Gaenor Hall is a Ceramic Artist, born in Liverpool, 1970, currently living and working in West Lancashire, England. In 1994, she received a B.A. (Hons) in Three Dimensional Design from Brighton University. She worked for seven years as a Ceramic & Glass Conservator for National Museums Liverpool, conserving and restoring a hugely diverse range of objects within the national collections. This opportunity further developed her aesthetic awareness and sensitivity of materials. She derives inspiration from many disparate sources, such as the simplicity of 18th Century Staffordshire Ceramics, namely Wedgwood Creamware, to painters of 20th Century Abstract Expressionism. She more recently completed her M.A. in Ceramics, where she explored and developed her expression of inner language through ceramic form.