Unique, tactile ceramics and sculpture for interiors and gardens.
Vibrant mixed media artworks.
Welcome, thank you so much for visiting my website, I do hope you will enjoy browsing.
My current work reflects influences drawn from folk art, mythology, mid-century design and Iznik pottery as well as the beautiful coast and countryside of my surroundings. A starting point may be a sketch, photograph, perhaps a seed head from my garden or even a poem. All are rich sources of inspiration. These factors have all combined to produce a versatile body of work, varying in scale from ceramic jewellery to statues and encompassing a variety of techniques including mixed media and art works. A significant body of my recent work has been sculptural and figurative commission pieces.
Alongside these sculptural pieces, my range of contemporary hand built and thrown decorative ware is constantly evolving and I enjoy stretching the capabilities of the various clays I use, as well as experimenting with glazes and surface decoration. Much of this work embraces nature and coastal living.
Whilst some ceramics are currently available, where sold, similar pieces can be made to order, so do please get in touch if there’s something that catches your eye. For information on prices, availability or to purchase a piece of work from this site please do not hesitate to contact me. It is easy for me to reply and there is no obligation to buy. Enquiries for commissioned bespoke pieces are also welcomed.
Latest from my blog
I am currently absorbed in making a new head planter commission that I have given the working title of Rebecca. She is being made to quite precise specifications, so drawing ideas for approval which incorporated the design brief were essential. The making process is now complete and she is slowly drying before bisque firing, glazing & re- firing. Her design … Continue reading Rebecca
Introducing Violetta,my response to Rosie Sandler’s poem entitled ‘Losing your Temper’. She is a society lady, who has been taking herself a little too seriously. She is wearing her favourite fascinator to one of ‘The Season’s’ events and has discovered that a bird has had the cheek to nest in it. Her initial reaction was anger,but she soon realises the … Continue reading Ekphrasis : Violetta