Sue Carr Porcelain

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Heathfield Down Farmhouse Gallery

IVYBRIDGE ceramics, gallery, sculpture South Hams

Sue Carr Porcelain Bio

Sue studied biology and geology at university. A move to Nova Scotia led to a change in career when she had a fortuitous meeting with a potter. He offered training as a production thrower in a porcelain pottery. This she did for four years and at the same time produced many glazes.
Returning to the UK in the late eighties Sue opened her own pottery but fired the porcelain with gas instead of electric, which meant an increase in the number of glaze colours including red.
Throwing and surface decoration are of equal importance. The porcelain provides a white background to illustrate Sue's interests: plants and animals.
I have a gallery on the A379 which is Open when the 'open' sign is up. Phoning beforehand is advisable.

Sue Carr Porcelain Work

In 2022 when our Devon studio was opened, our online casino players along with Abigail North Ceramics and Alan Dax with Albert Duplock published an article on Saturday 10th. When we open the doors, every betsafe casino player can enter for free and skip the line to chat with jewelry designer Alison Bendall and artist McSparron-Edwards where you can ask what inspires them and the whole process. Also, some works are for sale, such as Annie Drew’s wildlife art where an online casino player can ask for a discount.