A life-long supporter of the CPA, Viscount Eccles is donating some of his collection of studio pottery in aid of the Craft Pottery Charitable Trust. Alex McErlain visits him to see the collection and find out more about his generous bequest
Future Heritage at Decorex is a platform for craft to make an impact on the world of interior design. Curator Corinne Julius explains the aims of the show and why ceramics have been a key element since its inception
Jason Wood of Adam Partridge Auctioneers and Valuers picks out the ceramic highlights and market trends from the past 18 months and looks forward to a special auction of contemporary work taking place at the British Ceramics Biennial in October
Mitch Pilkington’s curvaceous pots are inspired by organic forms found on the coast. We caught up with the artist after she exhibited at One Year In at New Designers to find out more about her background, influences and techniques
Ceramic artist Adele Howitt discusses the history of Hornsea Pottery, the value of its ranges on today’s market, and a new art installation in the seaside town, created to celebrate the pottery’s distinctive designs
Finding shards of blue and white china as a child led Australian ceramic artist Stephen Bowers on a technical and symbolic journey of discovery. Here he discusses how the fragmented images have influenced his own richly decorated ceramics.
Time spent in South Korea had a huge impact on Phil Rogers. Inspired by the local Buncheong pottery, here he discusses the influence the style of making has had on his own work and the wider world of Western studio pottery.
Emerging potter Charlie Collier makes traditional domestic ware inspired by wood-fired pottery and his apprenticeship as a production flowerpot thrower. Here he discusses the impact these influences have had on his work and making process.