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My Ceramics

In the studio I like to do

Handbuilding, Throwing on the Wheel, Slip casting

Pottery Wheel

Shimpo Whisper-T

Clay body

Earthenware, Stoneware

Clay Brand

various, depending on what I'm working on

Kiln Type

Electric Kiln

Kiln Atmosphere

Oxidation Atmosphere


around 1000° C for bisque


I try to avoid glazing.

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About Me


My name is Rebecca and I’m from Switzerland. I’ve started making ceramics almost 20 years ago but always as a hobby. I have sometimes quite long periods when I’m not doing anything and then suddenly I’m back in my little pottery and working almost day and night. I like to work with slabs and throwing. I prefer not to glaze my ceramics since for me, adding a glaze to this beautiful material is like suffocating it. Of course, depending on the object glazing is required (e.g. for mugs etc.). I also like to polish my objects and then smoke burn them.

What I Love about Ceramics

About ceramics I love the process… from just having a block of ‘dirt’ until there’s a finished object. I also love the combination of earth, water, air and fire that the process requires…

How I started with ceramics

In fact, I started with ceramics when I was a child. I filled all key holes with kids clay… yes, my parents were not too happy about it. Sadly, back in my childhood, I wasn’t coming in contact with any real ceramicists. I only came across it more or less by chance when I was about 34 years old, but it never let me go again. 🙂

What inspires me

There’s tons of people and things that inspire me. It’s mainly other ceramists, but also the nature. I often get new ideas when I’m on one of my walks in nature. I don’t get the inspiration directly from things that I see but walking just frees my mind and makes space for ideas coming my way…

My Artist Statement

Since I’m making ceramics as a hobby, my main focus is enjoying myself during the process.


I don’t really have a ceramic related CV, since making ceramics is my hobby. I continue to attend various workshops (in person and online) and I’m just enjoying the process.