My ceramics practice is underpinned by an ecological approach, sourcing and processing local dug, Weald Clay.
I find and source this unique, ferrous-rich, clay material as it offers many exciting discoveries, such as its earthy, coarse qualities and potential to fire to stoneware temperatures. I exploit the material by combining thrown and hand-built components to create distinctive vessel and sculptural forms. I allow the alchemy and interplay between material and process to inform the outcome of my work.
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|Rebecca Gillingham (Harvest Jug and I) at University of Brighton, Mie, Eastbourne Pottery Studio (practitioner on the wheel)
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