I work as a production potter, wheeltrowing functional ware as my main practice is my main source of income as a crafter.
I also make larger one-of-a-kind pieces for art exhibitions. These pieces are more complicated pieces where I use a lot of different tecniques as wheelthrowing, altering, handbuilding, pinching etc. I work a lot with experimenting with glazes, and these experiments are shown off in different ways in my larger pieces.
What craft do you work with?
Creating in stoneware clay by using throwing, altering and building technique, with slip and several different glazes.
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Other Craft Practitioners
Intertwining tradition and innovation, my work is rooted in Irish culture, crafting designs that resonate with our collective spirit.
I make wearable artworks that revolve around the head, the neck and sculptural hats.
Sigrun Tronshart Kjellmark
Playful, eccentric, charming
Currently studying BA (Hons) Design Crafts at Swansea College of Art, UWTSD.
Signe Fink Nørgaard
I work with a mixture of textile printing, crochet sculptures, illustrations and paper cuts.
An inquisitive approach to materials
Passionate, creative, innovative, problem-solver
As a craftsperson working with plant dyes, I have a particular interest in exploring how we can aid better connection, understanding and appreciation of our natural world through the use of traditional crafts.
I do woodworking, knitting, analogue photography and ceramics.