Kate Kirk is an artist, illustrator and potter from North Yorkshire. She studied at York University and the Royal Drawing School, and her work is represented in collections throughout the UK and internationally.

Her ceramic pieces are thrown on the wheel, finished by hand, and fired to stoneware temperatures. She creates functional objects for the home which demonstrate consideration of form, usability, and a sympathy for the natural qualities of clay. She produces her pots at The Kiln Rooms in Peckham, London, where she has been a member since 2017. She is currently taking a break from London, so is not accepting any pottery commissions for the time being.

2019: The Old Lock Up Gallery, Winter Exhibition
2019: Buckingham Palace, Royal Drawing School Alumni Exhibition
2018: Kunsthuis, Winter Exhibition
2018: Mandell's Gallery, DRAW
2018: Greatorex Street Studios, Open Studio
2018: The Clay Store, Home
2018: The Kiln Rooms, Summer Show
2018: Bankside Gallery, Royal Watercolour Society Annual Exhibition
2017: Buckingham Palace, Royal Drawing School Alumni Exhibition
2017: Mall Galleries, Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition
2016: Bankside Gallery, The Masters: Etchings
2016: Buckingham Palace, Royal Drawing School Alumni Exhibition
2016: Mosimann's Restaurant, Royal Drawing School Alumni Exhibition
2015: Christie's, Best Of The Drawing Year
2015: The Royal Drawing School, End of Year Exhibition

L. Cornelissen & Son, London
Bils & Rye Gallery, Kirkbymoorside
Hares & Hedgerows, Pickering
Willow Gallery, Oswestry