Serge Sanghera began his ceramic journey in 2005 at the University of

Wolverhampton and with the support of technicians and the ceramic tutors who

he is grateful to in bringing out this passion he is discovering.

He achieved a first class degree in Ceramics and gaining recognition for his

performance of wheel throwing by winning the 2009 Students Award at the

International Ceramic Festival. After completing his degree, he delved even

further into his wheel throwing practice by successfully completing a Masters in

Ceramics and creating aesthetically pleasing tactile forms using the concept of

Yin Yang and the golden ratio.

Serge was selected at the One Year On New Designers (London), as well as

various galleries/exhibitions such as the Saatchi Gallery (London), Art in Clay

(Hatfield), British Ceramics Biennial (Stoke-on-Trent).

His work has been published in magazines such as the Ceramic Review, Crafts

magazine and in a book by a renowned thrower, Linda Bloomfield "Advanced

Pottery".

Over the past eleven years Serge has passionately taught wheel throwing to

people of all ages at various venues such as family craft centres, schools,

universities, private classes, ceramic exhibitions.

At present he is both developing his work as an artist in residence at The

University of Wolverhampton and a ceramic tutor at the Midland Art Centre

(MAC) in Birmingham.