Skip to content


1987-89 Post Graduate Diploma in Ceramics, Goldsmiths’ College, London.

Produces soda glazed pottery that has been formed on the wheel and fired in a wood and gas fed kiln. Fellow of the Crafts Potters Association, an elected member of the International Academy of Ceramics and a member of the Norfolk Contemporary Craft Society.

Born 1945.

View the work of Ruthanne Tudball


2008 Arts Council Grant to travel to China and attend the IAC conference. 
2007 Arts Council Grant to travel to S. Korea to work and demonstrate.

Solo exhibitions:

2009 Lantic Gallery, Tiverton, Devon.   
          Centre de Creation de La Borne, France.  
          Grapevine at Burnham Market, Norfolk, UK.  
2007 Grapevine Gallery, Norwich, Norfolk. 
2006 Bettles Gallery, Ringwood, Hampshire. 
2005 Contemporary Ceramics, London.

Selected recent exhibitions :

2010 Oxford Ceramics Gallery May Exhibition and New Works.
          Contemporary Applied Art, Solo Focus Exhibition.
          “Teapots”, Makers Guild in Wales, at Craft in the Bay. 
          “The Art of Ceramic Decoration”, Keramickcentrum
          Tiendschuur, NL.

2009 “Cup”, Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Devon, UK. 
          “Salt of the Earth”, Salthouse 09, North Norfolk Exhibition
           Project, UK. 
2008 ‘Afresh’, Gallery Top, Derbyshire. 
          ‘Celebrating Salt and Soda’, Octagon Gallery, Whichford. 
          ‘Salt and Soda and Penland’, Rye Gallery, New York, USA. 
2006 Alpha House Gallery, Sherborne, Derbyshire.  
          ‘A Pinch of Salt’, Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh. 
2005 ‘Krug oder Kanne’, Galerie Handwerk, Munich, Germany.
2004 Third International Ceramics Biennial, Brasschaat, Belgium.

Public Collections:

Ashmolean Museum. 
Oxford Ceramics Collection.
University of Wales, Aberstwyth. 
Adolf Egner Collection, Germany. 
Yingge County Ceramics Museum, Taipei, Taiwan.


Soda Glazing by R.Tudball, A&C Black 1995.
Contemporary Ceramics by Emmanuel Cooper, Thames & Hudson 2009.
The Teapot Book by Steve Woodhead, A&C Black 2005.
Firing, philosophies within contemporary ceramic practice by David Jones, Crowood Press Ltd, 2007.

View the work of Ruthanne Tudball