Skellig Pottery is located alongside the Wild Atlantic Way and overlooking Ballinskelligs bay. It is inevitable, therefore, that Julia's work has a sense of the sea about it.

She uses both a smooth stoneware and a grogged clay depending on the piece. With the grogged clay, she handbuilds decorative bowls and platters, often adding sand from the local beaches.

She then uses hand made stamps to create texture into the clay, which, when fired, produces a lovely honey colour and sand like texture.

With the white stoneware, Julia creates coastal inspired pictures depicting fishing villages and harbours and quirky handbuilt lighthouses.

All Julia's work are unique pieces and she is happy to take personal commissions, please contact her directly. For recent work please go to her Etsy online shop