Marion Brandis is a much loved German-born ceramicist working from her studio in Lewes, East Sussex. Marion is know for her stunning collections of ceramic animals. Featuring intricate detailing, each work is unique, brimming with personality and charm. We had a recent chat with Marion to find out more about her creative process.
Alex Sickling is an illustrator and ceramicist based in Newcastle, UK. She graduated from Leeds College of Art in 2012. Alex's work explores the process of image making through ceramic objects, creating both functional and decorative pieces. We had a recent chat with Alex to find out more about her creative process.
Kinska's magical collection of porcelain hand-built vessels and ceramic figurines have amassed much admiration, culminating in a recent solo show for Anthropologie UK. We managed to get a sneak peek into the studio of the up and coming artist.
Kate Russell is the maker behind Skratch Ceramics, working out of her beautiful garden studio in South Wales. We have fallen in love with Kate's pinch pots; each work is hand built using white stoneware before being decorated with sgraffito resulting a highly tactile and unique bowl that nestles perfectly in the palm of your hand. Find out more!
At the Two Kats and a Cow Gallery John Marshall is the man behind the cow. We catch up with him in his studio - a converted dairy barn in rural Sussex to discover more about his processes and inspiration.
The influence of the sea has inspired many great artists, writers and musicians.This week on Instagram using the hashtag #sevenseas we’ve been posting a picture a day looking at Kathryn Matthews and Katty McMurray’s approach to capturing the sea throughout their oil paintings, resulting in a quick Q&A with the two Kats.