Linda Bloomfield designs and makes ceramic art and tableware based on her thrown porcelain, with dimples and visible throwing lines showing the hand of the maker. She uses a tactile satin matt glaze on the outside and colour on the inside. She makes her own range of glazes and is particularly interested in the translucent colours obtained using oxides rather than commercial stains. She has written several books on glazes and teaches a course on colour in glazes at Forest Row School of Ceramics. She has exhibited her work widely in the world of design and craft.
020 8743 7258
Website by Henry Bloomfield. Photography also by Henry Bloomfield except where stated otherwise.
Collect Open, Crafts Council, Somerset House, London Feb 2020
The Future of Craft, Design Nation, Bargehouse, London May 2019
Dialogues still life exhibition with Sarah Spackman, Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford 2017
London Design Fair, British Craft Pavilion, Truman Brewery 2016
Tokyo Interior lifestyle showcase, British Embassy, Tokyo 2015
Paris Maison et Objet, British European Design Group, Villepinte, Paris 2014
PhD Engineering Science Warwick University 1990
Visiting scholar MIT 1987