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New work by Eddie Curtis

Eddie Curtis holding wrap jar

We love the rich red glaze Eddie Curtis manages to produce in his oil fired kiln he built himself over 25 years ago. The glaze appears fluid and has a real depth to it. Just take a look at take a look at the detailed close-up shots we have taken of the stoneware ‘wrap jar’ […]

Traditional slipware with a modern twist

Although the Online Ceramics Gallery brings you 22 brilliantly talented and influential contemporary studio potters – we haven’t finished yet! Paul Young will be the latest artist to join us. Paul is heavily influenced by traditional English and European slipware, particularly eighteenth century Staffordshire wares. Paul has over 25 years professional experience and is currently […]

Serene thrown porcelain

Chris Keenan produces beautifully crafted thrown porcelain work. His celadon and tenmoku glazes are divine, they exude elegance and quality. Peter Ward, the founder of the Online Ceramics Gallery, visited Chris at his south London studio and together they chose 14 new pieces for the gallery. Peter said, ‘I’m confident Chris and I have selected […]

New Forms, New Textures new exhibition

Eddie Curtis and Margaret Curtis are holding a joint exhibition at the Contemporary Ceramics Centre, the UK’s premier gallery for studio pottery, in central London. Eddie and Margaret are highly regarded potters and are each ‘fellows’ of the prestigious British Craft Potters Association. The show entitled ‘New Forms, New Textures’ opened on 8 November and […]

New works by Craig Underhill

West Midlands based potter Craig Underhill produces vessels with texture and depth at his Stourbridge studio. Eager to provide you with the widest selection of works by our potters, the Online Ceramics Gallery have added seven new pots by Craig Underhill to the website. This means you can now enjoy 16 original works by Craig. […]