The two piece sculptures are coiled earthstone, the pods are a mixture
of pinch pots and pulled clay. The dish shaped pieces are slabbed,
sometimes thrown and then sculpted.
Biscuit fired to 1000°C, then sprayed with barium glaze, satin white glaze and sometimes additions of oxides. The work is fired to 1200°C in a top loading electric kiln.
A Level Ceramics ‘A' Grade - Folkestone School for Girls
Foundation and National Diploma in Design (Spec. Ceramics) - Medway College of Design
Degree in Ceramic Art, First Class Honours - Cardiff University
Craft Potters Association - Professional Member
The Workshop Gallery - Chepstow
Howard Gardens Gallery - Cardiff
Hanover Galleries - Liverpool
Maze Gallery - Brighton
City Gallery - Leicester
Evegate Art Gallery - Ashford
Battersea Contemporary Arts - London
@37 Gallery - Sandwich
Castlearts Gallery - Canterbury
Wyards Gallery - Faversham
Ofenhaus Gallerie - Bremen, Germany
Metcalfe Gallery - Deal
The Biscuit Factory - Newcastle
Gallery 58 - Northampton.
Ceramics South East, Aylesford Priory
Potfest in the Park, Penrith
Art in Clay, Farnham Maltings
Battersea Contemporary Art Fair.
Ceramics SouthEast, Potters market at Aylesford, Nr. Maidstone Kent
Art in Clay, Hatfield