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[gallery type="rectangular" ids="1168,1169,1171"] I've recently been finding lots of things that appeal to me in the colour blue, mainly around the home. And, almost by accident I've also been re-discovering lines....

I've just sent off a selection of pieces to the Junction Art Gallery in Woodstock (Oxfordshire). It might be the name Woodstock making me feel wistful and reflective (and just a...

I got back from Earth and Fire at Rufford in Nottinhamhsire this week and am just recovering from the experience! It was exhausting but also really rewarding. I had a...

I'm getting my work ready for Earth and Fire at Rufford in Nottinhamhsire next week. I've got a fresh batch of pieces out of the kiln and I'm looking forward...

Alongside making vessels, I have another side to my work; making curious utensils or ambiguous objects. I've recently created some more of these small and obscure things using my usual materials...

A selection of my work will shortly be available at the Bircham Gallery in Holt in Norfolk. The gallery has a fantastic selection of contemporary studio ceramics along with a...

I've now had two firings to cone 10 in my new kiln. The first one contained lots of pots that didn't matter if things went wrong. Luckily, things went fairly...

Its taken some time to get my new gas kiln going but I'm finally getting close to doing my first firing in it. The bespoke swivelling flue is installed, the...

Being a bit of a Southern Jessie myself, its always great to have my work travel further afield! So, I'm very excited to have some of my ceramics in galleries...

This week I fired another group in my series of celadon vessels. The firing went very smoothly, and the pots came out looking good. I'm still sharing space in a...