Kim Bagley


I make works from clay. Clay is earth; clay can be a skin. The pleasure and possibility of manipulating this tactile material drives me. I fire clay things, group them, (re)arrange them and break them up to think through ideas, objects, spaces and places. My ceramic objects are often musings of place and identities, hand-formed from clay and made permanent with fire.

I am from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

I work from the studios at 318 Ceramics, Farnham Pottery in the UK.


Current and forthcoming exhibitions & News

© David Summerill

New Website

I’ve been working on a new website! This website has served me well for a number of years, but it’s time for a fresh design and a more mobile friendly site. I’m not quite ready to change over from this one yet, but if you’d like a look at the new one, please click here.  

Your feedback is most welcome.  

Plymouth in Practice at the Leach Pottery

I’m pleased to be part of an exhibition showcasing the rich ceramic practice of Plymouth College of Art Staff, student and alumni at the Leach Pottery in St Ives, Cornwall.

21 January - 19 March 2017

The Leach Pottery

Higher Stennock

St Ives


TR26 2HE