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I have made an eclectic range of largely useful items, in both stoneware and earthenware. Most of my work is hand-built.
I enjoy the randomness of pattern and colour that pit and bonfire firings give; the excitement of the unpredictable results of firing with wood is like opening presents on Christmas day!
My inspiration comes from a wide field, including the figure, body language and movement, erosion and the local landscape and colours of the coast.
I enjoy experimenting with coloured slips , mixing my own glazes and teaching.
My work is organic in nature, I make finely balanced forms, enhanced by glazes of depth, richness and movement.
I want my work to have the feeling that it has been bolted together from an assortment of found or broken objects to create a functional piece
I am mainly making functional stoneware pottery. Much of my inspiration comes from the sea and nature.
I produce a range of pots, platters and planters, all based on a Jurassic theme. The shapes for my pieces are organic, mainly based on curves, emulating the open, undulating areas of the coastline.
My favourite subjects are wildlife and horses, with forays into coastal scenes prompted by the beautiful Dorset coast close to home.
I love the challenge of discovering ceramics and am developing the theme of my fossil paintings into my pottery.
I make pieces in a variety of scales from large, stoneware planters and water features based on mediaeval images and Green Men, to thrown pots and tiles.
Inspired by nature and the New Forest countryside, I make work for the garden and home.
I have always been inspired by the beauty and technical qualities of the classical Chinese ceramics particularly the porcelains of the Song and Yuan dynasties.
I moved to Poole in 2015 and put together a small studio where I have been potting in my spare time, manly throwing on a wheel, experimenting with with textures and finding glazing combinations.