After studying Geography at Sheffield University, Antonia Salmon trained at Harrow School of Art in Studio Pottery. A year spent studying in the Middle East and India made a deep impression on her approach to work and, soon after her return to England in 1984, the first workshop was set up in Barbican, London.


Antonia Salmon takes inspiration from the historical and large landscapes and applies her distinctive approach to create forms that are always abstract and strongly geometric. Salmon attempts to capture the energy of opposites: chaos and order, holding on to and letting go and dynamism and stillness.


Antonia’s work is represented in private and public collections throughout the UK, Europe, USA, Japan and China.