Inspirations Gallery 

Be Inspired! 

Artists - Ceramics

Brenda Fee

Brenda holds a BA (Hons) and Tableware and an MA in Ceramics.

She is naturally drawn to look at many different sculptural and structured sources, such as images of fashion, fabric, architecture, landscape and the natural world.  In particular the striking scenery of the Lake District where she grew up has inspired many elements of her work. She produces sculptural tableware, landscape art, translucent textured pieces and small scale work.

Having worked with porcelain for many years, her love of this very beautiful, tactile and versatile material, allows her to explore a variety of techniques and making processes in order to achieve her desired goal.

Mary Howard-George
Mary trained as a studio potter during the 1970s and then taught for many years.  In 2008 she set up her workshop and presented her  first range  of porcelain tableware two years later.
She makes simple pots for everyday use, including tea light holders, jugs and vases and many of her designs are inspired by the coast.
Roelofs & Rubens
Based in Hampshire, Roelofs & Rubens make hand made and hand painted tableware, tiles and hanging decorations .  Their ranges are inspired by the Delft Blue of Holland, although they do also produce pieces in a variety of colours.  Their Windmill hanging decoration is based on Lytham's own windmill and the ones with 'Lytham' written on the reverse are exclusive to Inspirations Gallery

Snowdonia Blue Slate Pottery

Based in Caernarfon, North Wales, Snowdonia Blue Slate Pottery created a range of ceramics, including bowls and vases, including many with a celtic theme.  The gallery stock pieces from the Botanics range.

Emily Stracey

Emily Stracey works in ceramics to make quirky and adorable cats and dogs.  In addition she also makes a range of animal heads featuring a variety of creatures plus hanging plaques of cat's faces.  She also produces a range of amusing cards featuring cats.

Stubbs Mugs

Stubbs Mugs produce a range of porcelain mugs with slogans on them.  Their main range are the 'I'd Rather Be..........' beakers and number of these are stocked at the gallery, including 'I'd Rather Be In Lytham'.