Hilary Audus

By profession I am an animator. I have been directing now for over 15 years, my last major job being "The Snowman and The Snowdog" which was screened last Christmas on Channel 4. I have been making small sculptures for the last 3 years, an interest of mine since art school, but one which I have only just been able to fulfill since having a studio built in my garden. I am attending adult education classes in Winslow in order to get my pieces fired.

Email: hilary<at>

Richard Ballantyne

Richards work is varied, from life-size paper clay sculpture to thrown domestic stoneware, although he is mainly known for his sculptural work in Raku. He likes to place a pot into a kiln and have it finished and cleaned within the hour - sometimes with cries of delight, sometimes with just cries!

Email: rairballantyne<at>

Marion Calvert

Handmade stoneware and earthenware

Email: gpcalvert<at>

Maxwell Cowlin

I make a wide selection of stoneware pottery mostly wheel thrown ranging from small bowls to garden pots, plus some abstract sculptures.

Email: info<at>


Pat Hopper

Email: Contact via the website at the top of this page

Chris Inder

I enjoy the challenge of designing and making and strive to create pieces that are tactile and beautiful as well as functional. My work is all made in porcelain, decorated with a transfer technique and/or glazed and fired to suit their purpose.

Email: chris<at>


Carol Read

Email: carol<at>


Dorothea Reid

Installations and ceramic sculptures.

Email: info<at>


Caroline Selvey

My interest lies in ceramic sculpture based on animal, human and organic forms which are constantly evolving. On occasions the work combines ceramics and glass with a desire to express three dimensional harmony of line, form, texture and colour.

I also run short courses in both Ceramics and Glass at various Buckinghamshire venues.

Email: caroline.selvey<at>

Paula Sutton

I hand-build decorative items including stylised animals, buildings or vessels. My work is often influenced by my love of sci-fi and fantasy books, which can result in some unusual and quirky objects.

Email: paula.sutton<at>

Irenke York

Nature and primitive art forms are my chief sources of inspiration. I mainly create unique hand-built domestic/wildlife sculptures and ethnic subjects in a variety of finishes, especially burnished and smoke-fired.

Email: clementiart<at>