Rosalind's work is hand built in the tradition of early earthenware makers and decorated with her own slips and glazes. Basic forms are thrown on the wheel and then embellished with figures, often
inspired by the English countryside. Working without the use of casts or moulds makes each piece uniquely different.
Born in South Yorkshire, Ros largely grew up in Africa where her parents ran a school. Now settled in the Peak District, she was introduced to pottery by Geoff and Pat Fuller who encouraged her to find her own creative style.
"I thought clay must feel happy in the good potter's hand"
I love this quote from the writer Janet Fitch, although for me the inverse is true - good clay in my potter's hands makes me feel truly happy.