Emily Myers was born in 1965.
After graduating with a degree in Ceramics from Bristol Polytechnic in 1987, she returned to her home town of London, She is a Crafts Council selected maker and member of the Craft Potters Association.
Myers has demonstrated regularly at Art in Action and other craft fairs. She has had solo shows at Beaux-Arts in Bath and Contemporary Ceramics in London. Her work has also been shown in Tel Aviv, Hamburg, Paris and New York.
Today, she has a workshop in the woods in the village of Tangley - which is 5 miles north of Andover on the Hampshire-Wiltshire Border.
Emily’s vessels take a range of forms including rocking bottles, vases and balls. She works in both porcelain and red stoneware clay. Her work is domestic in scale but sculptural in form.
This is a small rocking pot - it is made of red clay with a very beautiful and subtle blue and green textured matt glaze. It is stamped with her makers mark on the base.
It is in excellent condition with no damages. It measures 6 3/4 inches wide - and has an overall height of 4 inches and a depth of 1 3/4 inches.
These little art pottery creations by Myers are highly sought after - this one is listed at a fair price for this unique work by one of our leading contemporary ceramic artists.