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 Regina Heinz at Studiopottery.co.uk

Regina Heinz

Ceramics by Margaret Curtis at Studiopottery.co.uk

Margaret Curtis

Upcoming events

Jitka Palmer - Talk and Demo at Art House, The - Sheffield 22nd May 2016 Organised by the South East Region of the Northern Potters Association: Jitka Palmer, Talk and Demo
Claire Ireland - Studio Exhibition at London Museum of Water and Steam 13th - 15th May 2016 Claire Ireland and Jason Bowyer Ceramics and Painting at Studio 7.
Lady Bay Arts Festival: Alan Birchall at Lady Bay Festival at Holme Road 14th - 15th May 2016 Part of Notts Open Studio month at 17 different venues.
Sheffield Open Studios - Antonia Salmon at 20 Adelaide Road 7th - 8th May 2016 I make hand-burnished and smoke-fired ceramic sculpture. These strong, pure forms are inspired by nature; they stand poised between movement and stillness. - Antonia Salmon.

Recently added Courses

Wheel thrown porcelain - Chris Keenan at West Dean - 5th - 8th May 2016
Form, function and family - wheel thrown porcelain. Ref: LW6153
Course 2 'Throwing - Taking it to the Next level' with John Stroomer in England - 1st - 5th August 2016
A course designed for both beginners and the more experienced who wish to take their skills to another level. 
Binsted Arts Weekend includes Pottery Workshop - 10th - 12th June 2016
includes pottery workshop inspired by the Binsted Jug, using local clay.
BONE CHINA & MOULD MAKING COURSES 2016 - 2nd May to 24th September, 2016
Two different types of courses are offered over five and a half days - the general introductory course and an advanced course. Both of which are held in a working studio and are limited to 4 students maximum to allow for personal tuition.

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.