View Image Gallery Isabel K-J Denyer(Full member)Tel: +44 (0)1937 835632 Email: Web: www.isabeldenyer.co.uk
My objective is to make pots to be used, handled, loved and cooked in. It gives me great pleasure to think that they will be enhancing an occasion or recipe in many parts of the world and I feel this is a great privilege.
My interest in life drawing and print-making has led me to experiment with print-making techniques on paper porcelain. I also make beads from Precious Metal Clay which when fired, leaves pure silver. From these I make necklaces which also include porcelain, Egyptian Paste and ethnic beads. I love and collect world textiles.
I make stoneware and porcelain pots mostly on an electric wheel but sometimes I use my Leach kick wheel if I feel I need a slower rhythm.
1965 – 1967: Two year Foundation course at Farnham School of Art.
1967 – 1969: Two year Studio Pottery Course at Harrow School of Art.
I am a Professional Member of the Craft Potters Association
Past Exhibitions and Events
Since 1992 I have held an Open House event in the autumn, to which I invite other craftspeople to join me. This is a major selling event in my professional calendar.
Kemske, B. (2012), The Ceramics Book Third Edition
Bosworth, J. (2010), Ceramic Jewellery, A & C Black
Cooper, E. (2008), The Ceramics Book, CPA Second Edition
Cooper, E. (2006), The Ceramics Book, CPA First Edition
Bosworth, J. (2006), Ceramics with Mixed Media, A & C Black
Harrow Graduates (2001), Ceramics in Society
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Contact DetailsStudio Address: Wighill House, Wighill, nr.Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, UK, LS24 8BG.
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Telephone: +44 (0)1937 835632
Mobile: 07801 062 503
Availability: Visitors are most welcome to my workshop and showroom through out the week but please telephone first to make sure that I am there.
Directions: Coming from the A1M north or south, leave at Junc 45 onto the A64 going east towards York. After about 1 mile take the A659 towards Tadcaster. Go through the town, after the River Wharfe bridge and at the 2nd set of traffic lights turn left onto Wighill Lane. The Royal Oak pub is on the corner. Continue for 2 miles when you enter the village with the church on the right. 200 yards further the road does a sharp right hand turn and we are the house on the inside corner, next door to the White Swan Pub
Joined on: 2007-04-12
Last Updated: 2013-03-19
Events featuring this potter
New Schoolhouse Gallery, The : Northern Potters Association - in York