IMG_3396  KathleenRobertson
Photographs by Line Klein and Kathleen Robertson

Juliet Macleod studied at Central St Martins and worked as a graphic designer in London for twenty years. After stopping work to have a family she rediscovered her love of pottery following a course at Gray’s School of Art. Juliet moved to Aberdeen from Devon in 2010. She has been lucky to live in areas of immense natural beauty and this has in turn provided her with a huge visual resource.

After a year of discovery and experimentation Juliet now works as a studio potter specialising in contemporary porcelain using traditional slipware techniques. Please look at the Events and Stockists pages for information on where to find Juliet Macleod and The Cloud Pottery’s work.


7 thoughts on “About

  1. It was lovely to meet you today Juliet. I am looking forward to reading more posts and to you finding that “bit more confidence” in order to exhibit with us, although I must say that your sea urchins already look good enough to me. Kind regards, Jane

  2. Hi Juliet, thanks for popping in to the Pete’s Pots blog. What you are doing, and the path you have set out on, looks exciting, and I wish you the best of luck. Not so long ago that I was in just the same position.

  3. Hi Juliet, I found your blog after you stopped by mine – thank you kindly. I am now a follower of yours. I love that you are taking us through the steps of your journey. I’m an admirer of pottery so I love reading about how you are setting up and working. Are you planning on making it a business?

    • Hi Pam. Thank you for your kind messages. Yes, I am hoping to make it some kind of business, but I have a long way to go yet before I’d be happy to sell anything… a journey that I’m enjoying very much though.

  4. Was wonderful to find someone new has started following my blog- even better another artist! Thanks so much! Looking forward to poking around your blog too,
    Best wishes,

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