Nigel Lambert's slip-decorated wood-fired earthenware has earned him international recognition. His thrown and altered pots combine bold contemporary shapes, with his unique style of decoration and strong sense of function.
'I work in an old chicken shed at the bottom of the garden, I throw and handbuild pots in earthenware clay, slip them,glaze them, decorate with bold abstract marks in cobalt blue and fire them with wood in a 80cuft kiln.'
New Members Show - C.P.A.Contempoary Ceramics London.
Contempoary Ceramics London.
"DomisticWarehouse" Rufford Craft Centre.
"Time ForTea" British Council Touring exhibition to Brazil
Festival Exhibition, St James Gallery, Bath.
Grange Barns Gallery.
French-British Pottery, LaAbbaye,Nanteuil-en-Vallee.
TeaTotal Contempoary ceramics,London
Twenty-twenty MuchWenlock Shropshire