JOC Ceramics


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JOC Ceramics is a unique gallery located in the heart of historic Hampton, on the north bank of the river in West London. This progressive space combines the Jackson O’Connor Architecture studio with a ceramics gallery, showcasing a wide range of ceramic art and pottery.

The gallery reflects our passion for both architecture and ceramics with artwork on display by up and coming stars of the ceramics community as well as established makers. We carefully select pieces by artists whose work reflects the architectural practice’s design ethos and will sit well in the buildings we create.

We have a rotating calendar of exhibitions at the JOC Studio primarily featuring ceramics with occasional artists from other disciplines such as painting and printmaking. The space is ever evolving and new collaborations sit alongside much loved favourites.


A dedicated exhibition over two weeks of work by Ceramicspace.

‘ceramicspace is a group of London ceramicists united by a love of clay, ceramic materials and techniques and a desire to show ceramics in contemporary settings that allow both our work and spaces to shine.’

The six founding members are Julia Bennett, Sophie Cohen, Susan Feldman, Marie-Louise Munch, Vicky Thornton and Rebecca Williams, who use a variety of making techniques and materials to create contemporary work that places an emphasis on the craft and skill of making.

Saturday 13th May Private view (by invitation)

Sunday 14th May Ceramicspace Exhibition 1-5pm

Sunday 28th May Ceramicspace Exhibition 1-5pm

Saturday and Sunday 23-24th July 11 am – 6pm. Richmond Art House Open Studios

If you’re unable to make any of the open events do contact us to arrange a private viewing.


Amongst the artists and makers featured will be work from JOA Director, Jane O’Connor. Her exclusive collection of one-of-a-kind, hand crafted ceramics demonstrate her passion for design, colour and form, drawing inspiration from childhood memories of Hornsea Pottery coffee sets, 60s and 70s fashion as well as modernist architecture and art.

Colour was the prime topic of Jane’s post graduate thesis, and she applies this research and knowledge both to her architectural work and her ceramics – using colour with subtlety and consideration to punctuate her creations.

Jane’s current collection features modernist hand built bird forms alongside thrown stoneware pieces, combining clean, simple sculptural lines with pops of colour.







Work displayed on the website gallery offers just a glimpse of what is on offer in our Hampton gallery. Ranging from serving dishes and tableware for fabulous entertaining to sculptural artwork, each piece is individual and hand-made.

As these pieces are all about touch, colour, detail and scale. They are best appreciated in person, so if you see something you like please contact us to arrange a visit to the gallery.

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