I make brightly coloured domestic ware and also sculptural ceramics, enjoying building up texture with brushes, stencils, splattering and resist. I enjoy the arbitrary & haphazard nature of the results which are as exciting as when opening the kiln. I am an exhibiting member of Kent Potters and London Potters and also do occasional specialist craft fairs.
19 Harold Rd, , Hastings, East Sussex, United Kingdom, TN35 5NJ
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I can be contacted by email or phone and accept commissions
I make pottery, hand thrown and hand built. Also use moulds I make myself
I was originally a Theatre Designer, then moved into special education.( Emotional & behavioural difficulties). I moved to Hastings 10 years ago to concentrate on pottery.
An artist and a psychologist
Drawing a rainy day picture whilst ill in bed- filling in the puddles in biro
I did pottery workshops and night classes on and off during previous careers. Originally started when art teacher at Frewen College where there was an unused pottery- I wanted to be able to use it with the pupils.
I went to a pottery class in the next village, which allowed me to be a few lessons ahead of my pupils.
Looking at work of international potters (books/exhibition/instagram) Recent visit to South Korea with London Potters and International Ceramics Festival at Aberystwyth this summer
The experimental nature of it- always new things to try