Emily-Kriste Wilcox

 

Graduating with first class honours from Bath Spa University in 2005, Emily-Kriste Wilcox is showing her work for the first time in Bath in July 2016. Wilcox is included in 'Who's Who in Visual Art, 74 Artisans, Craftspeople and Designers', published 2016.

 

Wide Shallow Vessel 3

ceramic

h.11.5 x w.34cm

 

Large Oval Vessel

with Blue Stripe

ceramic

h.24cm

 

Short Oval Vessel

with Navy Stripe

ceramic

h.10 x 23 x 16cm

 

 

Small Vessel 55

ceramic

12 x 9 x 9cm

 

 

Short Vessel 25

ceramic

9 x 13 x 13cm

 

Small Vessel 51

ceramic

12 x 9 x 9cm

Sold

 

 

Large Oval Vessel 12

ceramic

h.24 x w.21 x d.17cm

 

Wide Shallow Vessel

ceramic

h.11 x w.34 x d.34cm

 

Short Oval Vessel

ceramic

h.10 x w.22 x d.16cm

 

 

Small Oval 55

ceramic

h.13 x w.11.5 x d.8cm

 

Short Oval 018

ceramic

h.10 x w.22.5 x h.16cm

 

 

Small Oval Vessel 36

ceramic

h.10.5 x w.14 x d.8cm

Sold

 

 

Short Vessel 26

ceramic

 

 

Small Vessel 54

ceramic

h.11 x w.9.5 x d.8.5cm

 

 

Emily-Kriste Wilcox is a member of The Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen, Member of Handmade in Britain and an Arts Award Advisor.

 

Education

2005          BA (Hons) 3D Design: Ceramics; Bath Spa University; First Class

Residencies

2005          Network Europe 2005, Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Centre, Skaelskor, Denmark 

Awards

2012          Craft & Design Selected Silver Award 2012 (ceramics category)
2005          Bryant Fedden Award, Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen
2005          Minerva Prize, Bath Spa University

 

Since graduating Emily-Kriste Wilcox has shown her distinctive work at numerous exhibitions in London, across England, Wales, France, The Netherlands and Denmark. Her work has been featured in many prominent publications, including The World of Interiors, Homes and Gardens magazine, The English Home,  Elle Decoration Magazine, Aesthetica Magazine and regularly in Ceramic Review and Craft and Design Magazine.

 

Her work is in many private collections in the UK and mainland Europe, including Guldagergaard, Skaelskor, Denmark.

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