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7 London Potters (UK):

Vivienne Foley,
(Hand thrown, classical and abstract porcelains) ("The basis of her
technique is classical wheel throwing and turning.")

Alexandra Mitchell (and Chris Bramble)
(High-fired earthenware jiggered or jolleyed hand-painted ware and
wheel thrown vases by Chris Bramble. Each piece is painted with
coloured slips in 5 or 6 layers. These are then sanded down and
covered with a transparent glaze. A pattern is applied with a further
glaze. The work is fired a total of 3 times.)

Sean Miller,
(Domestic slipware pottery including)

Michael Posner,
(Thrown or press moulded ware)

Lucy Smith,
(Decorative garden sculpture in glazed fired clay)

Lubna Chowdhary,
(Dramatic tiles glazed in saturated bands of colour and furniture with
tiles included in the design)

Chris Barnes (Moving to Morven, Scotland in July)
(Thrown functional jugs and other pottery - banded glaze decoration is
delightfully "loose." Pot forms are traditional to somewhat "relaxed."

(To see work you will need Flash 6 installed.)

2 Orkney potters

John Struthers (Island of Burray, Orkney, Scotland, UK)
(Contemporary stoneware and porcelain vessels influenced by prehistoric
pottery forms especially as found in the many ancient sites in the
Orkney Islands to the north of Scotland and early historic forms such
as celtic and cycladic types)

Andrew Appleby (Harray, Mainland, Orkney, Scotland, UK)
(Also has a studio in France)

Helen, in thundery Belleville, Ontario (who once ordered some of Andrew
Appleby's superb smoked Scottish Salmon - YUM!)

Helen Bates (Belleville, Ontario, Canada)
Clayarters' Websites:

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