My name is Edit Juhasz and I am a Hungarian born ceramicist-designer, living and working in London. I have been throwing pots and tableware for over 30 years. Early in my life I saw a documentary about a master potter and was instantly mesmerised by watching him work. In that moment I knew I wanted to be a potter! Ever since then I have worked hard to master throwing and gain as much experience as possible. I have worked for many successful ceramics studios and artists. Over 20 years ago I started to focus on my own work and establishing myself as a contemporary ceramicist. Today, I sell to shops, restaurants and gallery’s in the UK and abroad. My work is my passion, and I feel incredibly privileged to do what I love every single day. Designing and creating tactile ceramics for people to use and enjoy in their everyday life inspires me.
My name is Edit Juhasz, I’m a Hungarian born ceramicist-designer, living and working in North London for more than 14 years now. My strongest skill is throwing, creating simple forms on the potter’s wheel. Throwing is meditation time for me just as much as it is work, in my Finsbury park studio.
I have been throwing for over 30 years. When I was in my twenties when I saw a documentary film about an old potter and was instantly mesmerized by watching him in action. At that moment, I committed myself to learn the craft and worked hard to gain the necessary experience by working for several artists as a production thrower, then set up my own business.
My work is my passion, and I feel incredibly privileged to do what I love every day. Designing and creating useful shapes for everyday life makes me happy in ordinary working days.