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Following a life changing sudden cardiac arrest, I came to a career in art as an adult.

 

I started out as a traditional potter, making functional ware & offering classes covering beginner pottery skills (hence the name RAE Ceramics). RAE Ceramics now focuses on teaching. I love to create bespoke experiences, so I focus on one to one sessions and private workshops for groups. I also run a regular Saturday morning group which anyone can come along to. We're a friendly group and love to welcome new faces.

 

My own creative work has now transitioned into sculpture. I use a range of materials in my own practice, including home grown natural fibres and found objects, but I specialises in ceramics and enjoy the tactile nature of clay.

My work explores identity, connection, and ritual. It examines the ways in which the stories we tell ourselves influence our own identity. Click here if you would like to read my story in more detail.

I sell my work at selected events and by appointment at my studio. Please sign up for the newsletter to know whenever new workshops are being advertised, or contact me to come see my work in person.

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Northern Potters Association Member.

Gallery Exhibitions

Assembly Arts '01.12.23', 2023

Assembly Arts 'Introducing', 2023

Northern Potters Association 'Shared stories' 2022.

Arteria with Gallery 23 ‘The Light of Winter’ 2021

Ensemble Projects 'Entangled Festival' 2021

Arteria with Gallery 23 'Still' Winter 2020

King Street Studios "Work From Home - Responding to the challenge of Covid19" 2020

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