Merging pottery
and sculpture

My stoneware and porcelain ceramic forms are a unique mix of wheel thrown pottery and hand built sculpture, that depict British wildlife asleep within the flora (such as foxtail and Yorkshire fog). The inspiration for my sculptures evoke the golden age of British childrens illustration, such as Beatrix Potter and Walter Crane (Aesop’s Fables).

My work is also an ode to the ceramics industry, which I have grown to love. This being the sculpture, wheel thrown pottery and the sgraffito techniques used to create each piece.

I hope to depict a unique take on the British countryside that is also contemporary in form and beautiful to look at.

Handmade Ceramic Sculptures

Art that evokes nostalgia

Starting from the ground up, with a passion to create art thats feels at home

Entirely self taught, I have been working with ceramics since I can remember. First discovering the joys of clay whilst playing in the farmers fields my mother kept her horses. I would entertain myself by sculpting animals out of the raw clay and allowing the sun to dry each piece. Little did I know this would become a life long obsession.

Later in life I adapted my artistic skills into a 15 year career within the digital industry, directing a team of independent website designers and developers and creating one of the industries leading multinational, white label digital agencies.

Although successful, I never fully felt fulfilled in the day to day and would often return to my passion of ceramic sculpture, studying every aspect (from mass production to modern techniques) as a hobby.

In 2019 I decided to take the plunge and focus my spare time creating a range of small ceramic gifts to sell at the local artisan markets. I have been blessed to find a strong client base, who have been keen to see my sculptural forms evolve into the gallery range I offer today.

In brief, my work is an accumulation of my childhood, my love of the ceramics industry and the encouragement received from the wonderful artisan community.

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Stockists & Exhibitions

Antler Gallery, Portland Oregon, USA

2728 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211, United States | Nov 2022

Warm Springs Gallery, Virginia USA

12 Katydid Trail, Warm Springs, VA 24484, United States

New Brewery Arts, Cirencester, Cotswolds UK

Brewery Court, Cricklade St, Cirencester GL7 1JH

Ferrers Gallery, Ashby-de-la-Zouch UK

Ferrers Centre, Melbourne Rd, Ashby-de-la-Zouch LE65 1RW

Eden Gallery & Tearooms, Newburgh UK

Course Ln, Newburgh, Wigan WN8 7UB

Fisherton Mill, Salisbury, Wiltshire UK

108 Fisherton St, Salisbury SP2 7QY

Artysan, Stow-on-the-Wold UK

Howman House, The Square, Stow-on-the-Wold GL54 1AF

Dotty Gallery, Melton Mowbray UK

The Ferns, 12 Main St, Twyford, Melton Mowbray LE14 2HU

Brightwater Gallery, Alnwick UK

10 Narrowgate, Alnwick NE66 1JG

Found Gallery, Dunbar UK

84 High St, Dunbar EH42 1JH

Gallery 23, New Mills UK

12 Union Rd, New Mills, High Peak SK22 3ES

Arc Gallery, Chester UK

4 Commonhall Street, off Bridge St, Chester CH1 2BJ | ONLINE ONLY

Bankside Gallery, London UK

48 Hopton St, London SE1 9JH | June 15th - 26th

RBSA Gallery, Birmingham UK

4 Brook St, Birmingham B3 1SA | Nov 2nd - 13th 2021

Oxmarket Gallery, Chichester UK

St Andrews Court, Chichester PO19 1YH | August 3rd - 15th 2021