Emily Myers, ceramic artist, makes vases and other vessels on the potter’s wheel. She uses carving and faceting techniques, as well as employing beautiful glazes. Strong elegant forms with fine crisp lines and deep colours characterize Emily’s work. She draws on both organic and architectural themes.
Based near Andover in Hampshire, Emily is a Craft Council Selected Maker and a fellow of The Craft Potters’ Association. Her work can be seen in selected galleries and shops including Contemporary Ceramics in London and Beaux Arts in Bath. Exhibitions have included solo shows in the Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford, UK; Beaux Arts, Bath, UK; and Contemporary Ceramics, London.
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