Whinblossom is the studio practice of Chloé Rosetta Bell, a second year MA student at the Royal College of Art in Ceramics & Glass. She lives on an island off the English coast, in the Undercliff on the Isle of Wight, on one of the largest areas of urban landslip in Europe.


MA in Ceramics & Glass at The Royal College of Art (2017-19)

MA Dissertation recieved a distinction. Translating Nature: An Investigation into the methodologies in Craft & Nature-Study

First Class BA (Hons) Contemporary Crafts Plymouth College of Art (Graduated 2017)

Fine Art, Newcastle University (2013-15)


The Future Kept (2017-18)

Midgley Green (2017-18) 

Selected Features

Time by Gill Meller (2018)

Craft&Design Magazine (2017)

LionHeart Magazine (2017)

House & Garden Magazine (2017)

Brand Stylist Book by Fiona Humberstone (2017)

Katie Treggiden (2017)

Ceramic Review Emerging Maker (2016)

Selected Exhibtions

Plate Up, The Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Co-curated with Michael Wignall (2018)

London Design Fair, The Old Truman Brewery, UK (2017)

Leach Pottery, Saint Ives, UK (2017)

The Byre Gallery, Millbrook, UK (2016)

Piran Strange Awards, The Simulator Gallery London, UK (2012) 


Berwick Visual Arts Residency (2013)