Unique ceramic sculptures inspired by West Sussex

Jessica Jordan creates small bowls, wall hangings, garden sculptures and sculptural vessels for the home in her small pottery studio at Field Place Manor House, Worthing. Her work is designed for shows, exhibitions, galleries, and is sold online as well as in her studio. She teaches pottery classes for all ages.

Jessica’s work is inspired by aerial views of the land, seas and skies of West Sussex, particularly the South Downs. She keeps a sketchbook of her ideas; Jessica is heavily influenced by patterns and textures. She crafts her ceramics by hand-shaping blocks of clay, drawing and printing on them, glazing them to give the pieces colour, then firing them in the kiln twice.


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