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Our Project Artists 4
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The Making recruits professional artists based on their skills and experience to help deliver many of its programmes and activities.

If you are interested in working with us or finding out more about any of our featured project artists please contact Simon Taylor or Jenny Bethell.


Duncan Hooson


London-based ceramicist Duncan Hooson constructs high relief ceramic pots, panels, domestic and sculptural forms, applying a wide range of ceramic techniques and scale. His commissioned, collaborative and educational murals are fun, figurative and colourful. "The pots I make are always wheel-thrown and are usually made of composites, as it's the joining together and manipulation of clay that provides me with the satisfaction of the making process."
Click here to visit Duncan's' website




Hutch is a Brighton-based artist working in stencils and spraypaint to create images on surfaces varying from canvas to cardboard, wood to walls, fabric to paper. With a background in screenprinting he has an understanding of the stencil as a medium for T-shirt design and limited edition art prints.
Click here to visit Hutch's website


Tim Johnson


Isle of Wight-based artist and photographer, Tim Johnson uses soft materials such as grasses, rushes and willow bark to create site-specific installations and growing sculptures. Tim applies a variety of traditional techniques including twining, coiling and plaiting and fitching, exploring the use of plant materials and engaging with a sense of place. 'I'm fascinated by the way nature is creeping back over the relics and remains of human habitation and industry'.


Emma Johnstone


Emma Johnstone is a London-based contemporary ceramicist creating sculptural work using the dramatic firing process of Raku. She produces a range of sharp and precise hand-thrown hollow vessels, applying a slip resist technique to the flat surface of her deconstructed convex and concave forms, contrasting texture with gilding, patterned and matt surfaces. "I relish the contrast between making and firing and I am content to relinquish control of part of the process over to chance."
Click here to visit Emma's' website




Joy-Pad are Thomas Joynes and Adam Paddon, recent graduates and Essex-based collaboration creating sculpture inspired by scientific phenomena. Their sturdy steel constructions tower, wind, bind and define space with a sense of movement and dynamism. Joy-Pad's steel forms offer a high finish and durability, reflecting the maker's working experience of industrial fabrication techniques.
Click here to visit Joy-Pad's website

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