Jeremy Nichols trained on Westminster University’s Workshop Ceramics course at Harrow, graduating with a First Class Honours Degree in 1998. He now works in saltglaze at his Hertfordshire studio, specialising in pots for making and drinking tea and coffee designed to combine functionality with visual impact.
Both the shapes of the pots and the way they are made owe much to Jeremy’s longstanding interest in aviation and the precision of engineered objects: He has a degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the 1970s and the forms and structures of flight remain major influences in his work today. Although working in a European modernist tradition he draws on ideas from a variety of ceramic cultures and periods, as well as contemporary architecture’s approach to reconciling form and function
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