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!

New Members

Work for Sale

Ceramics by Charlotte Storrs at Studiopottery.co.uk

Charlotte Storrs

Ceramics by Emily-Kriste Wilcox at Studiopottery.co.uk

Emily-Kriste Wilcox

Upcoming events

Eeles Family Pottery Open Days at Eeles family at home 28th May to 12th June, 2016 We will be having a Raku Firing or tour of the workshops daily throughout the fortnight
Saltaire Inspired Arts Trail Makers Fair at Victoria Hall, Saltaire 28th - 30th May 2016 Part of 'Saltaire Inspired' with Open Houses Trail, Special Exhibitions and workshops as well
Open House, Dulwich Festival - Kochevet Bendavid at Open Studio Kochevet Bendavid 7th - 8th May 2016 A rare opportunity to meet Kochevet at her studio and see new work
Arts in the Village Festival - Alan Birchall at Old Station Gallery, The 28th - 30th May 2016 Alan Birchall - part of Derbyshire Open Arts 2016

Recently added Courses

Course 1: Throwing - Taking it to the next level - John Stroomer in England - 18th - 22nd July 2016
A five day course run by John Stroomer for participants - beginner to advanced.
Binsted Arts Weekend includes Pottery Workshop - 10th - 12th June 2016
includes pottery workshop inspired by the Binsted Jug, using local clay.
Ceramic Courses at Welbeck run by Rachel Wood - 24th May to 26th July, 2016
All the ceramic courses are suitable for the beginner and more experienced student.
Course 3 Throwing Glazing and Firing - John Stroomer in England - 8th - 12th August 2016
Gas/Wood..with a touch of Salt - As well as being a continued throwing course this week also looks at glazes

London Potters Annual Exhibition of Ceramics – Morley Gallery 31 October – 16 November 2011

This annual event draws up to 90 potters members of the London Potters Association together in London at Morley Colleges’ Gallery.

The exhibition is open to all members, who are requested to submit three pieces of work and are accepted  on a “first come, first  served” basis. The exhibitors are strictly limited to 90 and range from well-known ceramicists to newly graduated makers, from professional to amateurs potters. (Full details of opening times and how to get there are under our events section). This is an excellent show and often provides exciting and surprising work and can also be a good source for that extra Christmas present.
   

Linda Dangoor; Richard Ballantyne; Gunizi Amirak; Isobel Allan-Lowe; Norman Yap; Carole Irwin (top left to bottom right)


Posted on October 24 2011 under Event Previews, News about Makers.