Miles-Moore Ceramics

Ceramics / Sculpture • Red Route • Neighbour

At our studio we use found and foraged materials to make fine dining ware for Michelin Starred Chefs, Teabowls for use in the Japanese Tea Ceremony and Sculpture.

Images of studio
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My Practice

We love working together and collaborating with other people. Telling stories of place using materials that have meaning for us and for our customers. We believe that beauty exists in the everyday and that we all benefit when we take the time to look at the world carefully. Working with some of the UKs top chefs is a constant inspiration.

We tell our story to our friend Sheena Allcock

Tools & Materials

Our studio is on the shores of Lake Windermere, where we are artists in residence for the Brathay Trust. We use stone from quarries and mines as well as waste from other artists to create unique glazes. Working in clay means we need a lot of space and time for work to dry and be fired twice.

Examples of work
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Spring Fling Activity

We will show you around our home studio from a lap top. During the pandemic our friend Rich built us the most amazing online experience so you can sit on a hill or by a lake as well as wandering around the studio. Also expect to see many brightly coloured microcosms.

Spring Fling Friends Offer

10 per cent discount

Studio 94

Address

Daniel Lacey Design and Furniture, Glenesk Road, Langholm, DG13 0ES

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Accessibility

The venue is all on one level inside, there is a small step to get in.

Facilities

  • Toilet
  • Family Friendly
  • Credit/debit cards accepted

Visiting my studio

Come with open minds and learn how everyday beauty is created!

Evening Openings

Wed

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