Clink St Ceramics Display “The Light Of The Past Into The Future’

A display of new works at Click Street Ceramics from the 23/09 until the 30/11 2023

For this particular display my main influences are Jomon culture Dogū (from prehistoric Japan) and Pre-Columbian figurines from Central and South America. These are the launching pad from which my imagination took flight, incorporating aspects of the natural world, and visions of the future.

My craft techniques include throwing and hand building, exploring the use of clay in its more primitive form, using ancient firing processes such as smoke firing to achieve specific combinations of natural colours, without the use of glazing materials.

Material qualities are intensified by the traces of the fire, utilising the elements of water, air and earth in the form of clay in all their infinite variety, producing results with earthy colours and patterns giving a unique character, form and beauty to the pieces.

More info about a celebratory event to mark the beginning of the display will follow soon!


If you are visiting Margate or live near by, don’t forget to visit Mui folkware gift shop!

This shop homes objects that resonate myth folklore and embrace process and handmade beauty.

You would find a selection of my dogu figures, and other beautiful works from different makers.

7 Thanet Rd, Margate, Kent, CT9 1UA

Triangle Ceramics @ Space Pop Up 8-22June 2023

Discover a curated selection of ceramic objects made by Hackney-based makers, artists and designers, and help to support local independent craft and design.

Triangle Ceramics London comprises a group of 10 ceramicists based in Space Triangle Studios in Mare Street. It was the obvious and natural joining of four different studios that had a common medium and interest: clay!
Twice yearly they come together to hold a pop-up shop on Mare Street and this year is their first time to be part of E8 Art and Craft Trail.
Their hope is to welcome the community of Hackney and showcase the diversity and talent of the ceramicists.