Derek A. Lamb

Derek A. Lamb

"Derek joined Clay Hill Potters in 2010. This is a co operative Ceramics Group based in Newnham Gloucestershire. Here he has been developing a range of hand thrown work , returning to a passion for simple domestic & individual wares. All work is thrown on the potters wheel using high quality Stoneware & Porcelain clays and high fired to over 1280 degrees centigrade for durable functional use also making it oven proof."

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Val Tomlins

Val Tomlins

"My work embraces a diverse and varied world as I now have the time to experiment with new techniques and glazes. I also love throwing and much of my work is designed around this technique and adapted to the pieces I am currently working on. Most of my pottery is individual as I prefer to create and adapt new ideas rather than throw lots of runs multiples."

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Avril farley

Avril farley

"My pieces are thrown Limoge special porcelain and very white stoneware clay from Australia, fired to between 1260 and 1280 celcius in an electric top loader. I am interested in glaze technology, particularly in the field of creating unusual glaze surfaces within the constraints of electric kiln firing, and the subject of my work is an ongoing exploration into the beguiling and frustrating discipline of Macro Crystalline glazes"

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Pam Brooker

Pam Brooker

"My work is mostly thrown on the wheel. The designs were initially inspired by looking at printed textiles and have evolved over the years to the present range - I like to combine the simplicity of mark-making onto contemporary forms and would hope that the pots are used and enjoyed as part of everyday life."

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Tara Davidson

Tara Davidson

"Through my work, I reflect my love of the feminine beauty of lace and fabric, in ceramics. Bringing together these passions to create something unique, timeless, and elegant. My pieces incorporate lace patterns from family heirlooms, passed down through generations of my family. Other fabrics come from searching through forgotten corners of French antique shops, English country fayres, and flea markets in Africa."

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Tracy Baker

Tracy Baker

"I make a wide variety of affordable giftware ranging from coasters, bowl's and hotplates with many designs having a Welsh theme. My aim is to make ceramics accessible and fun for all by combining functionality with handmade decorative wares that demonstrate clay versatility with each piece being unique in design and finish."

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Mary Rose Young

Mary Rose Young

"She identified Art as her favorite subject at school and went on to study at Cheltenham and then Wolverhampton Art College, electing to specialise in Ceramics. Her work there was brown and grey, slab built and contemporary. But despite it being so different to her current style she was extremely highly thought of and achieved a Class 1 Honours Degree."

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Briget Williams

Briget Williams

"Bridget makes wheel-thrown domestic ware using red earthenware clay. Her large platters, bowls, mugs and other forms are produced as a vehicle for decoration, the surface acting as a canvas on which she applies coloured slips under a transparent glaze. The freshness of the patterns are enhanced by the vigorousness of the sgraffito lines and clarity of the stenciled patterns."

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Blue Dandelion Ceramics

Blue Dandelion Ceramics

"Blue Dandelion Ceramics are entirely handmade, thrown, decorated and fired on site. This exclusion of machinery and mass production techniques ensures your product is completely unique to you. Each piece is hand painted and the slight variation between pieces enhances it’s character and originality."

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