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 Philomena Pretsell at Studiopottery.co.uk

Philomena Pretsell

Ceramics by Jasmin Rowlandson at Studiopottery.co.uk

Jasmin Rowlandson

Upcoming events

Reading Contemporary Art Fair at Rivermead Leisure Complex 24th - 26th April 2015 The fair brings together an eclectic mix of over 100 artists, printmakers, photographers, sculptors, ceramicists and selected galleries. More nearer the time.
The Little Northern Christmas Craft Fair at Altringham Grammar school 26th April 2015 - 26th April 2015 Browse and buy from over 50 selected artists and designer-makers exhibitors. New work from peter Cosentino 
Post-war Hungarian Ceramics from the Graham Cooley Collection at Kings Lynn Arts Centre 2nd May to 20th June, 2015 The exhibition, a world first in this area will feature over 400 objects from the Graham Cooley Collection.
3@11 - ceramics from Sarah Villeneau at Studio Eleven 2nd May to 14th June, 2015 New work from Sarah Villeneau

Recently added Courses

Master Class - Ceramic Decoration with Lithium - Regina Heinz - 31st October to 1st November, 2015
Ceramic Decoration Techniques with lithium glaze
Throwing weekend - September - Matthew Blakely - 26th - 27th September 2015
A weekend course designed to teach you the basics or really help improve your throwing skills. 
David Rogers, The Vinegar Hill Pottery - 9th May 2015 - 27th September 2015
This is the perfect course for people who have always wanted to try their hand at making pots on the potter's wheel. 
Easter Clay Workshops 2015 with Gary Wood - 30th March to 9th April, 2015
Gary wood is running four clay workshops for children during the Easter holiday at his studio in Bathford.

Ceramics in the City 22nd September – 25th September 2012

Ceramics in the City is an excellent ceramics fair and grows from strength to strength each year. This year Clare Crouchman was kind enough to take some pictures for me to share on studiopottery.co.uk – Thank you Clare

“I love the Geffrye Museum as I remember visiting it as a child.  The 50s and 60s room takes me straight back to my childhood.  With its stylish extension, which opened in 1998, it creates the perfect setting for ‘Ceramics in the City’.

Now in its 11th year the firmly established show has grown in popularity and yet remains a warm and intimate show.  Over 50 ceramicists showed their work and there really was something for everyone.  The work is always of a really high standard and the variety of work is astounding.  Each exhibitor has the same size table and I really enjoy the contrast of colours and textures that makes up the show as a whole.”

 

“It is a friendly show for the visitors as well as the ceramicists and the cosy, relaxed environment allows for everyone to meet the makers and browse or buy the ceramics and have a look at the museum.

If you have never been before it is definitely worth a visit so come along next year!” (I can certainly endorse that – put a note in your diary to check late next september… Stephen Dee, Editor)


Posted on October 31 2012 under Event Reviews.