I found Camilla's work while 'Googlin' around. I was drawn to the color, line, shapes and forms of her pieces. I liked the non-objective imagery of her work as well.
Camilla is the from Gloucestershire in the UK. Her work is formed from slabs of red earthenware. She applies the shapes and lines with underglaze, slips, engobes and glaze, then scratches through to create her abstract imagery. She uses a 3-D canvas to create non-objective paintings. She also adds clay 'blobs' and pegs to add interest and movement to the work.
I need to look her up the next time I go to the UK!