The beautiful stoneware ceramics of Cumbria based Mary Chappelhow are now available.
We think Mary’s work sits beautifully alongside that of Robyn Hardyman’s.
Mary has written a book “Thrown Pottery Techniques Revealed” as well as setting a Guinness World Record for the most pots thrown on the potter’s wheel in an hour.
Mary uses a variety of stoneware and porcelain clays and a range of firing temperatures to create her range of decorative bowls, vases and table ware.
Contact us for more details or to arrange a private viewing.
Robyn was the first Ceramicist we invited to L’Atelier11. She works with porcelain, making functional and decorative wheel-thrown vessels – bowls, vases, moon jars and more.
Elegance and balance define the pared back simplicity of her work. She is drawn to porcelain’s combination of delicacy and strength, and the pure surface it offers for glazes.
The pieces are thrown to a fine and delicate finish. She relishes exploring glaze colours and textures that complement the restrained forms.
Her colour palette is cool – blues, greys, pale greens and creams – calming and harmonious.
Robyn also enjoys the effect of her work gathered in groups, the shapes and shadows between the forms, and the relationship between their colours and textures.