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Suzie Hall
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Hampshire
ceramics
earthenware
terracotta
Suzie Hall
Large brown pear, 17cm diameter x 21.5cm high, terracotta.

Suzie Hall trained as a potter at the Sunbury adult education centre from 1994 to 1998. During this time she set up her own pottery studio and produced a range of tropical fish, which gained a good following of clients. This led to her developing coloured glazes on other works that have established her style as a ceramic colourist. In 2000 Suzie and her artist husband Michael moved from Weybridge to Charter Alley, north Hampshire where she was able to set up a fully equipped ceramic studio. This enabled her to extend her expertise in all the disciplines in ceramics. "I developed a line of pierced ceramic lights, which have resulted in many commissions," reveals Suzie. The Viennese artists painting at the turn of the 19th century, in particular Klimt, drive her interest, which inspired her ceramic pictures. She continually attends seminars in the potteries of Stoke-on-Trent. "I like to explore the shapes and free flowing forms that can be achieved both with hand built and clip cast pieces," says Suzie. "I enjoy experiment with glazes and I am looking at making outsize and life sized fruit which combine matt and gloss glaze."

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