MA in Studio Ceramics at Loughborough University.

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Jo uses the language of the everyday vessel as the basis for exploration. Each unique piece embodies a long history of ceramic processes, taking advantage of the idiosyncracies of both the hand-formed and the moulded. The work remains faithful to ceramic traditions but not convention. It has different intentions, forcing us to reconsider our relationship with the vessel and its functions. Each piece is slip cast in semi porcelain using individually constructed moulds.

Jo is an Associate member of the Craft Potters Association

Selected Exhibitions

Bils and Rye, Yorkshire

Ceramics in Southwell

Art in Clay, Hatfield

Ceramics in Charnwood

Ceramic Art London