Welcome - This is a Social Enterprise Business It aims to help potters and ceramic artists to become better known, to sell their work, to fill their courses and to provide a window into this fantastic world of 3D art!
Culminating around May and in Sept/Oct issue of Ceramic Review
The folk at Ceramic Review have put Rommi and Josh together to collaborate on a project loosely based around the theme of ‘text’. Rommi is a poet and playwright.
There are talks of a physical exhibition as well as a featured article in the Sept/Oct issue of Ceramic Review. Here’s a sneaky peak of some ‘brainstorming’ in the studio.. nobody breathe for three weeks until this thing dries!
This Pottery & Ceramics show will, once again be held at the Farnham Maltings, Farnham, Surrey. There will be a range of work from newly qualified artists working in clay to potters with many years of creative work behind them. From animal sculptures and circus clowns to kitchen and garden pots with a variety in between to interest any one that enjoys skilfully crafted objects.
Niek Hoogland, Pim van Huisselling and Dorte Ahrenkiel, will be coming over from Holland along with Francoise Dufayard from France. Mary Rich, Peter Beard, Peter Starkey, Guy Routledge, Jonathan Garratt, Jenny Beavan, Nicola and Tony Theakston are just a few of the 60 + makers attending.
Katie Smith, Anna Hunt, Marshall Colman and Jane Sleator are part of this years Newcomers. Come along and support the next generation and be rewarded by the creativity and skill on display.
With such a strong emphasis on homes and interiors we are looking forward to welcoming not only collectors and enthusiasts, who know to expect vibrant, high quality work, but also people looking to buy something different for themselves or their friends and family this Christmas.
SPECIAL OFFER:- 2 for 1 admission for Studio Pottery followers. Bring a copy of the page or contact Andy on email@example.com 0115-9873966.
Time: Saturday 10am to 5pm & Sunday 10am to 4.30pm. Adults £5.00. Seniors £4.50. Children up to 15 years free.