Zoe Young

Studio 37

This studio is open 17–19 June 2022

1 hammersmith terrace
W6 9TS

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Ceramics

I enjoy making pots that are mainly functional but also beautiful and lovely to touch and hold. I love the throwing process and find that the pots often grow and form themselves of their own accord into something unexpected. That is only the beginning of the process, turning the pots may change their character again. The next stage, the glazing, is fascinating as it may give a rather unusual result which adds to the fun. Of course the very final stage is interacting with people as they come to look at and discuss the pieces and the process of making them. Last year several of my pots went abroad and I love to think of them, and ones that have not gone so far afield, being enjoyed in their new homes. 

We also enjoy making Raku pots and sculptures at our studio. Raku firing is exciting but there are can be casualties if pots get dropped due to the extreme heat or if they don't get fired hot enough. We get some wonderful colours in the glazes when we have a successful firing. I particularly like making figures in this way. 

Pot with pearlescent sheen
Stoneware

£45

Asymmetric bowl
Stoneware
Beautiful grey green mottled glaze

£45

large bowl - anthracite
stoneware
Very dark grey matt glaze

£45

Sea green striped jug
Stoneware
This pot is glazed in sea green over wax resist strigpes which has created these lovely dark orange/ copper unglazed areas. Lovely as a vase or a jug.

£45

Greeny brown pot
Stoneware
Lovely subtle slightly matt glaze that changes from rich coppery brown to olive green depending on the thickness of the glaze.

£45

Black volcanic pot
Stoneware
This pot is glazed in a rich near black glaze - the imperfections in the glaze have created little bumps on the surface which makes it as lovely to touch as it is to look at

£45

Conical penguin pot
Stoneware
Highly reflective greeny glaze that picks out the ridges on the slopes of this pot

£35

Cylindrical pot - sea green
Stoneware
Cyclindrical pot made of white stoneware glazed in a beautiful shimmering but matt green.

£45

Cylindrical pot - blue ridged
Stoneware
Cylindrical pot with deep speckled blue glaze.

£35

Hidden Green bowl
Stoneware
This pot has a simple grey/ green glaze on the outside and then peer over the rim and there is a bright green/ white glaze leading down to the base

£45

Conical penguin vase deep blue green
Stoneware
lovely thick shiny glaze that gathers at the base of the pot

£35

Arum lily pot
Stoneware
Assymetrical pot in dark semi matt glaze

£45

Deglazed Pot
Stoneware Height 9cm - Width 15cm
Thin asymmetrical pot that was dipped in a greenish glaze that was then scraped off before the pot was fired. The result is a nearly nude pot that has retained some vestiges if the glaze.

£45

Finger Pot
Stoneware
This greenish pot has three semicircles cut out of the rim - very tactile.

£30

Charlotte
Raku 30cm
I love the little baby pressed against his Mum’s back. This sculpture is not for sale

P.O.A.

Lion Fountain
Stoneware Approx 30x30
This lion was based on an antique wooden lion plaque that belonged to my Father. I think that he has a very friendly face. I have been enjoying sitting in my garden listening to the sound of running water. He comes with his own solar pump and the water cycles round the system so he doesn’t need a separate water supply once set up.

£375

Aminata
Raku 20cm
I enjoy making figures often based on people I have seen. This sculpture is not for sale.

P.O.A.

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