I make functional stoneware pottery in my garden studio in Chacewater
My work is rooted in my rustic Cornish surroundings, from the St Agnes clay I use, to the simple shapes and muted natural colours. You will find me at work in the studio in our garden, situated at the bottom of our English apple orchard. Here I have my wheel and electric kiln, which is powered by renewable energy. I make my own glazes and slips (liquid coloured clay), which means I can avoid harmful chemicals, as well as adapt processes to suit my natural style.
I run occasional workshops from this space also, and you are very welcome to have a look around and enquire about this.
You will be able to see a selection of my work, as well as plenty of pieces in progress. I would be delighted to answer any questions and tell you about the process if you are interested. On a sunny day, you are welcome to wander outside, or sit for a cup of tea.
10:30am - 4pm
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From Chacewater village, turn into Station Road opposite the bakery. Our drive is on the right, just as you leave the village. From Blackwater, turn towards Chacewater onto Station Road and find us on the left just before entering the village.
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The venue has on site parking
The venue has toilet facilities
The venue is accessible to people with mobility difficulties
The venue is family friendly
The venue is open all year round by appointment
Plenty of parking is available on a gravel area in front of the studio. You can park in the road also, but our drive is long, so please drive into the property if you have any mobility problems.