Sheridan MacInnes

Handmade pottery tableware, such as bowls, mugs, jugs and serving dishes. Thrown from stoneware clay on an electric wheel and glazed with subtle matte glazes.

I first became interested in pottery when I was teaching English in Japan, learning handbuilding methods at a pottery school in Tokyo. I started to learn to throw pots on an electric wheel at evening classes in London and later began to experiment with glazes.

Now I work from my small studio at my home in Hunter’s Bar. I throw the pots from stoneware clay and fire them twice in an electric kiln. I have formulated some of the glazes I use.

I like to think of people using my pots, as we do in our home. When designing them I look for a shape and a glaze that will complement the food or drink they will contain. The way a pot feels in the hands and how it looks on the table are what interest me.

Open days

  • Sunday 1st May
  • Monday 2nd May (Bank Holiday)

Studio location

32 Endcliffe Glen Road


S11 8RW

About this studio

I will show visitors my small studio, explain the process with examples of work at different stages and demonstrate throwing.

  • Visitors to the studio will be able to buy my art

Contact me as follows:

t: 01142 669 085
m: 07925 248 792

Back to all artists