, with richly-coloured slip decorations and gold and platinum lustres.
Fellow of the Society of Designer Craftsmen, is a ceramic artist and an art and creative industries consultant.
Alice Hartford and Rupert Johnstone are RAMP, a collaborative partnership producing thrown, highly decorative domestic earthenware.
Ceramic artist who has exhibited widely and runs residential courses.
Duncan Ross’ biography and his gallery of images of Terra-Sigillata ceramic creations.
Sandy trained in Japan and still uses some traditional Japanese working methods such as her barrel-shaped kick-wheel.
Displays unique, handmade ceramic wallpieces and lighting by Karin Schosser.
Sculpture in Clay
Original sculpture in fired stoneware clay, created by Simon Conolly in his studio in South Shropshire.
Mary throws her pots using fine white earthenware clay and makes mainly domestic ware which she decorates with coloured slips.
Studio Pottery and Sculpture
Bruce Chivers trained in Australia and uses a porcelain clay to produce his eggshell-matt pots with a craquelle glaze, and also for his raku-fired pots which mostly have a copper lustre glaze.
The focus of Tim's efforts is towards utilising two of porcelain’s greatest strengths; translucency and whiteness.