Amanda creates figurative and representational work in ceramics, mixed media and textiles and this develops her love of clay, paper and fabric.
Lucy works mainly with stoneware creating functional tableware and more ornamental pieces. She is fascinated by the transformation which occurs in pottery and is experimenting with pit and barrel firing to create one off unique pieces.
David works mainly in stoneware, combining functionality with beauty in a palette of neutral colours, which reflect the soft hues and tones of the Devon landscape.
Caroline explores the use of slip and oxide decorations on thrown and hand built forms. She continues to search for natural wild clays and minerals on her walks and experiments in ways to use them in Ceramics.
Alison specialises in slip-decorated stoneware featuring sea-green, turquoise and light-blue hues.
Jess first found a love of ceramics at an evening class when living in Vancouver.
Alys's love affair with clay started some years ago when she moved to Devon.
Verran is a maker and a teacher, encouraging all to explore the wonderful world of ceramics.
Nikki's professional working life as a photographer has influenced her ceramic work. She employs sgraffito, decals, hand-building and thrown forms to express her art.
Tor has always had an affinity to the sea, surfing and all things ocean, her ceramics started to show a conceptual narrative to the sea, and with glazing tones and textures, a natural
connection between land and sea developed.
Janice works mainly with stoneware, she hand builds and throws to make both functional tableware and ornamental vessels.
Julia uses a variety of clay bodies - blended, recycled and locally foraged.