burnished smoked formsAntonia Salmon

original

Antonia Salmon’s burnished and smoke fired vessels and sculptural pieces belong to a modern tradition of British sculpture that refine…

View Work

vesselsAshley Howard

original

Ashley Howard is a maker of individual pots of considerable power and energy, a potter interested in the seductive freedom the wheel can…

View Work

slipware vesselsBarry Stedman

original

Barry Stedman is an unusually free and fluid glazer, his very painterly and intimate pots evoking the colours and textures of weather, s…

View Work

anagama wood fireBen Brierley

original

A distinguished maker of wood-fired pots, Ben Brierley was educated in ceramics at Wolverhampton University and the University of Wales …

View Work

porcelainChris Keenan

Chris Keenan

Chris Keenan makes beautifully glazed thrown tableware and individual pieces. A technically very gifted maker, this actor turned potter …

View Work

landscapesCraig Underhill

original

Craig Underhill’s slab-built vessels are essentially three-dimensional canvasses for his richly abstract painting and marking. These o…

View Work

slipwareDylan Bowen

original

Dylan Bowen is essentially the action painter of British studio ceramics, bringing a new energy to the surface of clay with his rhythmic…

View Work

oil fired porcelainEddie Curtis

Eddie Curtis

Born in County Durham, Eddie Curtis is still based there, where he shares a workshop with his wife Margaret. He trained at Bath Academy …

View Work

porcelain miniaturesGeoffrey Swindell

Geoffrey Swindell

Geoffrey Swindell’s art is unlike any other, a ceramic original who has been making his richly imaginative miniaturist art for some fo…

View Work

soda fired bowlsJack Doherty

original

Jack Doherty’s soda-fired porcelain bowls have added new subtleties of colour to British ceramics, their richly nuanced slip-coated su…

View Work

salt glazed formsJeremy Nichols

original

The potential austerity of simply surfaced saltglaze allows potters to consider the ramifications of form, aided by the quiet variations…

View Work

porcelainJoanna Howells

Joanna Howells

Joanna Howells’ generously conceived porcelain, in which she predominantly works, has a crisp clarity and robustness that recalls some…

View Work

one off vesselsJohn Higgins

original

John Higgins brings a freshness and freedom to British ceramics, whether one is looking at his splendidly painterly platters or his thro…

View Work

soda & gas firedJohn Jelfs

original

John Jelfs, based in Bourton-on-the-Water, where he runs a pottery with his wife Jude, makes beautifully glazed stoneware in the Leach t…

View Work

slipwareJohn Pollex

original

John Pollex’s pots are, like their maker’s personality, larger than life. His vivid luminous ceramics, essentially vehicles for his …

View Work

earthenware & porcelainKevin de Choisy

original

One of the leading potters to graduate from Harrow School of Art, Kevin de Choisy subsequently worked as a production thrower in industr…

View Work

parian vesselsLara Scobie

original

Lara Scobie’s clear-cut slip-cast in parian clay with its crisp simple forms and fresh abstract decoration would add a frisson to any …

View Work

stoneware & celadonMargaret Curtis

original

Margaret Curtis’s highly distinctive pots – lidded jars and caddies, bottles and vases, tea bowls, sake cups – show her ability to…

View Work

stoneware & porcelainMatthew Blakely

original

Matthew Blakely’s wheel-thrown porcelain and stoneware is a rich interaction of clay and glaze. His generally simple forms – bowls, …

View Work

earthenwarePaul Young

original

Paul Young is very much a modern celebrant of the great Staffordshire tradition of slipware, but also of the broader inheritance of Euro…

View Work

oxidised stonewarePeter Beard

original

Peter Beard is a maker of vessels and sculptural pieces. Richly glazed, his forms can have an almost sentinel and totemic presence, the …

View Work

coiled & pinched formsRachel Wood

original

Rachel Wood is an inventive thrower and handbuilder whose complexly layered work powerfully invokes the colours and strata of the landsc…

View Work

potterRichard Godfrey

original

Message from Peter Ward, Online Ceramics owner:

Richard Godfrey, a brilliant and much loved potter passed away o…

View Work

thrown earthenwareRichard Phethean

original

Born in South East London, Richard Phethean studied ceramics at Camberwell College of Art and Crafts, and worked with Colin Pearson and …

View Work

slab built saltglazeRuth King

original

Ruth King is one of Britain’s pre-eminent salt glaze potters, an artist who, on the face of it, makes vessels of great simplicity. But…

View Work

thrown vesselsTanya Gomez

original

Tanya Gomez’s crisp and incisive porcelain concentrates mainly on the cylinder, her pieces very much about the processes of throwing, …

View Work

high fired stonewareTerry Bell Hughes

original

A distinguished graduate of Harrow School of Art, Terry Bell Hughes, along with his wife Beverley, worked with Denise and Rosemary Wren …

View Work

smoke fired & rakuTim Andrews

original

Tim Andrews is one of our best known makers of raku, producing strong sculptural forms with considerable technical command and knowledge…

View Work

burnished stonewareTina Vlassopulos

original

London-based Tina Vlassopulos is a leading hand-builder of vessel-based sculptural forms. Educated at Bristol Polytechnic, she makes pie…

View Work

contemporary lustreTony Laverick

Tony Laverick

Tony Laverick’s luminous pots, made in black and translucent porcelain, combine fields of vivid and more austere colours, geometric pr…

View Work

salt glaze & earthenwareWalter Keeler

original

A potter of international reputation, Walter Keeler has done much to reinvent the language of British functional ceramics over the past …

View Work

All photographs and text are © Online Ceramics 2017

Connect with Facebook
Accepted payment methods
Online Ceramics