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Wendy Hoare Peach Kernel, stoneware, height 1 m Wendy graduated with a BA Honours in Fine Art from Reading in 1967, having specialised in Sculpture. She taught Art before setting up a ceramic workshop in 1989, producing large, one-off pots - a feature for garden, conservatory, domestic and commercial interiors. Wendy is a professional member of The Craft Potters Association and her work is in many international collections. Her pots are not functional but are related to vessel forms. Each pot is 'a big adventure in form and texture'. Inspiration comes from the natural world, including nutshells, seed cases, berries on stalks and the curve of landscape and the human body. Wendy has looked to Greece, Africa, South America and many contemporary potters for inspiration.Click here to view more work by Wendy Hoare