UNEDITED: Rebecca Edelmann is a Danish potter who started making her own ceramics while on maternity leave with her first child a decade ago. She has since sold her work to galleries and shops all over the world. Her work is split by collections; the Octo-collection, consisting of stoneware mugs, plates and larger platters, the Skull collection made from earthenware and occasionally stoneware, consisting of mugs, cups plates and other homeware, and the newest Lady collection which is from porcelain, and are small figures, and decorative plates. She does also on occasion release two other collections - the Bow, and the Animals And Shells - both largely consisting of porcelain and stoneware vases and candleholders.
She is currently part of the Potters collective, a shop run by and dedicated to ceramics and glass makers in Bristol, and her work is available from the shop.
She lives and works in Bristol, where she has a studio at the multidiscipline studio space in Bristol, and the rest of time she spends with her partner the poet Joel Scarfe and their two children.