Event Reviews

Obituary: Alan Firth, 1934-2015/Sale of collection

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Alan  Firth together with his wife Pat (1934-2012)  were collectors well known to many in the studio pottery world. THEIR RARE COLLECTION INCLUDED 21 PIECES BY HANS COPER AND SOLD FOR £990,000

Clay2Day International Festival: 2015 – Review

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Clay2Day International Keramiek Festival 2015 organised by Sarah Michael was held over 2nd and 3rd May at De Olmenhorst Organic Orchards, Lisserbroek, Holland.
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The Landscape is Memory – Adele Howitt – to 26 March 2015

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Adele has exhibited across Europe including, the prestigious Steninge Slott Cultural Centre in Sweden for the World Art in Clay exhibition,

Curse or Cure – Nici Ruggiero at Chelsea Physic Garden. 01.04 – 31.10.2015

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‘Curse or Cure?’ is an outdoor art installation created for Chelsea Physic Garden

Geoff Swindell 70th Birthday Show: 7.03.15-1.04.15

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I went to the opening of Geoff’s show last Saturday and it was great to see such a varied collection of his work together.

London Potters: Morley Show Prizewinners December 2014

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The London Potters, annual unselected show at the Morley Gallery in london did as usual have a great show of talented work from 90 Members, both from those 

John Leach in the Somerset Levels – time for a visit?

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I visited John some weeks ago and can report that

Ikuko Iwamoto: New Ashgate Gallery, Surrey

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Ceramic sculpture and tableware by the quirky and critically acclaimed Japanese ceramic artist Ikuko Iwamoto.

PAUL SMITH Sculpture

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For his third solo show at Cambridge Contemporary Art, ( 4th – 27th October 2013: Solo Show)Paul Smith delves into his dream-like world of fables and fairytales…

Halima Cassell Catching the Light: sculpture and sculptural ceramics

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Halima Cassell has a particular way of working with clay that almost denies its inherent plasticity when wet and therefore malleable. Instead