Janie Kidston Ceramics
Janie Kidston’s ceramic work incorporates locally and incidentally found clay and raw materials used in the making of ceramics. Collected over time, these are the products of casual observation; walking, traveling, looking, digging and filling in some of the gaps in the back-story of a particular ceramic process. Using these materials has become a means of making a personal record of place and landscape. Her work uses found-clay from sites in London, Peckham, the West Country and Greece.
All pots are made on the pottery wheel as unique pieces. They can either link together or be used separately. Everything is potentially functional and offers a variety of options for either use or decoration – use them as you wish.