The collection

Lowri?s work stems from references of china displays on Welsh dressers, collections of souvenirs and vibrant illustrations of birds drawn from Victorian taxidermy collections. These objects and images often refer to a sense of place by reviving iconography and symbolism, which have a deep connection to her roots.

Lowri uses Bone China to slip-cast and porcelain to handbuild works. Each piece is fired 5 times: bisque, glaze is applied twice (clear and coloured glazes), decorated with decal application (screen-printed and printed from watercolour and ink drawings). Each piece is finished with platinum or gold lustre.

Lowri Davies

Lowri creates works in bone china and porcelain, creating collections of china teacups, jugs, vases and plates which are then characterised by slanted openings and decorated with ink and watercolour drawings.

She studied Ceramics at Cardiff School of Art followed by a Ceramic Design MA at Staffordshire University. Her career highlights include Solo and group exhibitions at Ruthin Craft Centre, demonstrating and exhibiting at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, exhibiting at Collect in London and Sofa Chicago.? Her work can be seen in collections at the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff and the Ceramics Collection at Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

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