Gail Cooper Ceramics l Reflections around the Cove at the National Lobster Hatchery
Gail Cooper, a potter living in Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes.
Working with the Potter’s wheel in her garden studio, she uses only St Agnes clay, which is located less than a mile near St Agnes Head, making both functional ware and display pieces for the home.
Her work focuses on forms inspired by Gail’s surroundings in and around Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes, from the Engine houses and chimneys with their straight lines tapering up, along with the anemones exposed on the rocks at low tide.
We will be displaying Gail’s incredible pieces in our visitor centre from 30 May.
This is included in all existing annual passes and entry into The National Lobster Hatchery.