Jennifer Rae

Frostproof garden ceramics and a range of colourful domestic ware can be viewed. Some new smoke-fired vessels and figurative sconces contrast with teapots, jugs and other functional but decorative items for use around the home. Ideas originate from nature and work of early potters; from the landscape, geology and clay itself.

51 George Govan Road, Cupar, KY15 4GY
Telephone: 01334 655 002
Email: pottering51 [at]
Open Studios Event: this year the artist is accepting visitors to their studio.
Other Opening Times: By appointment
Directions: From the middle of Cupar heading west, pass Elmwood College on right, Bell Baxter High on left. Turn left at the black and gold sign indicating entrance to The Drum and follow the road round to left after Rosturk Nursing Home, round play area into a double cul-de-sac. Go right and follow signs.
Access: Park in parking areas and on driveway. No wheelchair access unfortunately but toilet is available. Seats in the garden for the weary .
Points of Interest: Good walks for dog owners across main road and into little wood. Follow the ancient path down avenue of trees behind Elmwood. There is a pleasant open area of grass and trees managed by Elmwood College.
Smoke fired pot inspired by neolithic collared urns found in Caithness
Smoke fired jar with modelled head of cat for a lid. Inspired by those of ancient Egypt
Stoneware dimpled pot with curved flange, orange and blue underglaze with transparent glaze
Set of 3 stoneware mugs, useable in dishwasher and microwave. Blue embossed leaf pattern with transparent glaze
Set of 3 smoke fired Shellpots, inspired by shape of mussel shells and sails of yachts
Tall stoneware jug with blue embossed leaf pattern.
Life size sculpture of my idea of Somerled, Lord of the Isles, still to be fired
Life size sculpture of my idea of Somerled, Lord of the Isles