Rob Ryan

Graham Smith on our Ryantown shop bag!

Posted by on Thursday 29th March, 2012

My good friend and carpenter Graham Smith drew this little picture of Ryantown a while ago and I asked him if I could use it on the bags for the shop… and he said yes!!! I think they look brilliant so thank you Graham!!! Have a look at some of his work here. As well as being […]

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I Made This Plate…

Posted by on Tuesday 20th March, 2012

Here’s another sneaky look at another piece I’m working on for the exhibition at Charleston gallery. I love the way the decals overlap and create new colours!!!

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St. Patricks Day Cards

Posted by on Thursday 15th March, 2012

I come from an Irish family and every year I make a St Patrick’s day card to send out and I thought you might like to see some of them. So here are the last 7 years of St Patrick’s day cards!!! Don’t forget, the big day is tomorrow!! A very small amount of the […]

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Olympia 125th Anniversary

Posted by on Tuesday 13th March, 2012

Olympia is one of the great buildings in London which is used for all sorts of shows and exhibitions. This year is its 125th birthday and they are celebrating by commissioning artists to create artworks to mark the occasion, and here is mine!!!

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Maybe i’m already happy just as i am

Posted by on Monday 5th March, 2012

At the moment I’m working on some ceramics for a new show in Charleston, the home of the Bloomsbury group. Its a fantastic place to visit, I’ve loved it for a long time and was honored to be asked to exhibit there. Here is a sneek of one of the pieces I’ve been working on!!!

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spitalfields life by the gentle author

Posted by on Thursday 1st March, 2012

A big congratulations to The Gentle Author of the Spitalfields Life blog who has had his blog posts published into this beautiful book!! I was very touched to be asked to do the front cover especially something quite unusual as these Staffordshire dogs. I’ve also done the little illustrations at the beginning of each chapter and there’s […]

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