Adam Buick was born in Newport, Gwent in1978. He studied at Lampeter University, West Wales School of Art and with the Crafts Council of Ireland.  He now lives and works in Pembrokeshire.

His work uses a single pure jar form as a canvas to map his observations from an ongoing study of his surroundings. Adam incorporates stone and locally dug clay into his work to create a narrative, one that conveys a unique sense of place.

“Adam Buick has imposed on himself the strict discipline of the simplest and purest of geometric forms. Don’t expect his spheres of fired clay to be standoffish or predictable though. Yes Adam makes white porcelain moon jars as chaste in their beauty as the old Korean dal-hang-a-ri vessels that first inspired him.”
Andrew Renton, Head of Applied Arts, National Museum, Cardiff


2015     Collect, Saatchi Gallery, London
2015     Real to Reel, Crafts council touring exhibition
2015     Fragile? National Museum Cardiff
2014     Beaux Arts, Bath
2014     The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
2014     Cornish Series, New Craftsman, St.Ives
2014     Ruthin Craft Centre
2013     Corvi-Mora, London
2013     Moon Jar: Contemporary Translations – KCC, London
2013     Jerwood Makers Open
2012     Create, Observe, Preform. Alkovi Gallery, Helsinki, Finland
2012     Atencioni, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2012     Chelsea flower show, London
2012     Dewisland, Tenby Museum and Art Galllery, Tenby
2012     Artists in Residence, Oriel Y Parc, St.Davids
2012     Earth, Ruthin Craft Centre
2012     Ceramic Art London, RCA, London
2012     Modern Masters, Munich, Germany
2011     Figure in the Landscape, The Discovery Centre, Winchester
2011     Insight into Beauty II, Embassy of Japan, London
2011     Bloomsbury Art Fair, London
2011     Contemporary Craft Festival, Bovey Tracey, Devon
2011     Close to Nature, New Brewery Arts, Cirencester
2010     Little and Large, Contemporary Ceramics, London
2010     Welsh Artist of the Year Exhibition, St.Davids Hall, Cardiff
2010     Sarah Myerscough Fine Art, Mayfair, London
2010     RBSA, Birmingham
2010     Garden Gallery, Hampshire
2010     New Craftsman, St.Ives
2009     Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow
2009     Origin: The London Craft Fair. Somerset House, London
2009     20:10, Ruthin Craft Center
2008     Harlequin Gallery, London
2008     The Albany Gallery, Cardiff
2006     National Craft Gallery of Ireland, Kilkenny

Courtesy of Joanna Bird, London