C.H.R. Ceramics, Chris Hepworth raku ceramics, hand thrown contemporary raku ceramics, close to the river Deben, Woodbrige, Suffolk. A range of copper matte and coloured gloss crackle raku ceramics, a website with images and videos of the raku process.
Chris Hawkins, makes handthrown Raku studio ceramics from his workshop in the tamar valley bordering Cornwall. Copper Matt's are his speciality after 30 years creating earthenware, stoneware and now raku.
Cotswold Clay Days provide a two day making and raku firing experience for both complete beginners and more advanced ceramicists alike. Groups of 3 or 4 people (individuals or friends) can make and fire ceramics in a small and friendly environment with the added bonus of a home cooked lunch!
Eleanor Newell creates elegant & sophisticated ceramic interior design objects including both decorative & functional items. Her pottery is primarily wheel thrown and Raku fired, and each unique piece is available for purchase in her online gallery, shop and also exhibited nationally in art galleries.
Ceramic workshops, private pottery tuition, pottery throwing lessons & individually tailored courses are available at Eleanor Newell's pottery studio in rural Penwith.
Welcome to John Hine Pottery and the Crackle Pattern Pottery website. I hope you find it stimulating, rewarding and interesting. The second firing, which is called Raku, is the process that gives us the crackle pattern for which we are famous. The website will tell you more about what we do.
Situated at Askett in Buckinghamshire, Chris Bull works at Meadowcroft Pottery in mostly in stoneware, making domestic and decorative ware. She also produces raku and the website shows some of her work. She takes commisions for commemorative items, including slipware.
Patricia Shone uses combinations of hand building and throwing to make her highly textured work. Colours are developed by a variety of firing methods; from low temperature raku to oxidised earthenware and recently wood fired to get to stoneware temperatures with locally grown fuel. This, along with a growing interest in throwing and function, has brought her work closer to its source, the land and how we live upon it.
We make a range of hand-built Raku fired studio pottery to our own designs from our workshop in mid-Wales. Our range includes animal and bird figures, thrown bowls, and extruded forms. Our work is sold throughout the UK in shops and galleries, many on the Crafts Council selected list, or can be purchased direct by a visit or mail order.