13 Mary Wright
About the Artist
Enduring themes for my functional stoneware ceramics are the shapes and patterns of nature, particularly the plants and flowers that I see around me in the Kent countryside and my garden.
Once a pot is thrown on the wheel, I decorate it with slips (liquid clays which I stain), and a technique called sgraffito. This is where a pin is used to cut marks through the slip to show the clay behind it. This modern interpretation of an old English technique gives my pottery a unique style.
Phone: 07990 978393
1. Wildflowers Sugar Pot, stoneware pottery, 9.5x9cm
2. Bluebell Mug, stoneware pottery, 8x7cm
3. Prairie Posy Vase, stoneware pottery, 11x8cm
Many of the photos of my pots are taken with flowers from my garden. These are just a few.
6 Hunsdon Drive,
Central Sevenoaks location, close to the Vine Cricket Ground, easy parking on the drive, please use the signposted gate to the right of the house
10 am to 5 pm on Saturday 11, Sunday 12, Friday 17, Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 June.