Excellent trade show, the mix of ceramics in Craft coupled with the Home and Top Drawer exhibitions works really well at Earls Court. Interestingly it opens ceramic artists to, in many cases, a different segment of the buying market. (artists shown – clockwise from top: Linda Bloomfield, Laura De Benedetti, Jasmin Rowlandson)
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10 October to 2 November 2013
This year, covetable interior pieces for your home represent both innovation and tradition, showcasing stunning variety in style, form and function. Continue reading ‘Handmade in Britain 13: The Contemporary Crafts & Design Fair, 8-10 Nov, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London (Special 2 for 1 offer – see below)’
For his third solo show at Cambridge Contemporary Art, Paul Smith delves into his dream-like world of fables and fairytales, exploring the relationship between mankind and the natural world.
Heavenly Creatures will feature new ceramics, large and limited edition sculptures.
This is a solo show of Antonia’s ceramics, with sculpture and drawings by Elizabeth Frink.
The exhibition features many new works from the Surge Series, both smoke fired and introducing new subtle coloured finishes using terrasigillatta and acrylic. There will be more than 50 works on show in a wide range of size and priced from £100 – £2000.
Flo-ra I and II 2012
Halima Cassell has a particular way of working with clay that almost denies its inherent plasticity when wet and therefore malleable. Instead Continue reading ‘Halima Cassell Catching the Light: sculpture and sculptural ceramics’
We arrived at Aberystwyth Arts Centre and University for the biennial International Ceramics Festival on Wednesday 26th June, lunchtime. By the end of Friday, we had our little Phoenix wood-kiln packed and ready to fire.
The firing on Saturday went very smoothly indeed. We achieved Continue reading ‘International Ceramics Festival 2013 – Kiln Build’
Geoff and Chris Cox write….
Every year at the Park we have at least 20 new exhibitors to keep the shows fresh and lively. Sorry if your favourite potters won’t be there this time but we hope you’ll be equally excited by the new work on display.
Among this year’s Continental first timers are :
Continue reading ‘Potfest in the Park – July 26th – 28th & Potfest in the Pens – Aug 2nd – 4th’
I recently exhibited at the Art Fair Tokyo at the invitation of Gallery St Ives, Tokyo.
The Art Fair takes place at the impressive Tokyo International Forum building in the centre of Tokyo and features over 140 galleries showing art from all genres and periods making it Japan’s most prestigious art event.
Ceramics has a higher status in Japanese culture and the amount and diversity of ceramic art represented at the Art Fair Tokyo bears testimony to this.
Welcome to the show! and new work from Matthew Blakely
This was an excellent show, Continue reading ‘Ceramic Art London: 12-14 April 2013′