Working mainly with porcelain, Joanna creates handmade pieces that are unique and considered. Her designs tend towards minimalism and simplicity, ensuring they look at home in most interiors.
Charlotte’s colourful and functional ceramics are inspired by mid-century modern and Scandinavian design. She likes to make work that is simple and useful while also being beautifully made […]
Hokolo founder Jen Taylor, is hosting the ESEA Designers Makers first group show at her mid-century townhouse. ESEA Designers Makers is a design collective promoting and celebrating the […]
AB Design & Interiors designers, Annie and Anna at home, showcasing a selection of their home collection along with a wonderful collaboration of carefully curated artists. Come and […]
Working from her garden studio, Lydia makes drawings, lino-cut prints and ceramics.
A stunning curated show of work from six established artists, hosted by the sculptor, furniture designer and treehouse designer and builder Jeremy Wyatt. You are guaranteed a warm […]
Janet’s hand-built sculptural pots, inspired by the seashores of Orkney and Devon, reveal her fascination with surface texture and patina, which is explored in her use of gorged […]
Jen’s work is an exploration of inky blues in paintings, pots and upcycled textiles, inspired by patterns in the landscape, and the energy of the sea where it […]
Ben’s work explores self-organizing forms with emphasis on the gestural qualities involved in the making processes – firing, casting and fabrication – thus creating rhythms, textures and an […]
Mario’s handmade ceramics are decorative and functional, varying in scale from small to large and with rough, delicate and smooth surfaces. The inspiration for his work comes from […]
Established in 2020, Grove Vale Ceramics presents an exciting display of curated work by contemporary ceramic makers, from distinctive tableware to decorative and sculptural artworks.
Walters Way Art Collective will be showing a variety of exclusive works, including digital, fine art, photography, ceramics, jewellery and reformed glass, displayed in the beautiful setting of […]
Dan was first introduced to pottery at school, William Penn (now Charter), and went on to study at Camberwell College of Arts and the Royal College of Art.
Loraine, aka The Little Globe Co, is showing new ceramics that question how maps influence our sense of place, belonging and identity. Supported by Arts Council Lottery Fund […]
Georgina makes slab-constructed ceramics, hand-decorated with a combination of flat coloured planes and patterned surfaces, often alluding to architectural details or interior designers’ swatches.
Lesia creates both functional and decorative ceramics using a mixture of hand-building and throwing techniques. She favours an organic feel that complements the natural finish of the clay.
Debbie has been creating bespoke wheel-thrown ceramics for many years. She supplies high-end restaurants and individuals with her tableware, featuring classic shapes decorated with her simple yet stylish […]
Henry is a potter focused predominantly on utilitarian fictional forms. He works with stoneware to make beautiful handmade domestic ware.
Inspired by nature and contrasting textures and colours, Susan creates eye-catching, tactile jewellery from black and white porcelain, as well as more functional pieces.
Handmade ceramic tiles. The studio rejects the idea of perfectly made, one-size-fits-all design, focusing instead on locally sourced clays and honouring traditional craftsmanship.
With an MA in Ceramics from the Royal College of Art, Jane creates ceramic sculptures suitable for indoors or out.
With a background in printmaking, Hannah has been making functional, unique stoneware pottery on her wheel for the past eight years. She makes bold and playful one-off pieces […]
Emma graduated with first-class honours from Camberwell College of Arts. Her sculptures explore both internal and external environments through the medium of clay.
Bell House hosts ‘Ways of Seeing: Green’, an exhibition of works of art exploring the meaning of ‘green’ to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of John Berger’s iconic […]
Nicole Farhi CBE MSS, internationally renowned sculptor and former fashion designer, exhibits her collection ‘Womankind’, a series of works celebrating the bonds of female friendship, kindness, empathy and […]
Bridget is a tapestry weaver whose hand-woven pieces are colourful interpretations of the seemingly mundane. Birgit studied at Clay College and makes wheel-thrown porcelain pots that convey her […]
Kuan makes functional ceramic pieces for the daily rituals. Her work references growing up in Taiwan and immigrating to New Zealand as a kid, and the wares celebrate memories […]
A London-based Japanese artist and jeweller, Tomoko incorporates an imaginative and playful world into her unique pieces. All her work is carefully handcrafted and has a story to […]
Fabienne makes elegant and meticulously crafted ceramics, influenced by her mixed Dutch, Chinese-Indonesian heritage. Her modern oriental tableware and decorative ware celebrate the craft of ceramics through considered […]
Sarah throws domestic ware in porcelain, creating unique pieces including bowls, cups and planters. Samina’s pottery is inspired by her travels and focuses on the delicate nature of […]
An exhibition of large and small works, cards and homewares by mother and daughter artists, with watercolour paintings, prints and illustrated ceramics by Rebecca, and stoneware ceramics and […]
Jess and Simon specialize in French decorative pieces, rustic ceramics, industrial lighting, garden furniture and vintage textiles. Jess will also be exhibiting framed collages made with vintage textiles […]
Paintings and ceramics inspired by nature and the elements by painter Kate and ceramicist Alanda.
Working in pastel and watercolour on paper, Lucy explores nature and light, using gesture and colour to create a sense of place. Ceramic pieces by Henrietta will also […]
A working and teaching pottery, alongside three workshops used by a collective of dedicated part-time potters. Works range from slip casting and thrown functional work to decorative and […]
Carys makes hand-thrown porcelain bowls, vases, dishes and plates, which are all dishwasher-proof. They are glazed with rough organic glazes outside and are smooth inside, and some have […]
Helen is a local ceramic artist working from her home studio. She hand-throws unique and beautiful stoneware pieces combining a palette of complementary glazes. Both tableware and decorative […]
Jane makes contemporary wall-based ceramic sculpture. Her work explores what is natural and unnatural – between plant, material culture, body and earth. Recent shows include Sarah Staton’s ‘SupaStore […]
From paintings to sculpture, see our display to experience the work of the many talented individuals who explore their creativity at our craft and garden workshops.