anne haworth

This artist accepts commissions

Mediums Used

Coral form

Anne`s work is informed by plant life both above ground and under water. Large forms are created using small elements from different plants and plant structures with a desire to capture some of the rich complexity of the plant world. She sees each plant as a sculpture, and her preliminary studies attempt to capture some of the most complex structures in microscopic detail

Anne`s work as a ceramic sculptor aims to capture some of the amazing complexity of the plant world. Her ceramic forms are often built up of hundreds of small pieces with an emphasis on structure and detail so that they eye is drawn to the microscopic detail of the surface. Fragility and strength are both intriguing concepts in the natural world and she is drawn to convey these contrasting factors in her own work.

Sculptures by anne haworth



After a career in journalism She returned to study in the early 1990s and gained a BA hons in 3d Design and Visual Studies which was followed by a career as a ceramic artist and arts tutor. Her work was exhibited in galleries throughout the UK and in Dubai and Paris. She returned to study recently and achieved a Masters degree with distinction in Ceramics at the University of Central Lancashire, graduating in June of 2014. She has now completed a new body of work which reflects her continuing fascination with the plant world


Influenced mainly by nature. In it`s broadest sense this is a huge subject so her work reflects her place in the natural world - a walk along the seashore or into the woods collecting small, hand-held items is the perfect starting point

Teaching Experience
Anne has worked as an artist in schools and as an arts instructor. She has run several workshops for children and adults. Worked on a sensory sculpture garden with a group of special needs adults. Worked for seven years for a charity which provided creative arts for disabled artists


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