Slab built vases, dishes, candlesticks, clocks and ceramic jewellery using earthenware clays and then smoke-fired.
Work generally available from:
Cecilia Colman London
Gallery at Bevere Worcester
Iona House Gallery Woodstock
Henry Paddon Eastbourne
Surrey Guild Gallery Milford
Sussex Guild Gallery Lewes
Work can also be purchased directly from myself.
I have run workshops and demonstrated widely to potters groups, art colleges and schools as well as at public events such as 'Art in Action' and 'Art in Clay'. My demonstration materials are simple and portable, so I am able to travel fully equipped to venues.
Open House - Tessa Wolfe Murray : Tessa Wolfe-Murray Open House
May 02, 2015 to May 25, 2015
Art in Clay - Hatfield House : Art in Clay 2015
July 03, 2015 to July 05, 2015
Art In Action : Art in Action - 2015
July 16, 2015 to July 19, 2015
Electric Kiln fired to glaze, 1120deg.C. Pots glazed internally with transparent Earthenware glaze. Strong matt surface slip colours externally, tempered by unique smoke firing process.
After completing a post-graduate diploma course at Goldsmiths' College
in 1984, I set up in business alongside teaching pottery in Adult
My work has take me abroad to fairs in America, Belgium and Holland and in spirit to Japan by making work for an Ikebana Exhibition in Osaka.
I have worked with the Conran shop to design and produce a range of vases and lamp-bases, as well as collaborating on projects with interior and product designers.
The bulk of my work can be seen in British Craft and Fine Art Galleries. It is both sculptural and functional, drawing influences from both museum artefacts and modern painting.