Wendy Fowler

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Sea Houses jar with boats and bunting

Sea Houses jar with boats and bunting

This is a jar pot decorated with my sea houses, boats and bunting design. It has lots of lovely bright colours and is finished with a matt glaze.

16cm x 12cm

£70.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
I have been influenced by the lovely quirky houses around our coastal villages with bunting often put up in the streets in the summer months.
Sea houses with boats and bunting

Sea houses with boats and bunting

A sea houses pot with boats and bunting in lovely bright colours, a matt glaze on the outside and pale blue inside.

18cm x 19cm

£95.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
I have been influenced by the lovely quirky houses around our coastal villages with bunting often put up in the streets in the summer months.
Beach hut bowl

Beach hut bowl

A little bowl with a beach hut design with bunting on the outside.

5cm x 16cm

£20.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
A beach hut and bunting bowl
Seaside houses Jar

Seaside houses Jar

One of my sea side houses jars with bright little houses and bunting around the pot

13cm x 13cm

£45.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
I have been influenced by the lovely quirky houses around our coastal villages with bunting often put up in the streets in the summer months.
Sea Houses pot

Sea Houses pot

A lovely pot with my sea houses and bunting design on. Lots of bright colours with a matt glaze.

16cm x 19cm

£95.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
I have been influenced by the lovely quirky houses around our coastal villages with bunting put up often in the summer months.
Hand built triangle vase

Hand built triangle vase

This is a hand built vase made with decorated clay in subtle colours.

25cm x 8cm

£45.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
Hand built vase with a triagle decoration
large green yarn bowl

large green yarn bowl

This is a Coot Green yarn bowl, lovely subtle green glaze. It has 2 large holes and 6 small ones and KNIT written on the side.

11cm x 19cm
Sold
Can be seen at The Pottery
Large Yarn bowl in grey/green/blue matt glaze

Large Yarn bowl in grey/green/blue matt glaze

This is a lovely matt finish yarn bowl in several different colours.
Great for using while you knit to keep the yarn in one place. It has two heart shaped holes and 6 smaller round holes.

11cm x 18cm
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Large Yarn bowl in a grey/green glaze

Large Yarn bowl in a grey/green glaze

large yarn bowl - It keeps the wool in one place while you knit. This one has two round holes and 6 small holes. The glaze is a lovely grey/green matt finish.

11cm x 19cm
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Small yarn bowl in green/brown/grey glaze

Small yarn bowl in green/brown/grey glaze

Small yarn bowl - really good for putting a ball of yarn in while you are knitting. It keeps the wool in one place while you knit. This one has two round holes and 4 small ones. The glaze is a beautiful green/brown/grey

14cm x 10cm
Sold
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Yarn bowl in white with blue glaze

Yarn bowl in white with blue glaze

Large yarn bowl - really good for putting a ball of yarn in while you are knitting. It keeps the wool in one place while you knit. There is a hole in the other side to put your needles when not in use. The glaze is a beautiful white with blue.

12cm x 18cm
Sold
Urban tapestry weaving

Urban tapestry weaving

A tapestry weaving following my Urban theme.

17cm x 26cm

£180.00
Horsehair bottle

Horsehair bottle

This is a thrown bottle which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bottle is different.

21cm x 11cm

£85.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
This is a thrown bottle which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bottle is different.
Horsehair Bottle

Horsehair Bottle

This is a thrown bottle which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bottle is different.

Raku
18cm x 11cm

£80.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
This is a thrown bottle which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bottle is different.
Horsehair bottle

Horsehair bottle

This is a thrown bottle which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bottle is different.

18cm x 11cm

£80.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
This is a thrown bottle which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bottle is different.
Boats and bunting jug form

Boats and bunting jug form

This is almost a jug ( just a hint of a lip!) It is decorated with my bunting and boats. It has a turquoise glaze on the inside.

19cm x 11cm

£75.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
I have been influenced by the lovely old boats around our coastal villages with bunting often put up in the streets in the summer months.
Sea houses pot with boats and bunting

Sea houses pot with boats and bunting

A pot with my sea house design including boats and bunting. It is in lovely bright colours with a matt glaze and a pale blue glaze on the inside.

16cm x 19cm

£95.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
I have been influenced by the lovely quirky houses around our coastal villages with bunting often put up in the streets in the summer months.
Sea houses bowl

Sea houses bowl

A little bowl with the sea houses design on. The outside has a row of bunting on.

7cm x 18cm

£25.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
A little bowl with sea house design
Sea houses jug form

Sea houses jug form

Another one of the jug forms with sea houses and bunting - with just a hint of a lip and a quirky handle.

15cm x 10cm

£40.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
I have been influenced by the lovely quirky houses around our coastal villages with bunting often put up in the streets in the summer months.
Circles vase

Circles vase

This is a handbuilt vase with a circle design in the clay. It is glazed with a transparent glaze and even has the design on the bottom.

16cm x 9cm

£40.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
handbuilt vase
Squares vase

Squares vase

This is a hand built vase with squares and rectangles of colour. It has a matt turquoise glaze on the inside.

24cm x 9cm

£45.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
This is a hand built vase using ornage,brown and yellow colours.
Sponged blue/green/brown yarn bowl

Sponged blue/green/brown yarn bowl

A yarn bowl in a sponged glaze with blues, greens and browns in the glaze. It has YARN stamped on the side and has two large round holes and 6small holes.

11cm x 19cm
Sold
Can be seen at The Pottery
Large Yarn bowl in shiny white glaze

Large Yarn bowl in shiny white glaze

Large yarn bowl in a shiny white glaze with brown edges. It has two larger holes and 6 small ones.

11cm x 19cm
Sold
Can be seen at The Pottery
Small yarn bowl in blue brown glaze

Small yarn bowl in blue brown glaze

Small yarn bowl - really good for putting a ball of yarn in while you are knitting. It keeps the wool in one place while you knit. It has KNIT stamped on the side and 2 large holes and 4 small holes.

10cm x 15cm
Sold
Can be seen at The Pottery
Yarn bowl

Yarn bowl

Large yarn bowl in blue/green/grey glaze.

11cm x 18cm
Sold
Yarn bowl in a speckly blue glaze

Yarn bowl in a speckly blue glaze

Large yarn bowl - really good for putting a ball of yarn in while you are knitting. It keeps the wool in one place while you knit.
There is a hole in the other side to put your needles when not in use.
Lovely shiny blue glaze.

12cm x 18cm
Sold
Can be seen at The Pottery
Urban Textile

Urban Textile

This is a tapestry weaving based on my Urban theme.

19cm x 46cm

£200.00
Horsehair bottle

Horsehair bottle

This is a thrown bottle which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bottle is different.

17cm x 11cm

£80.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
This is a thrown bottle which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bottle is different.
Horsehair bottle

Horsehair bottle

This is a thrown bottle which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bottle is different.

14cm x 8cm

£65.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
This is a thrown bottle which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bottle is different.
Horsehair bowl

Horsehair bowl

This is a thrown bowl which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bowl is different.

5cm x 21cm

£75.00
Can be seen at The Pottery
This is a thrown bowl which is fired to about 800 degrees and then taken out of the kiln with tongs and one strand at a time the horsehair is applied to the hot body of the pot. When it touches the hot surface it smokes and leaves a black line on the pot. It is quite a random effect so each bowl is different.