Meg is a printmaker and collage artist living and working in Cornwall whose work is inspired by the intricacies of everyday.
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Lauren Lusk's charming tiny bees are painted on vellum, a very special and unusual material.
Rosie is an artist based on the edge of Dartmoor, Devon. Using a palette of rich colours, brush strokes and mark making, she takes note from the changing seasons, landscapes, flowers...
Martha's ceramics are inspired by tales of her Icelandic grandparents fishing on frozen seas, using stars and birds to guide their way. The mark making on the pots follow the...
Lucy Wayne is a London born artist, working from life in watercolour and ink to produce simple and delicate paintings. She works directly in colour without the use of pencil,...
Eleanor is a ceramicist who has has exhibited her work at National Media Museum, Rochelle School, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Tramway Glasgow and The Oval Space.
Charlie paints flowers and plants, creating moments where the viewer can wonder at the beauty of the subtle everyday.
Hand built and painted in white stoneware accented with cobalt oxide or black text, Meredith Adam's work creates permanent evidence that will outlive the fleeting emotion felt at the time of...
OC/BC Arts is the studio of Octavia Charlesworth, a multidisciplinary artist based on the south Cornish coast whose new citrus collection for Unpolished was inspired by a desire to follow in the...
Amelia Tuttiett is an artist and potter working from her studio in a vineyard on the edge of the South Downs.
Fran Fell is a ceramic artist based in London. Her work is spontaneous, energetic and colourful.
Photographer Sarah Maingot, based in the Cotwolds, is behind Be Still Ceramics.
For summer 2023 Louise has created a Wildflower Meadow collection, joyfully strewn with buttercups and marigolds, a celebration of nature and the English countryside
Kate’s hand built vessels have a primitive form which translates across her work as an artist, potter and illustrator.
Using a limited palette of mainly raw iron, cobalt and copper oxide, Karen’s modern version of traditional slipware is inspired by the wild landscape and coast of Pembrokeshire.
Charlotte draws on a broad range of influences; from the Bloomsbury group to ancient slipware, from Staffordshire dog figurines to Japanese netsuke.
The founder of Ritual Studio, Aquila Dunford Wood, uses the old rituals of tarot, astrology and intuition as a way to connect to the themes that run through her work.
Laura is a ceramicist and children's book illustrator and collage artist living in Norfolk.
Yael creates organic shaped ceramics inspired by nature.
Abbie La Rooy employs traditional ceramic techniques and classical surfaces to create unique and unexpected outcomes.
Jacqueline lives on and is inspired by her love for the Exmoor landscape.
Emily Iremonger, based in the North East, is the potter behind EHI Ceramics.
Emily’s work for Unpolished is inspired by 17th Century English lacework and the decoration is a contemporary take on ‘bianco-sopra-bianco’ (white on white) which was a decorative technique used in English delftware in the...
Me and My Bloomers has created a wonderful collection for Unpolished using seasonal dried flowers on hand dyed linens
Lara paints intuitively from memory. The compositions are not planned, instead they evolve from the process.
Freyja's ceramics and tableware are inspired by English landscape, medieval imagery, folklore and myth.
Based in Lincolnshire, Ben’s work is rooted in the tradition of English slipware. His inspiration is broad mix of childhood motifs and 14th Century margin art; culminating in wonderfully colourful,...
Sophie’s work typically includes terracotta and slip ware methods inspired by the lore and landscape of The Fens.
Saima’s stitched illustrations show worlds full of people, pattern and play.
Melanie's joyful, highly decorative pieces explore women through time in art and culture.