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“I find the challenge of a limited pallet &
style exciting & rewarding, with never
ending possibilities & encounters with
my imagination.” 
Graham Newing
Graham was educated at Wimbledon School of Art in
1957 for four years with a further year at Denby
Pottery as a thrower. He moved on to  manage the 
Guernsey Pottery for 5 years & then to Longleat
House to start a workshop with Lord Weymouth & the
Bull Mill Group.
In 1969 he opened his
own studio in Westbury,
Graham works in
stoneware & porcelain
thrown on the wheel. The
organic shapes are
individually decorated by
scraffito through coloured
An influence of classical Greek, African art, with elements of art nouveau can be seen.
He has had exhibitions both in  Britain & Europe and his work has been described as
colourful, european, elegant & sophisticated.
The pottery relocated to Pembrey, Carmarthenshire, South Wales in 2006.