Kerry Jameson trained at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and the Royal College of Art. Her ceramic and mixed media sculptures have an emotional charge that is presented through a mix of narrative set pieces, tableaux and individual figures. Subjects include historical events and the exploits of folkloric and storybook characters. The predominant aesthetic is that of the uncanny – where objects are recognized as familiar and at the same time experienced as deeply strange.

Jameson has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2013 FIRST@108 Public Art Award at the Royal British Society of Sculptors and the Arts Foundation Ceramics Fellowship in 2011. She took second prize in the Man Photography Awards in 2008. Her work is featured in many private collections and the public collection of the York Museum and Art Gallery.

Courtesy of Marsden Woo Gallery, London


Zoomorphic – Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre, Wales
Alchemy – Solo Show, Marsden Woo Gallery, London
NCECA – ‘Archie Bray Foundation Resident & Visiting Artists’, Kansas City USA
Imperfectly Perfect – Solo Show – Lacoste Gallery, US

Gallery NSW, Australia
Australian Ceramics Triennale 2015
Power of ten, Sit Select Exhibition and Festival Stroud
The Remade Series – solo show,  Lacoste Gallery, Concord USA

ING Discerning Eye Exhibition, London
ECAR final show, Boston, USA
Museums at Night with host Grayson Perry – Connect 10, York Museum Trust

Mixed Display at Marsden Woo Gallery
Unbounded – solo show, November at Marsden Woo Gallery
Sculptural Ceramics, Pangolin London
FIRST@108 Public Art Award, The Royal British Society of Sculptors

Mixed Display at Marsden Woo, Gallery Artist’s

Mixed Display at Marsden Woo Gallery
‘Introducing’ at Marsden Woo Gallery, With Nao Matsunaga and Dawn Youll
The Final Selection at Billling Place, Anthony Shaw Collection

Arts Foundation Ceramic Awards 2011, Shortlisted for the 2011 Arts Foundation Ceramics Fellowship
Collect, Saatchi gallery
Studio: Ceramicists and their studios, Ruthin Crafts Centre, Wales

‘Conflicts’, Marsden Woo Gallery, London
‘Young Masters’, Sphinx Gallery, Church Street and The Truman Brewery, Brick Lane
Show 1, Royal College of Art