Handmade in Cornwall

Jacqueline Clark is a potter and teacher living and working in Cornwall. Her practice in thrown and hand-built work is informed by the landscape around her and the techniques and heritage of modern studio ceramics. She is currently a Learning and Participation Officer at the Leach Pottery in St Ives and runs pottery courses from her studio in Penpol. Her ceramic work explores the seen and unseen of Cornwall’s coast and creeks. It describes the ebb and flow of the tide affecting the area of Cornwall where she lives in Devoran and that she overlooks from her studio in Penpol. From the subtle beauty of high water vistas to the reality of a scarred industrial past.

Work

Inspired by the creekside studio location, thrown and handbuilt ceramic work reflects the tidal views and geology of Cornwall.

 

Courses

Pottery courses run from Easter to October. Half day, one day and three day throwing courses plus raku firings on the foreshore from time to time. Come and learn new skills in a beautiful location at Waters Edge Studio in Cornwall.

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