Ceramic Artist – Plymouth
Sarah works with white earthenware, paperclay and occasionally stoneware. She has developed a personal process involving the
use of a wide range of handcarved stamps that she has made over the years, as well as found objects.
The forms are slab built with elements that are press moulded and hand formed.
The frustation of using time consuming processes when working within a limited time frame led to the birth of the ‘Stroppy Clock’ – giving each clock its own unique personality.
Sarah uses a combination of oxides and a multitude of glazes to achieve richly coloured surfaces contrasted by plain crackled ares. The pieces then undergo a final lustre firing.
To see more of Sarah’s work please click on her tag in the right hand column.