Jane Hollidge

Jane has been working in clay since the 1960s. She has developed a reputation as an artist creating large abstract paintings which have an emphasis on bright contrasting colours. Jane’s hand-built pots also reflect her joy of using colour and are decorated using a similar exuberant palette. Her pots are fired in an electric kiln to a high earthenware but below stoneware temperatures and a vast majority of her work is decorative rather than domestic or functional.

Jane is a member of The East Anglian Potters Association and has sold her work to collectors both in this country and world wide.