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Here I am in my studio throwing a small mug. Each piece is unique, handmade on a potter’s wheel, painted and glazed with considerable care and fired to 1,260C. The high temperature makes them strong, oven and dishwasher safe.

These pots celebrate the serving and sharing of food. Their decoration reflects my relationship with the natural world, especially the leaves, flowers and insects to be found in my small London garden. We enter our garden for best wildlife garden competitions. I will say if we ever win!

It was whilst teaching a history of ceramics course at Croydon College of Art and Design that I discovered my own style. Since then I have done extensive research into slips, liquid coloured clays, which can still be seen even under opaque high temperature glazes. Some large plates break and so I have flat pieces of stoneware, which could be used for mosaics.

Some of my red pots from Gallery 1 will be exhibited at Stotts Nursery, Stokenchurch, 10am to 4:30pm Tuesday 16 June to Saturday 20 June during Bucks Art Weeks. Tea/coffee and gluten free cake will be available. To access from the M40 Junction 5, drive south on the Ibstone Road and turn left for Stotts Nursery and the exhibition.

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