Friday, January 29, 2021

Kate Cooke: shedworker

Sheffield-based potter Kate Cooke talks about her work and her garden studio (pictured above) in an excellent interview on Folksy. Kate's handmade stoneware pottery (pictured below) is all made in her environmentally-friendly studio, a repurposed garden shed, and is inspired by the Peak District landscape around her. "Making pottery involves lots of stages, " she says, "often with critical drying time between each step, so it’s really handy having my studio space at home in the garden." Well worth reading and you can visit her shop via the links above.


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