Matthew Chambers Contemporary Ceramic Sculptures. “Matthew began his journey in 1993 with a training in handmade tableware with Philip Wood in Nunney, the Somerset village where he grew up. His other education began in 1999 at Bath School of Art, followed with an MA at the Royal College of Art in London from 2002. He currently lives and makes on the Isle of Wight after moving there on a residency at Quay Arts in 2004.” See too Ford/Forlano "O'Keeffe" brooches.

Matthew Chambers Contemporary Ceramic Sculptures. “Matthew began his journey in 1993 with a training in handmade tableware with Philip Wood in Nunney, the Somerset village where he grew up. His other education began in 1999 at Bath School of Art, followed with an MA at the Royal College of Art in London from 2002. He currently lives and makes on the Isle of Wight after moving there on a residency at Quay Arts in 2004.” See too Ford/Forlano "O'Keeffe" brooches.

Ceramic sculpture in abstract style. Matthew begins his artistic career back in 1993, when together with Philip Wood he starts to create tableware.

Ceramic sculpture in abstract style. Matthew begins his artistic career back in 1993, when together with Philip Wood he starts to create tableware.

Matthew Chambers Ceramics • Ceramics Now - Contemporary ceramics magazine

Matthew Chambers Ceramics • Ceramics Now - Contemporary ceramics magazine

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