Carol Udale

Carol Udale

Carol Udale Fine Artist

Carol started out as a potter and then moved onto painting and printing. In March 2013 she combined all three disciplines and now produces her own designs on fine bone china mugs and also produces coasters.  Carol also draws and paints regularly and has developed a new range of watercolours, loosely based on her walks with Daisy the dog.

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Angie Hoopert

Angie Hoopert

Angie Hoopert Fine Artist

Graduating from Bristol with a degree in Graphic Design/Illustration, Angie lives in Mold, North Wales and works from her top floor studio. Working in oils, the Welsh land, sea and skyscapes are the subject of her paintings. Angie finds oil paint the perfect medium due to its fluidity and movement and finds it works well when applied thinly.

She says she has a tendency towards much blending and the building up of layers n a attempt to achieve an element of transparency and a haziness of light.

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Simon Shaw

Simon Shaw

Simon Shaw Ceramicist

Simon Shaw Ceramics. Simon studied at Wirral College of Art and Design & Braintree College, Essex, after which he was employed in various UK workshops.  After working abroad for several years, he returned to Merseyside in 1997 and established his own workshop.

Simon’s work is mainly thrown using stoneware clay with porcelain, Raku clay and glass additions. Barium based glazes give a textured, matt finish using a colour palette of blues, greens and lilacs.

 

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Julie Fewster

Julie Fewster

Julie Fewster Ceramicist

Born by the sea and growing up in a village, Julie is particularly drawn to natural organic forms. Julie’s current work concentrates on slip casting, mainly with porcelain.  The work expresses the tension of opposites, between soft forms and hard materials, between control and chance, and between fleeting movement and stillness.  She seeks to capture quietness in reaction to the constant noise of modern living.  Julie enjoys walking the line between sculpture and functional, dipping into each, sometimes combining the two, in a desire to create objects that want to be touched, loved and used.

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Ben Fosker

Ben Fosker

Ben Fosker Ceramicist

Although my work is contemporary; it involves a deep exploration of the traditions of earthenware and English slipware. I feel an affinity for the artisan potters who inhabited the English countryside of the past, often making both functional and figurative ware, resulting in works of art for display and enjoyment.

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