pottery

Ceramics and Woodwork

Studio potters Adamina and Adrian aim to create tableware and cookware that is both beautiful and functional. They love an earthy modern rustic feel and let the beauty of wood and earth shine through in their products.

All ceramics are hand thrown by Adamina in their ceramics studio on a potters wheel and glazes are hand mixed to their own recipes. They use both electric and gas kiln to fire their work.

All their woodwork is made in their workshop by Adrian from sustainably sourced wood. Much of the wood has been sourced from Adamina’s grandmothers’s orchard in Resko, Poland


Studio 10

644 Kenton Lane
Harrow HA3 7LG

Tube: Harrow & Wealdstone
Bus: H18, H19, 186
Parking: Free on road parking

Open 11am – 5pm on:

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I had my introduction to pottery almost by chance when I enrolled for an evening class at the local college, I very soon found myself completely addicted to the medium and its versatility. When I sat at the potter’s wheel for the first time, I was mesmerised by its soothing effect on my mind. Several years on, pottery is my treat and my escape from the busy modern life.

My work is mostly thrown stoneware vessels; I prefer making functional objects that can be used for everyday life. I like sitting at my wheel and letting my hands create an object. I sometimes like to modify the shape of this thrown pieces by carving into it at leather hard stage or using glazes to accentuate the maker’s marks.

My inspiration comes from nature, Japanese and Italian pottery tradition but also from the work of all the artists that work around me.

To see more of my work have a look at my Harrow Open Studios Page here.

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