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When is a Teapot not a Teapot?

UWE History student Holly John reviews the work of potter Oliver Kent. These exuberant teapots are a playful twist on an archetypal ceramic object. When I visited the Ken Stradling Collection, I was drawn to them because of their irregularity … Continue reading

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A Taste of Sunshine

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Sally Nash, the daughter of William Newland and Margaret Hine, artists who’s work is featured in the current exhibition at the Design Study Centre Of Brush and Clay: Painter Potters of the 20th … Continue reading

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