Emma Jayne Robertson - EJR Ceramics

Emma's Artist Statement:

Emma-Jayne returned to her Suffolk home near Debenham after completing a Masters Degree in Contemporary Applied Arts at the University of Cumbria in Carlisle in 2009.

Specialising in Ceramics, her work explores recreations of fossils and suggestions of the sealine. Much of the visual research has come from the Suffolk Coastline, including Dunwich, Aldeburgh and Southwold.

Having lived in Suffolk all her life, Emma-Jayne planned to follow a career in textile design. However, it was while she studied a Foundation Degree in Art and Design at Suffolk College that she discovered her love for ceramics and from that point onwards has never looked back.

Her interest in Textiles still plays a part in her art work. Emma often uses textile materials and methods to inform her ceramic work and the textural surfaces of the clay.

Emma Jayne Robertson fossil dish
Close up of Sea Prism Vases, from £65 to £75
Close up of ammonite dishes by EJR Ceramics at Vitreus Art
Close up of Ammonite Sculptural Dishes, from £25 to £75
Emma Jayne Robertson new ceramics at Vitreus Art
Seashore Tile dishes, from £70 to £95

We say:

We love Emma's new Prism collection for its crisp edges and modern finish. Lovely!

 

 

Seashore vases by Emma Jayne Robertson of EJR Ceramics at Vitreus Art
Seashore Prism Vases from £60 to £75Tall and short sea vases at Vitreus Art from Emma Jayne Robertson
Seashore Elipse Vases from £40 to £145 Black Fossil ceramics new at Vitreus Art
Sea Tile Dish £125

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