Hull-born and Edinburgh-raised, Judith Glover is a ceramic artist specialising in handbuilt sculptural pieces in the studio pottery tradition.  Now based in North Yorkshire, her ceramic work is often inspired by painters such as Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964), Joan Eardley (1921-1963), John Piper (1903-1992) and JM Whistler (1834-1903).

In a previous life Judith worked as an academic lecturer and researcher, and during those decades she learned the basics of ceramics in evening classes. It is only since she left the academic world, about ten years ago, that she has developed her practice – exhibiting and selling her work in galleries and Open Studios.  

Judith’s work is produced very slowly, mostly using the age-old technique of coiling.  From start to finish each piece takes around six weeks, working each day on one or two pieces at a time.  She produces only about fifteen each year.

Proceeds from sales of her work go to IDAS, the Yorkshire charity that supports victims and survivors of domestic violence.  

You can be in touch with Judith about her work via the Contact page.

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