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Hello! My name is Chloe and I live in a little village called Pentwynmawr in South Wales, with my 2 daughters, husband and a boston terrier. When I get some spare time I love nothing more than to be corvered in clay.
I am very inspired by the Welsh coast and countryside, my work is bright and textural, featuring organic shaped bowls and plates, along with more decorative art tiles and small figures.
I also prefer to use real leaves and flowers in many of my pieces, along with shells and other bits that I find while walking.
I also love using unusual methods to add texture to my pieces, so as well as rubber stamps and texture plates I also like to use other found objects like jewellery, lace, wallpaper, fabric and card shapes
Take a look and I hope you'll like what you find.

The word Cariad is Welsh for love, beloved, sweetheart or darling and is derived from…

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  • Female
  • Born on October 8
  • Joined July 31, 2010

Favorite materials

Clay, Glaze, Stamps, Wood, Leaves, Flowers and Paper

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CariadClay
Ceramics inspired by nature, bowls, plates...

About

Hello! My name is Chloe and I live in a little village called Pentwynmawr in South Wales, with my 2 daughters, husband and a boston terrier. When I get some spare time I love nothing more than to be corvered in clay.
I am very inspired by the Welsh coast and countryside, my work is bright and textural, featuring organic shaped bowls and plates, along with more decorative art tiles and small figures.
I also prefer to use real leaves and flowers in many of my pieces, along with shells and other bits that I find while walking.
I also love using unusual methods to add texture to my pieces, so as well as rubber stamps and texture plates I also like to use other found objects like jewellery, lace, wallpaper, fabric and card shapes
Take a look and I hope you'll like what you find.

The word Cariad is Welsh for love, beloved, sweetheart or darling and is derived from the Latin word carus, which means love or loved one
The Name has a history that goes deep into Welsh legend, It is believed that derivations of the word have been used in many celtic languages to express affection.

You can also follow my Instagram for pictures of my work and my life
https://instagram.com/cariadclay

And my twitter is
http://twitter.com/#!/CariadClay

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