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Elaine Fallon

Elaine Fallon Ceramicist
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Hours:
Thursday to Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Phone:
+353 877706879
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The joy of clay

  • • Elaine has a playful contemporary style
  • • She creates pieces for the modern home
  • • Her studio has an open access philosophy

Elaine Fallon studied at the Design & Crafts Council Ireland’s Ceramics Skills course. After a number of years teaching ceramics, she set up Brookwood Pottery in Dublin. At the studio she designs and makes a range of ceramic products in porcelain stoneware. She uses a rich selection of underglazes applied with brush and sponge to create her distinctive designs. Fallon is generous, and wants to share the joy of working with clay with everyone. She offers a range of workshops for the public, as well as, making her studio home to a number of resident potters who use the space on a monthly basis to create their own work. The studio shop sells Brookwood products and work from other Irish makers.

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Works

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St. Anne’s Vase

This stoneware vase was hand thrown and decorated with motifs from objects found in St. Anne’s Park, Dublin. The motifs were applied to the surface of the thrown vase with satin white glaze and a decal of the original artwork.

Height 22 cm
Width 8 cm

Elaine Fallon Ceramicist
Photo: ©Donal Murphy Photography
St. Anne’s Cereal Bowl

These stoneware cereal bowls were hand thrown and decorated with motifs on objects found in St. Anne’s Park, Dublin. The motifs were applied to the surface of the thrown vase with satin white glaze and a decal of the original artwork.

Height 14.5 cm
Width 8 cm

Elaine Fallon Ceramicist
Photo: ©Donal Murphy Photography
St. Anne’s Butter Dish

This stoneware butter dish was hand thrown and decorated with motifs from objects found in St. Anne’s Park, Dublin. The motifs were applied to the surface of the thrown vase with satin white glaze and a decal of the original artwork.

Height 10 cm
Width 13 cm

Elaine Fallon Ceramicist
Photo: ©Donal Murphy Photography
Ringsend I and II Vases

These two hand thrown stoneware vases were inspired by the Poolbeg chimneys, two decommissioned furnace towers on Dublin’s coastline.

Height 19 cm
Width 5 cm

Elaine Fallon Ceramicist

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