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Jane Muir

Bird Head
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Bird Head

stoneware
32cm high
Bird head
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Bird head

ceramic stoneware
33 x 10cm
Bird Head – Ice Cream Pink & Bird

Bird Head – Ice Cream Pink & Bird

stoneware ceramic
47cm high
£795 & £160
Bird Head Tree

Bird Head Tree

stoneware
40cm high
£680
Bird Head, Blue Spots
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Bird Head, Blue Spots

stoneware
56cm high
Bird Head, Blue Stripes
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Bird Head, Blue Stripes

stoneware
53cm high
Bird Head, Yellow Band

Bird Head, Yellow Band

stoneware
62cm high
£895
Bird Shoulder – Charcoal

Bird Shoulder – Charcoal

stoneware ceramic
51cm high
£895
Birdhead Green
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Birdhead Green

stoneware
33cm high
Business Man
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Business Man

ceramic stoneware
39cm high
couple, garden, bird

couple, garden, bird

ceramic
17cm (garden)
£65 - £380
Figure with Two Birds

Figure with Two Birds

stoneware
60cm high
£980
Four Men in a Boat
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Four Men in a Boat

stoneware
24cm high
Garden
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Garden

stoneware
20cm high
Garden I
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Garden I

ceramic stoneware
18 X 20cm
Little Houses

Little Houses

stoneware
25cm high
£180 each
Little Ladies

Little Ladies

ceramic stoneware
18cm h x 6cm w
£80 each
Little Men

Little Men

ceramic stoneware
17cm h x 5cm w
£80 each
Man in Hat
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Man in Hat

stoneware
26cm high
Man in his Garden
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Man in his Garden

stoneware
24cm high
Peapods
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Peapods

ceramic stoneware
34cm high
Small Snow Bird

Small Snow Bird

ceramic stoneware
8 x 12cm
£65
Summer Meadow
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Summer Meadow

stoneware
60cm high
Tree Bird Head

Tree Bird Head

stoneware
32cm high
£480
Treehead Ladies
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Treehead Ladies

stoneware
27cm high
Treeheads – Gold and Charcoal
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Treeheads – Gold and Charcoal

stoneware ceramic
49cm & 53cm high

Jane Muir

Jane Muir specialises in idiosyncratic hand painted figures that represent a witty and uncluttered observation of the world. Figures that stand alone or placed in an architectural landscape are hand modelled, allowing her the freedom to sketch with clay and develop ideas during the making process. Jane’s figures are not about specific individuals but are a personification of character. Their anonymity allows us to identify for ourselves familiar individuals. Subtle colour and seductive surface textures are key elements in her work; immensely appealing but never sentimental. Her work has been exhibited widely throughout the UK, Europe, America and Japan. Education 1985-87 Epsom School of Art and Design, Surrey 1987-90 First Class BA (Hons), Central School of Art and Design, London 1990-92 MA Royal College of Art, London Awards 1988 Queen Mary/ William Atkinson Scholarship First Prize, necklace design for The Royal Shakespeare Co. 1991 First Prize, Plate Surface Design for Richard Ginori, Italy 1997 Crafts Council Setting Up Grant

Cornwall Contemporary

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