Jennie Hale

Jennie’s fascination with the natural world is central to her work both as a sculptor and potter.   Jennie gained an Honours Degree in Ceramics at Loughborough College of Art and Design, and then went on to work with Marianne de Tret at Shiners Bridge Pottery, Dartington. 

During this time she became interested in saltglaze and worked with Peter Starkey developing her own work and learning how to fire a salt kiln. In 1982 she moved to Coryton and set up Longham Pottery with her husband.

Nature is the center of all of Jennie’s work from her small mugs featuring wide – eyed owls to her large, upright fox sculpture, which dominates the room.

        

 

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