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Terri Smart

Terri Smart trained originally as an architect and found herself working in Hong Kong. She started to explore the properties of clay and found herself more drawn to ceramics than architecture. She hasn't looked back since!

White Spiral Shell

White Spiral Shell

Ceramic Sculpture suitable for garden use
£135.00 not including shipping


Pitfired Shell

Pit Fired Shell

Ceramic Sculpture indoor use only
£135.00 not including shipping


Avocet

Avocet

Ceramic Sculpture
£48.00 not including shipping


Seagull

Seagull

Ceramic Sculpture
£45.00 not including shipping


Puffin

Puffin

Ceramic Sculpture
£45.00 not including shipping


Penguin 1

Penguin I

Ceramic Sculpture
£45.00 not including shipping


Two Penguins

Penguin II

Ceramic Sculpture
£45.00 not including shipping


Blue Dhow

Blue Dhow

Ceramic Sculpture
£145.00 not including shipping


Taller Lighthouse

Taller Lighthouse

Ceramic Sculpture
£75.00 not including shipping


Lighthouse

Lighthouse

Ceramic Sculpture
£70.00 not including shipping


Gone Fishing

Gone Fishing

Ceramic Sculpture
£175.00 not including shipping


Passage to Shanghai

Passage to Shanghai

Ceramic Sculpture
£95.00 not including shipping


Lone Sail

Lone Sail

Ceramic Sculpture
£85.00 not including shipping


Peasfull

Peasful

Ceramic Sculpture
£315.00 not including shipping

Terri Smart by Mark Hilton 300 2
I took up ceramics in 1990 when I was working as an architect in Hong Kong. The feel of the clay and my delight in making a structured piece out of a formless lump became more and more important in my life as I became familiar with the medium.

I am influenced by natural elements such as wind and water and I like to emphasise the contrasts between nature and man, for example in my boat pieces where the size of the boat indicates just how puny we are compared to the vastness of the sea. I work from my studio at home in East Clandon, with views over the garden and surrounding fields which are a constant source of inspiration for my seed pod forms among other things and of course any birds that happen to visit.

Most of my work is hand-built in textured stoneware clays, and decorated with coloured slips, oxides and glazes before firing to 1220C.

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