25th May – 2nd June 2024 Creative Kernow

Sarah Bazett Ceramics

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    1 Knill Cross Cottages
    PL10 1AU

I am predominantly a functional potter whose work is influenced by both the beautiful Rame Peninsula and also as a celebration of food.

My studio is based at the top of my garden in the village of Millbrook on the beautiful Rame Peninsula in South East Cornwall.

My work is mainly small batch production in stoneware and porcelain which celebrates both the beauty of the local area and how also a celebration of food and how to make a simple meal very special with refined shapes and unusual but fully functional glazes.

I trained many years ago as a repetition thrower with the aim of going into industry and then was totally sidetracked by the drive to learn all about the process from the clay itself, the design then production and the development of glazes so a few years at college followed including a HND at Falmouth in Ceramics in the 1990’s where I was mainly working around integrating ‘happy accidents’ and some selected raw materials collected from around the local area, a habit which still continues today.

I then worked in a series of jobs including a spell at the Pangolin Foundry in Chalford near Stroud where I worked on pieces by Lyn Chadwick, Giacometti, Anthony Backhouse and many others which further developed my appreciation of refined form.

Now many years later I’m back in Cornwall again, wandering the beaches, woods and cliffs with a trowel and bucket in hand seeking both raw materials for my work and finding inspiration in wandering, collaboration and communication with the other artists and makers in the area. Food and the sea are a massive part of my life.

I’d love to welcome you to my studio.

Opening Times
11am - 5pm

Opening Days
Sat 25th May
Sun 26th May
Mon 27th May
Fri 31st May
Sat 1st Jun
Sun 2nd Jun

My studio is accessed from Kill Cross Hill which is behind my cottage. If you park in the village and walk up the hill with the Kernow Lounge on the right hand side. On the left hand a short up the hill is a pair of black gates please enter and call
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The venue is open all year round by appointment

Accessibility Information
Unfortunately due to the hilly landscape in the area disabled access is limited