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My geographical location by the Moray Firth strongly influences the imagery and materials I use. From lines in pebbles on the beach to the ever changing light on the water, it is a great source of inspiration. A cold winters day with interesting light will capture my imagination more than a clear blue sky on a perfect summers day and this is reflected in my choice of materials I use and my colour palette.


£50 — £400


natural ceramics, black clay, illustrated ceramics, glazes, wabi sabi, rustic ceramics


Ceramics, Pottery


Winter Tree Platter
Photographer: Shannon Tofts
Made from coarse black clay, light rustic glaze with inlaid red line and hand drawn tree print. ~30 x 8cm, 2017
Photographer: Shannon Tofts
Thrown black earthenware, layered and inlaid glazes, ~20 x 5cm, 2016
The Black Isle Hills
Photographer: Shannon Tofts
From my studio I have an ever-changing view across the Moray Firth to the Black Isle. These hills were mono printed on to a coil built pot with porcelain slip and oxides. Interior is glazed. ~20 x 30cm, 2016

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