Annie Hewett | Potter
I am a relative newcomer to the world of ceramics, having started making pots in 2001 after a varied career within the arts.
I began my art training at St. Martins at the end of the sixties, studying graphics. This was followed by several years teaching in secondary schools, subsequently at Stroud College where I was a tutor for painting and drawing and calligraphy, as well as working with a variety of freelance design projects, both public and private.
The change of focus towards working with clay happened almost by accident. I decided to take myself off on a throwing course so that I would be able to help my younger son with his GCSE ceramics.
I had always been interested in the subject but had never pursued it. I became completely absorbed and the rest, as they say, is history.
I have been strongly influenced by the illustrative qualities of artists such as Eric Ravilious, Edward Bawden, Stanley Spencer and John Minton as well as textile designers such as Lucienne Day.
The Mill House, Lower Framilode, Saul, Gloucestershire
Tel: 01452 741 236