Claire de Lune

Claire de Lune is a Scottish ceramic artist and painter living and working in the sunny seaside town of Margate.

She started her multi-media art practice in Edinburgh before relocating to Glasgow, London and Berlin. Her playfulness with materials was evident from the start, and she has now created her own immersive world of characters and symbols, little talismanic islands of love and hope for the viewer.

Claire was on the recent BBC Two series ‘Made in Great Britain’, led by Steph McGovern, in which herself and 3 other creatives take a journey in to Britain’s manufacturing past to celebrate and reveal the incredible, surprising stories behind some of the iconic products that made the UK famous around the world.

Through the series Claire discovered she is descended from a long line of celebrated Staffordshire potters: The Adams Family, who have been based in Staffordshire producing pottery since the 1400s. Her work is both a reflection and continuation of this historical family practice.

Most recently she’s also featured on Kirsty Allsops Celebrity Craft Masters.

Claire fell in love with clay and for two years was working and exhibiting in Berlin, learning about clay, experimenting with glazing techniques and refining her ceramic characters, culminating in some well received solo shows, and group exhibitions.

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