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!
“Ceramics for Syria is¬†a project to raise funds for save the Children’s important work in Syria. Five acclaimed potters,¬†Kevin de Choisy, Mike Dodd,¬†John Leach¬†and¬†Brian Newman from Somerset and¬†Richard Dewar¬†from Brittany have donated 11 beautiful ceramic pieces for sale.They are all new, individual hand-thrown pieces from the potters’ studios and the prices range from ¬£65 to ¬£265.¬†They can be viewed¬† on the¬†Drystones website¬†and the¬†Pilton Village website¬†or if you want to see them on display, telephone 01749 890387 to arrange a viewing.¬†¬†If we can sell them all before February 23rd we will get matched funding from the UK ¬†government. Three have already been sold. “
Since 1981¬†La Meridiana¬†offers residential Ceramic Courses and Pottery Workshops of one or two weeks for beginners, advanced and professional potters.
The programme for the year 2014¬†is now on-line and on studiopottery under courses, with a variety of topics that refer to the ceramic processes: