Liz Krcma died very early in the New Year. She was on an artist’s residency at the International Ceramics Research Institute at Guldagergaard ( )until the end of November 2011, and subsequently got a place on the Kunstnerprojektet KIT in Skaelskor, which is a project subsidised by the Danish Govt., designed to attract professional artists and musicians to work there in that beautiful town . Liz was in the first group of four – a vanguard if you like – and the aim is to have about 25 people involved there eventually.

It is understood that Liz had a seizure from which she did not regain consciousness.  Two years previously,  she  had her first stroke which set her back a bit. Liz showed enormous fortitude had been making great progress, and had been continuing her ceramics career.

A memorial service took place on Saturday at Sancreed Village Hall near Penzance, Cornwall. Her ashes were buried in Sancreed.

Click on the  blog link below for a touching piece about Liz from her friend, tracy Hudson.


Liz worked at Stokes Croft China for the inaugural show in 2009, producing some exquisite pieces of ware,
which remain a testament to her skills as a ceramicist.

Above:  some examples of the beautiful silhouette prints that Liz hand cut for decoration of the ware.

Above: Decorated figurines  that took their form from Barbie dolls. These figurines were so popular that we had many more stolen than we ever sold!

Above: This is Liz ‘s pottery mark that signified that a piece of ware was decorated by her own hand.

Above :Liz (Red shirt) working with the group to set up the inaugural Stokes Croft China exhibition in 2009.

To see more of Liz’s work, please visit:

Liz will be greatly missed by all at PRSC.