View Image Gallery Anne Foxley(Full member)Tel: +44 (0)1799 522631 Email:
My interest lies in making large pots for the garden and the conservatory, to be used as planters but also to provide decorative elements in landscapes in their own right. The human face is used to decorate each piece. Faces from Greek coins, Indian and African sculptures and advertising from the 20th Century up to the present day are all influences.
Nearly all of my work is suitable for outside use.
Current Work and Availability
I am currently working on pieces for use inside. I’m interested in giving the work an aged / antiqued appearance.
The pots are hand-built using both coil and slab building methods in Crank stoneware clay using applied decoration of facial features in natural colours fired to 1280 C. in a reduction firing using mainly oxides and dry matt glazes using a gas fired top loading kiln.
Studied at Bath Academy of Art. Ceramics was my specialist subject in a broad based art school -teacher training course.
I have taught art and ceramics throughout my working life. I taught secondary school pupils up to “A” Level, evening classes and also worked for the Bell Language School using Art and Ceramics to ' teach' English to foreign students.
Corsham Contacts, Harleston Gallery
Haddenham Gallery, Cambs.
Parkfields Gallery Ross on Wye
Gallery Upstairs Summer Exhibitions 09/ 08/ 07/ 06 Henley in Arden, Warks.
Outside Art 09
Outside Art 2010
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Contact DetailsStudio Address: 26 Shepherds Way, Saffron Walden, Essex, England, CB10 2AH .
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Telephone: +44 (0)1799 522631
Availability: Must telephone first to make an appointment.
Joined on: 2010-05-12
Last Updated: 2013-05-14
Events featuring this potter
Art in Clay - Hatfield House : Art in Clay 2013
Open Studio - 26 Shepherds Way : Open Studio - Anne and Alan Foxley
Potfest in the Park : Potfest in the Park 2013
Bow House Gallery : Alan and Anne Foxley - sculpture