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Studio Ceramics

[ezcol_3quarter]My ideas and inspiration come from the beautiful Cornish coastline/countryside and whenever possible, materials for my pots are sourced locally and made completely from scratch including paper-porcelain for my latest work.



Stoneware clays come from a quarry in St Agnes and very often, I use ‘found’ ingredients collected when out walking that can include beach sand, river mud, twigs covered in lichen or odds and ends that the tide brings in.



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All pieces are either thrown on the wheel or hand-built from stoneware and porcelain clay – sometimes a combination of both – before being twice-fired in an electric kiln, first to 1040°C and then glazed to 1240°C.


[ezcol_3quarter]I show my ceramics in various South West galleries and continue to do that; I am also very pleased to be a part of the The Craft Kiln at The Old Workshop in Charlestown. [/ezcol_3quarter] [ezcol_1quarter_end]jane-suchodolski-studio-ceramics-bowl[/ezcol_1quarter_end]