Llyod Peters works out of his studio in Halsetown. His ceramics can be read as fine art pieces: with the focus not so much on the function as on the abstract ideas of proportion, how the working methods impacts on the final piece, and turning clay into something can take centre stage. Looking for the expression first and foremost, he treats making as a form of exploration, losing contrail when that's what's needed, but always for the greater good of the pot.
Peters has recently finished a dual show at the Penwith Gallery, the home of the Penwith Society of Artists in Cornwall.