Number eleven in our series on makers who create objects perfect for museum and gallery retailers is ceramicist Josie Walter. Josie’s functional and individually decorated wares will enliven any kitchen or table, perfect examples of the product we are profiling in this virtual partnership with the Association for Cultural Enterprises. Enjoy your browse through Josie’s virtual “stand”, appreciate her distinctive slipware, while deciding which pieces would be perfect to find in your favourite museum’s retail offering.
says, “My range of useful pottery reflects my current interests in gardening, cooking from fresh ingredients and rural life. The moderate price range of the lunch plates, bowls, mugs and jugs, pie dishes, butter slabs and spoon rests make these very individual and highly affordable gifts.” Josie is open to working with museum outlets to make exclusive ranges.