Amanda was born in Portsmouth and studied Art and Design there before fleeing to Cornwall in 1997. However, she was unable to resist her naval (gazing) tendencies and ended up in another notorious port full of seamen, Falmouth. There she took a degree in Studio Ceramics, graduating in the Year Nought (the college computers weren't Y2K compliant!).
She is quoted as saying, "I enjoy making functional, decorative ceramics inspired by the stunning shapes, texture, structure and colour of the nature and countryside around me. The hand painted work of Bernard Leach has always greatly inspired my decoration, especially using animals to give me a range of decorative possibilities."
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