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Members Of Wey Ceramics

Experience the exciting and varied work of Wey Ceramic Society members. Raku Demos 1st and 15th at 12noon, 1pm and 2pm.

Wymbleton House

Henfold Lane

South Holmwood

Dorking

Surrey

RH5 4NX

t: 07814 805220

e: information@weyceramics.co.uk

w: www.weyceramics.co.uk

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Work for sale from £5 - £500. Credit cards accepted.

This is a working studio. Visitors may see demonstrations of work. Groups up to 12 people welcome.

Google Map: Members Of Wey Ceramics Heading from Dorking on the A24 turn left onto Mill Road. At the crossroads turn right onto Henfold Lane. Wymbleton House is on the left.

Part of Cranleigh Area Trail.

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Days open [closed] June 2019

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JoJo Rowley

Ceramicist

Jojo's response to our busy hectic lives is to create ceramic works that exude a sense of calm and quiet. She hand throws consciously pared back forms and uses simple decoration to try to achieve this. She is currently working on organic textured pieces, creating patterns on the clay surface reminiscent of snowy mountains or crashing waves. JoJo sands each of her porcelain vessels between firings so that left unglazed the exterior is smooth and tactile, allowing a real, contemplative connection with the clay.

t: 07814 805220

e: rowleyjojo@yahoo.com

w: www.jojoceramics.co.uk

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See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

JoJo Rowley welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

JoJo Rowley, Organic Textures

Organic Textures

15cm x 18cm porcelain

Terri Smart

Ceramicist

Terri works in her studio overlooking garden and fields, taking the natural world as her inspiration - her sculptures include giant fruit, birds, animals, landscapes and the sea.

t: 01483 222710

e: terri@terrismart.co.uk

w: www.terrismart.co.uk

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See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Terri Smart welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Terri Smart, Tweed Chicken

Tweed Chicken

24cm x 31cm x 19cm stoneware clay

Jan Hite

Ceramicist

Jan produces ceramic vessels and sculptures. The plastic properties of the material allow her to experiment with forms and shapes. Jan handbuilds with coils or slabs to produce large pots or constructed sculptures using various geometric shapes. She also produces wall sculptures loosely based on natural forms or imaginary creatures, prefering to use simple glazes which allow the method of construction to be apparent.

t: 01428 656366

e: info@janhite.co.uk

w: www.janhite.co.uk

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Jan Hite welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Jan Hite, Pangolin

Pangolin

40cm x 40cm x 4cm crank clay

Martin Tyler MA

Ceramicist

Martin makes reduction-fired, wheel-thrown and press-moulded stoneware. He trained in Farnham under renowned potters Henry Hammond and Paul Barron. Martin makes his glazes from natural materials including local clay and wood ash. These are applied when the work is still damp and all his pottery is fired just once. Decoration makes use of sgraffito, paper and brushwork resist, combing and sprigging and colour is often introduced through the use of clay slips. All work is safe to use in the dishwasher and oven.

t: 07763 023044

e: martin.tyler@ntlworld.com

w: martintylerpottery.co.uk

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See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Martin Tyler welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Martin Tyler, Moon jar with ash and tenmoku glazes

Moon jar with ash and tenmoku glazes

19cm x 19cm reduction fired stoneware with ash and tenmoku glazes

Jo Hannah

Ceramicist

My work is rooted in the power of nature and its healing qualities. Nature's ability to thrive and grow and reclaim manmade structures is an endless source for my creativity. To me this process of growth and reclamation becomes a metaphor for one's own strength over adversity. I work mainly in stoneware, using hand building techniques and utilising a variety of glaze combinations and surface treatments.

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Jo Hannah welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Jo Hannah, Triumph of Nature

Triumph of Nature

27cm x 14cm x 1cm ceramics: glaze on black stoneware

Mary Lindon

Ceramicist

I started at adult education classes many years ago and finding thrown pots rather restricting I began sculpture and now make mostly animals and birds or abstract forms taken from wildlife. Shape and form appeal more than colour and I prefer natural oxide colourings to glazes and enjoy smoke and pit firing

t: 01306 888581

e: maryplindon@hotmail.co.uk

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Mary Lindon welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Mary Lindon, Rhinos

Rhinos

30cm x 140cm x 20cm clay

Marie Stuart

Painter and Ceramacist

Marie paints using varied techniques including watercolour, mixed media and ink. She draws inspiration from locations close to home and also from further afield to create mainly landscape and seascape paintings.

Marie Stuart, Winchester

Winchester

350cm x 450cm watercolour

Lene Ryden

Ceramicist

Lene is a ceramic artist but has her hand in drawing, painting and photography too. She is fascinated by forms, textures and colours and enjoys the tactile experience the processes of throwing offers. Her work is mainly domestic ware often decorated in bright abstract stains and glazes. She works at Weybridge Pottery, teaches at 318 Ceramics and is studying an Ma in ceramics in Farnham.

Lene Ryden, Energised

Energised

30cm x 11cm x 30cm stoneware

Angela Wathen

Ceramicist

I have been working with clay for over 30 years as a hobby. I work with mainly stoneware clay and produce domestic ware and also Raku and Pit Fired decorative vessels. My interest in clay started when my children were in school and I saw a film about Lucie Rie which inspired me to join an adult education class. I love the diversity of methods one can use to produce very different art forms. I am a member of the Wey Ceramics Society based in Surrey.

t: 01483 715830

e: ambwathen@yahoo.co.uk

Diane Marshall Dip SBA

Ceramicist & Botanical Artist

My ceramic work is mostly domestic porcelain ware; however my unique water brush pot is proving very popular with artists. I also illustrate botanical and natural history subjects in watercolour and coloured pencil

t: 07767 419958

e: diane.marshall123@sky.com

w: DianeMarshallArt.co.uk

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See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Yvonne D'Souza

Ceramicist

I enjoy observing and sketching living animals. This helps me to capture their unique characteristics and energy in my sculptures.

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Yvonne D'Souza, Running Cheetah

Running Cheetah

ceramic

Hilary Webb

Jeweller and Sculptor

I have exhibited with the Surrey Guild of Craftsmen for many years. I work mainly in silver some with gold inlaid, a process called Keum Bo. I originally trained as a calligrapher so specialise in linear designs forging and shaping the metal to achieve my ideas

Hilary Webb, Silver wire bangle

Silver wire bangle

Vikki Fox

Ceramicist

Indulging my love of nature's hidden secrets, my work is organic with a touch of the abstract. Sheep feature occasionally too! Working mostly in stoneware and an interesting palette of glazes and oxides, my one-off pieces are hand-built, with some items thrown on the wheel. Whilst still enjoying my long career as a professional interior designer, and also painting & photography, I am now enthusiastically developing my art in clay. I am a member of the Wey Ceramics Society.

t: 07770 846920

e: clay@vikkifoxceramics.co.uk

w: www.vikkifoxceramics.co.uk

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See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Vikki Fox welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Vikki Fox, Loop fruit bowl

Loop fruit bowl

30cm x 14cm x 25cm stoneware

Reiko Evans

Ceramicist

I produce mainly wheel-thrown items, made from both stoneware and porcelain clay. Mostly this is functional pottery , mugs , bowls , jugs , platters but also pieces for special gifts and occasions. The designs are shaped and decorated with an essence of Japan.

t: 01306 731848

e: ceramics@studioreiko.co.uk

w: www.studioreiko.co.uk

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See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Reiko Evans welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.