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  • Anthony Eccles - Ceramics
    all of these are importantly very familiar to me and make up and enliven the pot s surface imagery I allow the soft slabs to naturally rounden at the edges whilst rolling out the clay encouraging the edges to stress and tear The organic style of construction echoes the theme of landscape I draw in to the leather hard slab keeping the marks loose and abstract and so open to

    Original URL path: http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/anthonyeccles (2016-04-29)
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  • Oxfordshire Craft Guild - Traditional Crafts Contemporary Design
    aol com web www northmarstonpottery co uk I established my pottery in 1991 in a 17th Century thatched barn Here I produce a wide range of thrown stoneware and porcelain Blue green turquoise and white glazes are created with the addition of copper cobalt and tin oxides Hand thrown forms and press moulded dishes are enhanced by the double dipping and overlapping of glazes resulting in subtle abstract qualities reflecting

    Original URL path: http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/marcfraser (2016-04-29)
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  • Tam Frishberg stoneware potter
    short courses in throwing and attended Bucks and Chilterns University College on an ad hoc basis for several years studying glaze making and extending my throwing skills I love being part of the ancient tradition of forming from earth and fire vessels that people can use Stoneware clay is ideal for such work as it is not only robust but lends itself to the subtle colours that I find aesthetically

    Original URL path: http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/tamfrishberg (2016-04-29)
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  • Nathalie Hamill Ceramist
    btopenworld com web www nathaliehamill com I am a ceramics artist living and working in Oxfordshire I specialise in Raku firing Many of my pieces are stylised representations of animals such as bears sheep birds and fish I do like to ensure that the ceramics I produce are very tactile I have a mechanical engineering degree from Belgium with a Masters in Thermal Power from Cranfield UK This helps me

    Original URL path: http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/nathaliehamill (2016-04-29)
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  • Oxfordshire Craft Guild - Traditional Crafts Contemporary Design
    before moving to England to study ceramics at the Royal College of Art Inspired by the collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum I became fascinated with the endless possibilities for colour and texture in glazes at high temperatures and the application of these in layers with free painterly brush strokes to produce unique combinations on my pots The shapes are mostly thrown in a fine white stone ware clay

    Original URL path: http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/janehanson (2016-04-29)
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  • Andrew Hazelden - Ceramics
    self employed at Aldermaston and used the workshop there until 2006 It was March 2007 that the The Yarnton Pottery opened in the old smithy stable building I have carried on the earthenware tin glaze tradition and have very recently started producing reduction fired lustre Tin Glaze the use of tin as an opacifier in the glaze goes back to ancient Persia in the 9th century spreading though Europe and

    Original URL path: http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/andrewhazelden (2016-04-29)
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  • Oxfordshire Craft Guild - Traditional Crafts Contemporary Design
    London and later having moved to Oxford I continued at the College of Further Education In 1983 I became a full member of the OCG and have been active in it ever since I used to work in stoneware and Raku but now have limited myself to Raku only My methods are wheel and handbuilding and I make all my own glazes The postfiring process of reduction and smoke can

    Original URL path: http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/edithholt (2016-04-29)
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  • Oxfordshire Craft Guild - Traditional Crafts Contemporary Design
    Forum Members Home Members Photos Members Upload Jeanne Jackson Member email Jeanne jackson9 btinternet com I have potted and taught in Oxfordshire for 25 years I moved here from London where I had one of the first Space Studios in Docklands I studied ceramics at art schools in Bristol and New York State After working predominately in stoneware and porcelain I have recently produced a set of work in tin

    Original URL path: http://www.oxfordshirecraftguild.co.uk/jeannejackson (2016-04-29)
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