MABEL and CO

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[...] ware we sell in our shop and my contemporary work I exhibit across Wales. What has been your proudest moment? I feel a sense of privilege and pride being the eighth generation potter of the Jenkins [...]

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[...] printing in the darkroom; I was hooked – I have never looked back. What has been your career path? HA HA, the path I have been down did not have any signs on it there were clearly no [...]

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[...] and it brings me joy to wear it in chilly London-evoking memories of India. What has been your career path? Pretty dogmatic. I worked exceptionally hard at school and college and dived straight in [...]

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[...] to throw by my father and spent most of my childhood practising the craft in the pottery along-side him. I studied Ceramics at Cardiff College of Art 1995–8 and the Royal College of [...]

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  I first met Caitlin Jenkins over 15 years ago in Cardiff where we were both studying for our Ceramics degrees. It was immediately clear that she [...]

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INTERVIEW: JOANNA BROWN

[...] my heart, made mistakes on the way and seized great opportunities What has been your proudest moment? Building my own website, launching my business – making it happen from scratch all [...]

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[...] I was shown how to make a 8 page fold book, even I can do 8 pages. What was your proudest moment? After I graduated I made a book called ‘Where’s My Dictator’ to send to art [...]

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[...] my appreciation of that luck has driven me not to waste the opportunity. What has been your proudest moment? For my work I have a moment frozen in my mind – I am standing in the bar at the top of a [...]

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