Fliff Carr

Fliff uses white earthenware clay, embossed, stamped or inlaid with subtle shades of coloured slip, underglazes and textures from vintage fabrics and found objects. Her work is thrown and hand rolled and has an understated, comtempory aesthetic using hints of gold to add to the notion of ‘treasure’, of objects that are precious.


Fliff is preparing work for a collection to be shown in May 1018 centered around mudlarking on the Thames foreshore.  Using found objects on ceramic domestic ware as part of a theme about retrieved and re-imagined belongings.