Rosamund Coady is a ceramicist who studied ceramics at Camberwell School of Art and Crafts in the 1980s.
In 1999, she became Artist In Residence at Bruce Castle Museum in Tottenham. Her first solo exhibition there was called “Crocks in the Castle”.
Coady has participated in group shows at the Jewish Museum in Camden, Earth & Fire at the Harley Gallery Welbeck, and Cambridge Contemporary Art. She recently created a group of works for Twenty Twenty Gallery’s “Spring Flourish” exhibition.
Other solo projects include installations of Japanese cups in the Brutalist Lumen Church in Bloomsbury, and a food inspired show of plates when she was guest artist for Copperbeech café in Dulwich.
Coady’s work has been featured in publications like The World of Interiors, the Financial Times magazine, The Guardian, Country Home, Good Housekeeping and The Times magazine.
She creates simple ceramic forms but reworks them three-dimensionally with experimental glazes, creating combinations she calls “wild glazing”. Glazes are central to her ceramic practice – she mixes them instinctively, sometimes blending leftover glazes to get unpredictable effects.
Rosamund Coady and Reed Wilson join forces in the exhibition Layers at Town House
Spitalfields 16th – 24th September, for London Design Festival/Shoreditch Design Triangle.