My work'From my studio in a shallow dip of rolling farmland, I witness the enduring landscape exposed to the weather, the changing seasons, and passing of the sun. I glimpse the progress of wild creatures in the margins and ponder on the various traces of human life.'
This was an earlier attempt to describe the why and wherefore of my work. Is it still true? As usual, I find definition eludes me, although those words are at least in part true, I find my work is more abstracted now, more internalised. With each piece of work I am on a quest for the right resonating frequency, something human, something describing nature and the rightness of it. A kind of truth.
My work is currently featured at the Twenty Twenty gallery in Ludlow.
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I live and work in north Essex, my studio is surrounded by farmland.
During Higher Education I studied Fine Art and became interested in ceramics. My education included a diploma by Independent study, where I concentrated on ceramics. I lived for many years in London, where I made ceramics sporadically, in makeshift studios, while I earned my living working in the building trade, as a plasterer and decorator.
Moving back to my roots, I have for the last few years been a dedicated artist, producing a variety of ceramics, exhibiting in galleries including locations in London, Norfolk, Cambridge and Oxfordshire.
In September 2015 I won the Bruckner Foundation Prize at the Musee de Carouge Biennial ceramic competition in Geneva, Switzerland, for a bone china lampshade. I am a member of the Craft Potters Association and the Anglian Potters.
Ceramic Art London 23–25
March 2018 – Central Saint Martins, King's Cross, London
Fry's Annual Fundraising Sale The Fry Art Gallery 11 & 12 November 2017, Saffron Walden
(28th) Bakers’ dozen at the The Roundhouse Gallery, The Firs, Foston, Derbyshire DE65 5DL
Artichoke gallery - 1 April - 24 June 2017 - 22 John's Gate St, Ferrybank South, Wexford, IrelandAugust 2017
Bircham gallery June-July 2017
Cambridge Artists Open Studios July 2017
Ceramic Art London CAL - 31 March - 2 April 2017
July 2016 Artist Open Studio as part of Cambridge Open Studios.
From May 2016, my work was part of the 'Best of British' group exhibition, curated by Marta Donaghey of the CPA, showcasing excellence in British ceramics in Sydney, Australia.
April 17-23, 2016 – Clay Gulgong - Australia’s triennial international ceramics festival. In New South Wales, Australia, (part of 'Best of British' group exhibition)
December 2015 – Bircham Gallery, Holt, Nofolk
December 2015 – Cambridge Contemporary Art, Cambridge
November 2015 – Bury St Edmunds pop up show
November 2015 – Junction Gallery, Woodstock, Oxfordshire
September 2015 – Musee de Carouge, Geneva,
August 2015 – Kaleidoscope - Contemporary Ceramic Centre, London
July 2015 – Cambridge Artists Open Studio
May 2015 – Cambridge Contemporary Art, Cambridge
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