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ABOVE Blue rocking pot
  • LEFT EM20 13cms h, EM27 28cms h, EM21 17cms h
  • MIDDLE EM23 26.5cms h, EM22 19cms h, EM24 31cms h, EM19 24.5.cms h (sold)
  • RIGHT EM25 13cms dia. EM26 10.5cms dia
  • LEFT Porcelain pots
  • MIDDLE Porcelain pot
  • RIGHT Porcelain bottles

Emily Myers

Emily Myers makes vases and other vessels on the potter's wheel in red stoneware clay and porcelain. She uses carving and faceting techniques, and a wide range of glazes fired in an electric kiln, resulting in striking, variegated matt surfaces.

Strong elegant forms with fine crisp lines and deep colours characterize Emily's work. She draws on both organic and architectural themes. Influences are diverse, from metal objects such as armour to organic forms such as cacti. When grouped together, the pots have an intimacy reminiscent of the still lives of the painter Morandi.

Soon after graduating from Bristol Polytechnic in ceramics, Emily became a Craft Council Selected Maker and a fellow of The Craft Potters' Association. Emily has shown her work in New York, Tel Aviv, Paris and Hamburg. Exhibitions to date have included regular shows at Contemporary Ceramics in London and Beaux Arts in Bath.

Selected Exhibitons:
2009 The Stour Gallery, Warwickshire
2009 'The Flower Show' Leach Pottery St Ives
2009/06/00 The Gallery Upstairs, Henley- in- Arden
2008 'Crafted' Winchester Discovery Centre
2008/06/00 New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham
2007 The Gallery at Bevere, Worcester
2007/05/03/01/99 Beaux Arts, Bath (solo)
2005 Christmas Exhibition-Garden Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture
2004 Showcase at Southill Park Arts Centre
2003 Contemporary Crafts at Kenwood House - London
2003 Spring Show -Broadway Modem-Broadway
2002/97 Contemporary Ceramics, London (solo)
2002 "Made in England" Wohnen und Kunst -Hamburg Germany
2001 Eton Applied Arts, (solo)
2000 Beaux Arts Bath, Summer Show
2000 Rufford Ceramics Fair
1999 Opening Show, Flow, London
1999 Emily Myers, Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford (solo)
1999 Classics VII, British Pavilion, Kortrijk, Belgium
1998 The Full Spectrum. Eton applied Arts, Eton
1998 Bettles Gallery, Ringwood, Hampshire (solo)
1998 Newbury Spring Festival, Newbury Arts Workshop (solo)
1998 Ikebana Exhibition, Takashimaya Store, Osaka, Japan
1998 British Week, Tel Aviv
1997 Tom Hill & Emily Myers, Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool
1996 Hackney Contemporaries at the Orangery, London
1996 Gifts for Valentines, Crafts Council Shop at the V &A, London
1995 Summer Show, Hugo Barclay Gallery, Brighton
1995 Recent Work, Roger Billcliffe Fine Art, Glasgow, Scotland
1995 Hackney Contemporaries, Geffrye Museum, London
1995 Boxes, Rufford Crafts Centre, Newark
1994 Studio Ceramics '94, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
1994 Ruth Korman Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel
1994 Beardsmore Gallery, London
1993 Material Pleasures, Gallery at John Jones, London
1993 Boxes, Contemporary Ceramics, London
1992 Showcase, Orie131, Newtown
1992 Emily Myers – Ceramic series, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, (solo)
1990 New Members, Contemporary Ceramics, London

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