Alice Johnson's sculptures explore the domestic space and our relationship with the objects that we coexist with.
Jo Taylor's ceramic sculptures are inspired by architectural sources including plaster ceilings, columns and piers.
Shaun Hayes juxtaposes the timelessness of traditional ceramic forms with the fleetingness of today's contemporary throwaway society
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Beatriz Trepat's mini-sculptures start life as a small drawing based on found objects and ornaments that she has to hand.
After resigning from his career as Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia, Glenn Barkley fell in love with clay.
Léa Mestres creates 'happy furniture', characterised through colour, form and textures that play with our senses.