Wendy has worked with ceramics for over 25years. She loves experimenting with different techniques of firing, especially Horse hair Raku. She also likes to explore different forms and makes both ornamental and utility ware.
She has been working with kiln fused glass since 2003. She likes to push the boundaries of what can be achieved producing unique pieces of both decorative and useful items. These could be dishes in a wide variety of sizes and shapes, to wall hangers, making many commission pieces.
Philip started woodturning full time in 1986 and attended craft fairs for more then 12 years. After a break he started turning again and moved into a craft unit in Hutton-le-Hole, in 2006 with his wife Wendy, a Glass and Ceramics artist.
He was accepted onto the Register of Professional Turners in 2006, this was a very proud moment for him, and showed he had reached a very high standard.
Over 60 articles published in GMC Woodturning Magazine
Philip likes to work with native timber, sourced from a local timber yard and from tree surgeons; this allows him to choose the way it’s converted to obtain the best figuring.
Philip work ranges from utility ware to works of art. He produces small to large items which he sells at the shop. along with his workshop.