Daily Archives: October 22, 2014

Penny Ascough

Creating individual hand made pottery began in 1986 with evening classes in Langley College. I have spent many years developing skills on the wheel and I enjoy making pieces that are functional. Over the past 5 years I have returned to hand building pottery inspired by living next to an ancient wood and enjoying growing […]



Carolyn Blackwell

Carolyn was introduced to ceramics whilst training as a teacher in Leeds and has sustained an interest through evening classes whilst pursuing her teaching career. Her main focus is thrown tableware, although she also produces some hand built sculptural pieces. She draws inspiration from both traditional and modern ceramics and enjoys the excitement of raku firing.

Jackie Earley

“My work arises directly from my relationship with clay.  It represents a dialogue;  a conversation of action and reaction. I find clay an irresistible material, I love its malleability and its capacity to retain form.  I enjoy playing with clay trying to respond to it spontaneously, and then endeavour to preserve and enhance the textures and […]

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