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Sculptural and figurative Ceramics

. Handmade in Devon

      by Tina Hill-Art

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My pieces are formed intuitively and often with abstract representation. Elements of the local coast, wild estuary and working port often emerge, in particular the ever changing silvery estuary tide and rugged textures of the surrounding natural landscapes.  

Remembered fragments of my wandering travels, my playful inner child and a career working therapeutically with people are also key influences, often seen reflected in characters, mythology, metaphor and suggested emotion.  

I hand-build from slabbed and coiled clay, mostly stoneware, fired to high temperatures. I often leave sections unglazed, or decorated with matte tactile  finishes.

I'm also licensed to hand-dig and process a limited amount of local wild clay which I use as a slip or a glaze addition.  I love using with this iron-rich red clay, as it's locally sourced, being harvested less than 100 metres from my studio!


 Located in the South Devon village of Shaldon, I work from a small studio close to the Teign estuary edge. 

 I sell through galleries and occasionally exhibit at local ceramic events & exhibitions and occasionally have an open studios event. 

I run small group 'pottery expereinces': information here

See my facebook or Instagram pages for upcoming dates.


My ceramics are stocked in: 

Cider Press Gallery - Dartington

Seaglass Gallery - Lympstone

Gallery 5 - Salcombe

London House Gallery - Honiton

If there is a particular item you are looking for, do drop me a line to see if I have it in stock at the studio, or if a gallery has one


TV feature

 My wild clay foraging was featured in Channel 5's South West Cost path programme with Michael Portillo, you can watch the episode here:

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