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!

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Work for Sale

Ceramics by Rachel Grimshaw at Studiopottery.co.uk

Rachel Grimshaw

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

Emily-Kriste Wilcox

Upcoming events

POTober 2014 at Central Institute of Technology, The 3rd - 5th October 2014 A Smorgasbord of workshops in perth, Western Australia
YOUNG MASTERS CERAMICS PRIZE 2014 at Sphinx Fine Art 14th - 31st October 2014 The 15 ceramicists will show alongside the artists shortlisted for the Young Masters Art Prize 2014.
From the Ground Up - ceramics conference at Zanesville Ohio Ceramic Arts 10th - 12th October 2014 Features presentations by: John Balestreri, Terry Kern, Ken McCollum, Tom Radca, Jeremy Randall and Gail Russell
Peter Beard - ceramic sculpture at Contemporary Ceramics Centre 16th October to 15th November, 2014 New Ground - Peter Beard - solo show

Recently added Courses

Ceramic Workshop with Claire Ireland - 8th October to 12th November, 2014
6 week course starting Wednesday 8th October 201410.00 - 1.00 180 for 6 weeks   + 5 firing charge
Working with Clay - Jude Jelfs - 25th September 2014 to 12th November, 2014
Jude Jelfs is a potter and bronze worker who makes figurative ceramics in earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. 
John Evans - Original Alternative Raku Workshop - Sussex - 22nd - 25th May 2015
The 'Original' workshop course will include the use of burnishing and terra sigillata to provide the smooth and polished surface ideal for these 'naked clay' techniques. There will be tips on how to make work for successful firing, how to achieve those solid blacks and whites and the use of colour in naked raku.
Daniel Johnston Workshop - 11th October 2014 - 25th May 2015
Spend a day watching this world renowned potter -wheel thrown/slip decorated large jars

A Celebration of Ancient Pots – Kate Phillips recent work

In 2003 following contact with Paul Binns, a blacksmith who makes replica Viking armoury, Kate started researching historic pots. At first she concentrated on the Viking era in the UK but subsequently has widened her interest and knowledge to pots from the 6th to the 16th centuries. Kate’s pots are shipped all over the
world and are used by re-enactors of various periods.

Latterly her expertise has been recognised by museum services in East Anglia where she has run demonstration and activity days and has welcomed commissions to reproduce historical pots for handling or display. Her recent exhibition at Greyfriars Art Space  – ‘A Celebration of Historical Pots’  featured many of the different types of pots she makes. It will opens daily 10am to 4.30pm until 30th October 2011.

Examples of her work is shown below for those who were unable to get to the exhibition.  See her pages on this website if you wish to contact her to talk about buying or displaying her work.


Posted on October 28 2011 under Event Reviews.