Jane Cox’s lively work is amongst the most recognisable in British studio ceramics. She is a technically versatile potter with a long established reputation for her colour and decorative surfaces. Based on the Isle of Wight, she is influenced by its temperate coastal landscape, but her ceramics also evoke the vivid luminosity of France, where she formerly lived, and the Caribbean. The various colours and forms of these places are reflected in striking objects with their distinctive clarity of line and design. Their rhythmical patterning is suggestive of energies in these natural worlds, of land, air and water. Jane studied ceramics at Camberwell and the Royal College of Art, and is a former Master of the Art Worker’s Guild.
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