is showing at MADE LONDON – Marylebone The Design and Craft Fair
Stand 86 in the Soane Hall
At this year’s craft event, Made Marylebone, potter Rosamund Coady is exhibiting an installation of tea-cups inspired by Japanese craft, design and visual sensibilities. Rosamund says: “I create my work round a theme, researching a topic in depth, then using my sense of curiosity, I work with the clay to lead me towards a new story”.
Rosamund studied at Camberwell Art School. Whilst her kids were growing up she did not work professionally, although she would show among friends After a gap of 35 years, she attended a class organised by potter Daphne Carnegie. “It felt so natural to be making pieces from clay again, and I overcame technical difficulties and learnt to mix up my own glazes. I was finally making pieces I was happy with. When I made the decision to set up my own studio, my confidence began to build, and I started showing and selling my work, developing a small and loyal clientele” Rosamund explains.
Rosamund now participates in local craft fairs and more recently set up her own solo shows in venues in London.
You can buy her lovely pottery from www.giftedlocal.com and, of course, at Made London.
MADE LONDON – Marylebone the Design and Craft Fair
is open 24 -27 October, 10.30 – 5 PM
Further information from: [email protected]