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Lin & Jemima studied ceramics together at Bath Academy of Art.
After graduating Jemima moved to Shaftesbury and taught Art & Design at William Barnes School, Sturminster Newton before moving to the hills of West Wales to farm with her husband and young family. Recently she and her husband have retired to Cornwall to be with their son and his family. Her work is exhibited at The Maritime Gallery in St Ives.
“I have been so fortunate to live in such beautiful surroundings,” she says, “and I have continued to work in ceramics, inspired by the landscape around me. I often return both to West Wales and to Dorset so my work is infused by my love of all these places”.
Lin moved to London after her degree to study at Goldsmiths, followed by teaching
in Inner London before bringing up a family in Surrey where she completed an
MA at the University of the Creative Arts. When the opportunity arose to relocate to
Wiltshire she followed a dream to set up a studio and pursue her own work full time.
‘My Work evolves from a preoccupation with the residue of human existence and
the beauty of an unconscious or fleeting mark . The marks made and the residue left
are the result of societies engagement with , and attempts to map and control, the
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