1 week ago
Delighted to let you know Jennifer Hall will be returning to join us for the Midsummer CAHOOTS Exhibition next month.
Graduating from Cardiff Institute of Higher Education back in 1994, followed by work as a thrower and decorator for Gwili Pottery, Carmarthen, Jennifer set up her first pottery in 1997 in Buckinghamshire, later in 2001 she moved to Llanwrthwl, Powys to establish her successful studio.
In May 2018 Jennifer and her family moved to the north coast of Pembrokeshire. Here she continues to make slip decorated earthenware pottery, that sits well in both contemporary and rustic settings. Her work is exhibited and admired throughout Britain, in Ireland and Japan.
Jennifer’s ongoing aim is to develop a comprehensive range of pots that enliven the daily rituals of taking nourishment. Jennifer is drawn to earthenware for its warmth of colour and softness of edge.
Made on a kick wheel, her pots do not challenge but give comfort, they appeal to the eye, sit comfortably in the hand and are gentle on the lips, enriching meal times.
Our June exhibition opens summer solstice evening 21st June then running from 22-30th June opening each day 11-6pm
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