Made in Cornwall

Jacqueline Clark’s thrown and hand-built work is informed by the landscape around her. Her ceramic work explores the seen and unseen of Cornwall’s coast and creeks – from the subtle beauty of high-water vistas to the reality of its scarred industrial past.

She makes tableware for everyday use and sculptural collections of one-off pieces including jars, boats and large vessels inspired by Korean moon jars. Her pared down aesthetic is inspired by her study of the Asian tradition, particularly Japan which resonates with the calm, quiet waters of her creekside studio.

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Thrown work

Her distinctive collections are produced in seasonal editions with uniquely developed glazes which capture the changes in tide and season. 

She sources her clay from St Agnes in Cornwall and often uses local materials including mud from the creek where her studio is based in Penpol. 


She makes sculptural work inspired by the boats that sit on the mud at low tide in Penpol Creek and as they move through the water in Falmouth bay.

JC ceramics boats


She also runs throwing courses at her creekside studio between April and the end of October