Bisila Noha Ceramics




Handwork, because it has nature behind it, has a way of fostering good life.
Soetsu Yanagi, 'The Unknown Craftsman'

I am interested in making objects that tell a story. 
Projects that push me to improve my skills and research, 
not only when it comes to clay and pottery, 
but also to culture, history, traditions and the way we look at ceramics and art in general.

Moreover, my aim as a maker is to use my skills to make our world a better place. That is why I also run workshops with the arts and education organisation Lon-art, and Create - the UK’s leading charity empowering lives through the creative arts.

I also teach regularly at Turning Earth and Crowns Works Pottery.