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Adam Frew Ceramics

21 Cullycapple Park, Aghadowey, County Londonderry, BT51 4AS
Adam Frew Ceramics
  • Adam Frew Ceramics
  • Adam Frew Ceramics
  • Adam Frew Ceramics
  • Adam Frew Ceramics
  • Adam Frew Ceramics
  • Adam Frew Ceramics
  • Adam Frew Ceramics
  • Adam Frew Ceramics
  • Adam Frew Ceramics
  • Adam Frew Ceramics

About

Adam Frew creates functional porcelain pieces and large one-off pots. His pieces are clean, traditional, forms thrown on the potters wheel that subtly show the makers hand and create a sense of life from the craftmanship of his work.

Based in rural Northern Ireland, he works from his barn-conversion studio space beside his home in Aghadowey, County Londonderry.

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