Recognised for her sculptural forms that combine different techniques including throwing and handbuilding, Jo Taylor takes us step-by-step through the different process she uses to create her unique pieces
The ancient Chinese art of Nerikomi involves layering different coloured clays to create pattern and texture. Barbara Gittings takes us step-by-step through this fascinating process.
Artist and maker Katie Timson combines her passion for nature with her love of clay to create vessels and jewellery influenced by rocks, pebbles, eggshells and found objects. CR spoke to the emerging maker to find out more about her tactile organic pieces
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
A major exhibition, The Journey of Things, brings together ceramic artist Magdalene Odundo’s pots with a diverse selection of objects made over the last 5000 years. Ahead of its opening, we spoke to Odundo and the Hepworth Wakefield’s curator Andrew Bonacina to learn more