A catalogue of results
These images are finished pieces from a number of clients,
most with no previous experience with clay.
A selection of works by clients.
this is what is possible in one day using the techniques I have developed over the years.
Absolutely no experience is needed.
Lunch in the fabulous Phoenix Kitchen on site is included in
the price of just £130. As is all materials and firings.
A glass of Prosecco will be waiting to get the afternoon off with fizz.
Workshops in progress
Workshops in progress.
A voyage of discovery into your creative centre.
I can help make your ideas come to life.
The beauty of interpretation within quite a limited range of moulds never ceases to amaze me.
My ladies (and a few gents) have introduced new ideas into the process and we all keep learning.
Any design is possible, some more at risk of failing than others, but discussion during the process usually avoids any mishaps.
The image above is one of my own that cracked in the final firing. These cracks if not fatal can be filled and enhanced using the Japanese art of 'Kintsugi'. This process fills the crack with a medium and is then gilded to make a feature of the perceived flaw.
Sadly this one blew off the wall in a fierce wind, so this image is
all that's left.
My focus has always leaned toward the figurative, drawing on inspiration from the Arts and Crafts movement, Art Nouveau and classical sculpture.
Bernini is a favourite. I love the organic shapes that Alphonse Mucha used in all his work. He is more known for his posters in the 19th century, but his sculpture was phenomenal.
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