Adam Frew

Adam Frew

Adam Frew produces hand-crafted porcelain vessels inspired by traditional eastern forms. The key to his process is spontaneity which he employs as a means of personal expression. Adam’s work aims to capture the exuberance of the act of throwing so that energy and movement are communicated in his vessels. This practice is complemented and enhanced by continuing experimentation with method, form and colour. Mark-making is an intuitive process for Adam; sometimes it relates to the form being made, or to the process of making it, and sometimes it is part of the realisation of a personal narrative. Adam’s current collection includes his signature scribble pots and Dancers jars. All work is made from white porcelain, gas or wood fired in a reducing atmosphere. Adam Frew graduated from the University of Ulster, Belfast in 2004 with a BA Hons in Fine and Applied Arts (Ceramics). He undertook an apprenticeship with the renowned ceramic artist Judy Makela from 2002-2003, and Lisa Hammond between 2002 and 2006.  He is currently artist-in-residence at the Flowerfield Arts Centre, Portstewart, Co. Derry.

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Exhibitors at Ó, Tent London

Live Studios at Ó, Tent London

The Souvenir Project, Shoreditch Design Triangle

The Ogham Wall, V&A, Brompton Design District

Unfold, London Fashion Week