Pottery studio, creative hub & artisan shop.

34 St. Martins Street, Wallingford OX10 0ED

Our local artisans

The dates shown indicate when an artist's work is being featured in the shop.
Please note that since all handmade pieces are unique, any particular piece shown here may not necessarily still be on display for sale.

Jewellery by Kate Coker Jewellery by Kate Coker Jewellery by Kate Coker
Kate Coker

January – April 2024

Kate is a designer jeweller based in Wallingford. Kate studied jewellery design at the Berkshire College of Art and spent some time at Central St Martins in London in the early nineties. All her Jewellery is handmade in sterling silver sometimes with the addition of 9ct and 18ct gold.

Kates' jewellery celebrates her love of nature and the textures found within it. She loves to explore the different textures and finishes which can be achieved on the surface of the metal to make it tactile and organic.

Paintings by Jo Lillywhite Paintings by Jo Lillywhite Paintings by Jo Lillywhite
Jo Lillywhite

January – April 2024

Joanne Lillywhite is a painter who is inspired by the landscape and woodlands of Oxfordshire and beyond. She loves to paint scenes with strong lines and perspective that draw the viewer in to the scene. She represents the world in an interesting and bold way, using varied marks and brushstrokes and heightened colours. Layers of colour make her paintings unique and striking.

Wood and Metalcraft pieces by Billy Goodworth Wood and Metalcraft pieces by Billy Goodworth Wood and Metalcraft pieces by Billy Goodworth
Billy Goodworth

September – December 2023

Bill’s Workshop creates hand crafted goods for the home and garden with fire, sawdust and no small amount of head scratching! Making functional and captivating pieces with the use of stunning English hardwoods and the never-ending possibilities of steel.

Creativity can not only be an attribute, but a skill; something that can be honed and trained. This is something I strive to develop with each new project whether it’s a commissioned garden gate or a life size flower sculpture. Keeping ideas as original and unique as possible though Blacksmithing and Woodwork is a beautiful challenge to have.

Paintings and Prints by Charlie Davies Paintings and Prints by Charlie Davies Paintings and Prints by Charlie Davies
Charlie Davies

September – December 2023

Charlie Davies is a professional artist living in Oxfordshire, who divides her time between painting and printmaking. She trained as a textile designer where she developed her love of nature. Her etchings draw on the natural world for inspiration, and she is increasingly taking elements of the drawn landscape into her work. She belongs to the Oxford Printmakers Collective, where she produces her prints. She paints using oils and adores the subtleties of colour and the effects of light, which can be achieved with this medium.

Charlie has won two People’s Choice awards for her artwork and exhibited several times at the Affordable Art Fair. She has exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the Mall Galleries in London with the Royal Society of Marine Artists and Society of Botanical Artists. She is an award-winning Fellow of the Society of Botanical Artists and a member of the Oxford Art Society. Her paintings and etchings are in private collections worldwide

Ceramics by Debbie Page Ceramics by Debbie Page Ceramics by Debbie Page
Debbie Page

September – December 2023

I was introduced to the joy of working with clay at school but it took another 20 years before I had the opportunity to really get to grips with the whole world of pottery. I started with evening classes with Shelley, moving on to 2 City & Guilds courses with wonderful, knowledgeable, encouraging teachers where I developed an obsession with making teapots, fell in love with Jomon pottery, spent a lot of time and effort learning to throw on the wheel only to discover, once I’d cracked it, that I prefer hand-building. I also completely by chance found the pottery love of my life – the Korean Moon Jar.

Paintings by Elaine Allender Paintings by Elaine Allender Paintings by Elaine Allender
Elaine Allender

September – December 2023

Elaine is an Oxford-based artist who grew up in Cornwall. She is drawn to colour and texture and is inspired by the harbours and coastlines of her childhood. Her other love is the natural world, particularly the flowers that grow in her garden, and along the hedgerows and coast path of Cornwall. She works in different media and often builds her paintings up in layers.

The last 12 months have seen her exploring collage layers of paper and paint, as well as painting some of the iconic buildings in her hometown of Oxford. Her originals have found homes all over the world and she also has a range of limited edition prints from her paintings.

Jewellery by Jasper Rocks Jewellery by Jasper Rocks Jewellery by Jasper Rocks
Jasper Rocks

September – December 2023

Jasper Rocks create bold, badass & bohemian jewellery, kits, cards & accessories with 3 fundamental components: macrame; crystal; & wire-art

Born out of a desire to bring our creator's Thai-originating unique skills to the world, we infuse colour, sunshine & exotic vibes into our customers' everyday lives; enlivening, empowering, and redefining what luxury means.

Illustration by Max Coleman Illustration by Max Coleman Illustration by Max Coleman
Max Coleman

September – December 2023

Max is a self-taught illustrator who goes nowhere without a sktech book and pen.

It all began with campervan holidays and being inspired by the natural beauty of the UK.

