Robyn Hardyman throws her vessels on the wheel in her garden studio in Oxford. She makes with porcelain, for its delicacy and strength, and the pure surface it offers for a glaze. Her pieces are thrown thinly, and while their forms are often inspired by classic oriental ceramics they have a contemporary quality of their own. Robyn appreciates the subtle beauty in simplicity and an attention to every detail.
Robyn relishes exploring a palette of serene glaze colours and textures, a variety of surfaces to complement the restrained forms. This is always an ongoing process; the thrill of experiment and discovery is one of the greatest rewards in making.