Ann-Marie Marshall Fieber
Anne-Marie has drawn and modelled animals from an early age. She gained a degree in ceramics from Middlesex University in 1992. Her work was selected for the Young Contemporaries exhibition at the V&A. She went on to set up her studio in the New Forest, where she was inspired by the animals around her.
Her travels around the world enabled her to study wild animals first hand, particularly in Africa.
Anne-Marie’s more recent work is based on the domestic and wild animals that inhabit the Forest around her studio.
Anne-Marie uses a variety of techniques to construct her work including slab building, press moulding, pinching and coiling. Interesting surface textures are achieved by experimenting with rolling the clay on a variety of materials.
The pieces are coloured with oxides and
under glazes and fired up to 1200c.
Anne-Marie’s work is constantly evolving, she shows her work in Galleries all over England.