I produce work in a contemporary style ranging from small batch domestic ware through to decorative pieces of tall vases and large bowls with more individual finishes. I have a particular interest in using volcanic slips, glazes and oxides to produce textures and colours inspired by the coastal landscape.
Thrown domestic and decorative ware, in stoneware and electric kiln fired.
Bevere Gallery, Worcester
Buckenham Galleries, Southwold, Suffolk
First View Gallery, Stourhead, Wiltshire
Gallery@500feet, Lynton, Devon
Ginger Fig Gallery, Taunton, Somerset
Lacock Pottery, Lacock, Wiltshire
Llantarnam Grange Art Centre, Cwmbran, Torfaen
Rare Tea Company (online), London
Time & Space Gallery, Combe Down, Bath
White Space Art, Totnes, Devon
Wold Galleries, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire
My ceramics are generally hand thrown on the wheel, using a sanded white stoneware clay, and electric kiln fired in an oxidised atmosphere to 1240 deg. c (cone 8).
Born, 1966 in Ipswich, Suffolk
Studied art to A level standard at school until 1984, specializing in ceramics. Trained and qualified as an architect, 1991.
Since completing full-time education has attended various ceramics evening classes, residential throwing courses and anagama wood firing/kiln building workshops and courses.
07.2010 Trinity Artists Summer exhibition
11.2010 Larkhall Artists Winter Art Fair
11.2010 Devon Guild of Craftsmen ‘Make’ Christmas Exhibition
12.2010 Re-Union Gallery, Suffolk ‘Coastal Christmas’ exhibition
12.2010 Open studio exhibition with Clare Day (ceramics), Suki Kalsi (photos & textiles)
03.2011 Four & Twenty Artists exhibition, Frome
07.2011 Trinity Artists Summer exhibition
09.2011 Open studio, Bath Artists’ Studios
10.2011 Mitsukoshi Dept Store, Tokyo, Japan
11.2011 Devon Guild of Craftsmen ‘Make’ Christmas Exhibition
11.2011 Mudslingers Exhibition, Bradford on Avon
12.2011 Christmas Art Supermarket, Bath Artists’ Studios
05.2012 Cloth Road Art Trail, Bradford on Avon
05.2012 Fireworks, Blackthorpe Barn, Suffolk