Directions: Turn right just before 'Manor House'. Workshop in brick building on farm.
Opening times: Please phone for an appointment.
Emily Myers makes a range of stoneware vessels on the wheel including vases and bottles. The well-balanced thrown pots are often faceted or carved to create a new shape or texture. Subtle matt glazes help to emphasise the well-proportioned forms.
Emily Myers is a Crafts Council selected maker and fellow of the Craft Potters Association. She has had solo shows at Beaux Arts in Bath and Contemporary Ceramics in London and has recently shown work in Paris and Frankfurt.
Vessels are thrown on the wheel in red stoneware clay and often faceted, carved or flattened, once leather-hard. Subtle matt barium glazes are used to complement these controlled forms.