Working with clay for over 30 years has helped Andy Titcomb develop his own unique style and his playful personality shines through each and every one of his works. His early work consisted of a range of beautifully constructed teapots that became a huge hit and very collectible. Throughout the years, Andy has teased life into his clever creations, forming delicately precious teapots in various different styles and shapes. From frogs to dogs and locks to tin cans; Andy has a wide variety of figures that he has carefully crafted into stunning teapots.
Andy’s love of clay and working with the medium is almost palpable, each piece that he lovingly creates is filled with imagination and innovation and it is clear that he thoroughly enjoys what he does.
Andy earned a BA Hons in Fine Art Ceramics from the Exeter College of Art in 1977 and was happy to work at Sunshine Ceramics from the late seventies until the early eighties where he decorated various different items including the Natwest Piggy Banks. In 1983 he began making striking teapots and from then on he was hooked. His work is highly praised and exported all over the world as people clamour for his popular style.
Andy’s recent works have been mainly focused on small teapots with Raku fired one off pieces. He is always open to suggestions and commissions and we’re sure that you will love his work just as much as we do. Andy has worked with clay and the teapot form for more than 30 years. He loves it's endless, playful potential to create illusions and raise a smile.
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