I work mainly with high-firing stoneware clays, creating complex pieces for indoor, outdoor and (occasionally) aquatic use. My work is strongly influenced by patterns found in nature, particularly those found in mathematics and biological sciences and I am especially drawn to designs based on morpho-ecology (a branch of parametrics) and material computation in architecture. My work is all made entirely by hand without the use of 3D technology. This makes the work take a lot longer to make but each piece is a one-off: uniquely and carefully crafted.

Provided the requirements fit my aesthetic and style, I'm happy to work to commissions - of any scale - so do feel free to get in touch.

Adèle Davison

Ceramics Education

Foundation Degree Contemporary Ceramic Practice - June 2011
BA Creative Practice (First Class Honours) specialising in ceramics - June 2013
MA Ceramics (Distinction) - October 2017
Apprenticeship with Gustavo Perez, Veracruz, Mexico - January 2020 to May 2021

Please see Events / exhibitions section for further details of my CV.