Ceramic Artist Barbara Wakefield
Ceramic Artist, Barbara Wakefield shares a studio in a Victorian cobbled yard in South East London. Many diversely creative people work in this historic environment, providing a really creative and interesting working atmosphere. In Victorian times these were live/work units with makers such as medical instrument makers, ships fan makers and many others. Nowadays there are disciplines such as Jewellery, Film Animation, Web Design, Pottery, Painting, Architecture, Stone Carving, Sculpture and more.
Articles written by Barbara Wakefield
|"A Link Through Time - Margaret Rey ARCA"
||Published - Ceramic Review Sept/Oct 2003
|"Rites of Passage - Setting up an end of year show"
||Published - Ceramic Review Nov/Dec 2002
Barbara Wakefield's potter's mark entry in: British Studio Potters' Marks, Third Edition Published by Bloomsbury 2015, Updated and edited by James Hazlewood
||London Potters Award, Most innovative use of materials
||Adult Learners Award 2002 - Art & Design Ceramics
||City & Guilds Medal for Excellence 2000, Highly Commended
||Professional Development Diploma - Fine Art Ceramics
||Professional Development Certificate - Fine Art Ceramics
||Higher National Certificate - Art & Design Ceramics, Distinction
||National Certificate - Design Ceramics, Distinction
||City & Guilds - Ceramics, Design for Ceramics
||A level music
||Grade V piano
||Grade V111 clarinet
||Grade V theory