Paintings by Sarah Hanner Hopwood Paintings by Sarah Hanner Hopwood Paintings by Sarah Hanner Hopwood
Sarah Hanner Hopwood

September – December 2023

I'm inspired by the hills of Wales, the majestic Scottish Highlands and Islands, and colours of the Mediterranean. My love of the outdoors and a connection with the elements motivates my landscapes which are layered using collage, watercolour and cotton stitching. Occasionally some gold or silver leaf brings a splash of glimmer. My style of blending colours is achieved by playing with found objects and household items and a great deal of experimentation!

I work full time in the NHS so painting is part time for now. I regularly exhibit across Oxfordshire and am delighted that my new work is part of The Potter's Wheel's collection.

Prints and Photography by Willow Woodwards Prints and Photography by Willow Woodwards Prints and Photography by Willow Woodwards
Willow Woodwards

September – December 2023

Elaine is an Oxford-based artist who grew up in Cornwall. She is drawn to colour and texture and is inspired by the harbours and coastlines of her childhood. Her other love is the natural world, particularly the flowers that grow in her garden, and along the hedgerows and coast path of Cornwall. She works in different media and often builds her paintings up in layers.

The last 12 months have seen her exploring collage layers of paper and paint, as well as painting some of the iconic buildings in her hometown of Oxford. Her originals have found homes all over the world and she also has a range of limited edition prints from her paintings.

Seascapes by Claire Howlett Seascapes by Claire Howlett Seascapes by Claire Howlett
Claire Howlett

May – August

My inspiration is derived from the natural world. Its wildness. For me, there is always something majestic to be found in our landscape, whether it be those almost transcendental, ethereal summer days or a wild, blustery coastline under a bruised sky. This is what I try and capture in my work.

I portray the mood of a place, its essence. This is painted in a non- representational way.

For me, the energy that is born from the sense of a place is what inspires the work. I don’t paint a specific location in a traditional manner, more try and translate the mood, the light; the soul, if you will.

Mosaics by CracktPot Jo Mosaics by CracktPot Jo Mosaics by CracktPot Jo
CracktPot Jo

May – August

I recreate broken and unwanted china into beautiful new, reloved objects for the home and garden.

This form of mosaic making is called pique assiette which translates to "stolen plate". Unlike traditional mosaics using china means there is always a certain...uncertainty on how the ceramic will break. Generally the older the plate the more unpredictable, I rather like that.

Also the makers' back stamps become little gems in themselves to be celebrated. By respecting the history and returning value to the old, used and unwanted, a piece can become a piece of memory ware.

Paintings by Denny Webb Paintings by Denny Webb Paintings by Denny Webb
Denny Webb

May – August

Denny is an intuitive, experimental artist who works in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, she is well known for her luminous watercolour paintings using many contemporary techniques which she also loves to share with her students to help inspire them to step out of their comfort zones and re-connect with their creative selves.

Denny has worked and studied in the U.S.A. where she has established a large client base and won numerous awards in national shows, in addition she has paintings in private collections in America, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the U.K.,she is also a member of the prestigious Oxford Art Society

Prints by Hannah Elizabeth
Prints by Hannah Elizabeth
Prints by Hannah Elizabeth
Hannah Elizabeth

May – August

Hannah's work draws on local landscapes and observations made in nature. Hannah graduated with a degree in Illustration from Bristol UWE in 2007. She then completed a PGCE in Secondary Art & Design at Oxford Brookes University and currently teaches art part time.

Hannah's work explores ideas around nostalgia, changing landscapes and fleeting moments of wonder that occur in nature. Each of her designs are created digitally using a drawing tablet.

Cards by Ronni Allen Cards by Ronni Allen Cards by Ronni Allen
Ronni Allen

May – August

Ronni is a food and still life photographer, and has a strong interest in independent and local businesses and seasonal produce.

Ronni uses her photography and styling skills to produce greeting cards that showcase products or seasonal produce, Ronni's aim for her still life photography is to make you think and appreciate the food we eat by showing it as beautifully as she can and maybe not in a way you have seen before.

Illustrations by Alicia Harrod Illustrations by Alicia Harrod Illustrations by Alicia Harrod
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Alicia Harrod

May – August

Environmental concerns are becoming increasingly prevalent within society, my approach to illustration blends the necessity of sustainability with a decorative eye for detail.

I draw inspiration from natural history illustration, vintage fashion, and textile design, culminating in a unique visual language which I wish to inspire hope for the future of our planet.

My main passion lies in painting fauna and flora, particularly endangered species, in a rich array of colours to capture one's imagination and transport you into the heart of the wilderness.

Jewellery by The Pine in the Valley Jewellery by The Pine in the Valley Jewellery by The Pine in the Valley
The Pine in the Valley

May – August

I handcraft a range of jewellery made from recycled sterling silver and other materials. These include seaglass and pottery, and stones' such as Fordite ('gemstones' made from waste products of car manufacture), Surfite (surfboard production) and Bowlerite (repurposed bowling balls).

My work is handcrafted by me in my home workshop. My pieces are simple, delicate and often inspired by adventures in the great outdoors and the need to protect our planet.

I also make a range of personalised jewellery, repurposing old and unwanted silver into a new generation of family keepsakes.

I'm working hard to become as eco conscious as possible, and I'm loving the journey of discovery.

If you would like your works to be considered for inclusion in our stock please send your details via the Contact page.

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