Teapot Mug

Maggie Smith

Bone china mug with a print of a tea party

Maggie moved to the South Hams in 2005, having lived and worked in Oxfordshire for 25 years.  A love of drawing since childhood led her to study painting at A level, which she intended to specialise in when she trained as a teacher. An inspirational ceramics tutor, Eric Rankin, changed Maggie’s pathway and working with clay became a passion and her main subject at college.

Completing a 3 year City and Guilds Watercolour course, encouraged Maggie to experiment more with mixed media and different art techniques and helped her return once more to painting.

She is a member of Press Gang Printmakers, based in Salcombe and has been working with drypoints, monotypes, collagraphs and producing prints created using a type of clay [ Fragmentseries]

Maggie has always been interested in textiles and incorporates this in her art work, working recently on memory collages which involve layering torn prepared papers, fabric, photographs and text. 

8.5cm high x 7.5 cm wide


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