Studio Diary – June 2021

Well, after the Winter months spent working in isolation in my studio I am now starting to go out and about to shows again. It is so refreshing to meet people who love ceramics and chat about what I do!

I love working in isolation but it has certainly felt different during Covid lockdowns!


I am excited to be showing my new range of garden pods in the Zen garden range. The textures are inspired by the traditional shapes formed in Japanese gravel gardens, and the muted earthy and stone like colours inspire serenity. They can be planted up with alpines or succulents and displayed on a garden table, in a gravel garden, or wall mounted.

This month Countryside magazine had a super little article about me alongside a picture of one of these pods. It was fun to be interviewed and appear in an article about makers who work from their rural home.

I have also been working on some large birdbaths. The surface designs on these are based on the colours and textures of a rocky coastline or river bed.

Now the weather has warmed up I am looking forward to getting my garden in good shape, making more ceramics and going to shows. I have a busy diary of outdoor events lined up in North Norfolk. All details can be found on my Shows and Events page.

If you live away from my area, I am pleased to say that you can now buy some of my ceramics from this new website. I will arrange delivery for you at competitive cost. Just Email me quoting the unique reference of the item on the shop page.

Kind regards,

Dee 😊