In recent years, the world of ceramics has exploded any lazy preconceptions of being a crafty backwater with booming markets for everything from unique, hand crafted tableware to highly collectable art pieces. Returning for its 15th year this Spring, the hotly anticipated Ceramic Art London
HEATis an exhibition reflecting the various firing techniques ceramicists use to transform raw clay
As part of the programme for Ceramic Art London 2019, visitors can expect to see sparks fly as work is fired in The Kiln House. Situated in the
Galerie Terra Delft hopes to surprise the public and treat them to an engaging experience. Hidemi Tokutake will be present during the opening on Saturday, February 23; she
Austrian potter Thomas Bohle’s first-ever solo exhibition in the UK. Bohle is known and loved as a ceramist throughout Europe and abroad, and his
An exhibition exploring contemporary ceramics, print and drawing. With work by Siamak Foroutan, Eugene Chung, Eric Moss, Jo Lee, Adele Howitt, Alison Proctor, Colin Jowitt, Ben Arnup and Penny Hayes.
Jo says “I have been working hard in the studio developing a new body of work as part of the “Frames of Reference” artists bursary awarded in conjunction with