Individually hand crafted pottery and ceramic figures. Creative Pottery and imaginative design. Each piece of pottery is unique, exclusive and hand crafted by Lisa Bruna Cridland from her Pottery Studio at home in Cranleigh, Surrey, UK.
"My ceramics are inspired through my passion for creating interesting and unique designs..."
Bespoke service: If you see a piece of pottery or design that you like, a similar item can be crafted and tailored to suit your personal tastes, colours, etc.
In her Lancashire studio Katy creates contemporary sculptural ceramic vessels and jewellery, impressed with marks and splashed with colour - inspired by photographs taken whilst travelling extensively. Katy’s jewellery is created from black vulcan clay or high fired porcelain which are both strong and durable in order to give two distinct ranges of work. Her individually created sculptural vessels are coil formed with textured black clay and are a celebration of form, material and mark making. The marks made on Katy’s work are created with man-made objects such as screws and nails found on the street, or from parts of circuit boards salvaged from abandoned electrical goods. This way of impressing marks into clay is a reflection of her long-held fascination with the concept of future fossils and how the throw away nature of modern life affects the land. You can follow me on twitter @KONceramics or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Katyoneilceramicjewellery
I hand build ceramic vases, bowls and creature-style vessels, embellished with a variety of textures and geometric lines, using a combination of Art Deco, Egyptian and Retro styles.
All my work is created through hand-coiling and press moulding to give true individuality to each piece, down to the finishes, vibrant glazes and metallic lustres.
I have been commissioned for a wide range of galleries in the UK and abroad and I have exhibited at Whitleys, The New Designers, The Midsummer Art Fair at Teddington and The Thomas Kettle Gallery in Covent Garden. I am also a member of The Teddington Artists and The Craft Movement.
Please contact me if you would like to discuss a commission, or you are interested in purchasing a piece of ceramic art. I may have some vases and bowls available that are similar to those shown in the gallery.
The End Room is literally the end room of a 17th century farmhouse in the picturesque hamlet of Newton. Artists Steve and Barbara Leaning have turned a room of their home into a studio and gallery to showcase a mix of contemporary and traditional ceramics, painting and sculpture. Handmade original studio pottery. Ranging from crisp contemporary design pieces to creative art ceramics and traditional ethnic coil pots. Distinctive as well as practical they enhance any home.
Resident potter Steve Leaning specializes in making slab built pots in stoneware, from simple little boxes up to large decorative pieces. Barbara's pots are hand coiled each slowly evolving a shape of its own - no two are ever the same.