A small wide vase thrown in porcelain by renowned Ceramicist and author, Louisa Taylor.
Louisa studied a BA (hons) degree in 3D Design: Ceramics, at Bath Spa University (2000-2003) and then spent a year working as a production potter in rural Lincolnshire. This was followed by a Masters degree in Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art, London (2004-2006). Louisa set up her ceramic business in October 2006 and is based in Brighton, East Sussex where she produces her tableware range for shops, galleries and collectors in the UK and internationally.
Alongside making her work, Louisa is a Senior Lecturer on the BA (hons)/MDes 3D Design and Craft course at the University of Brighton and a short course tutor at West Dean College. Louisa is a professional member of the Crafts Potters Association and Contemporary Applied Arts, London. In 2012, Louisa undertook a six-month post as artist in residence at the V&A Museum, London. Louisa is the author of 'Ceramics: Tools and Techniques for the Contemporary Maker', published by Jacqui Small Publishing (2011).
This functional piece by Louisa features a blue - grey glaze on the top half and interior of the vessel, the lower part of the vessel features a sgraffito texture.
Dimensions: H: 11.5cm x W: 8.5 - tapering to 7cm
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