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Ceramics by Juliet Walters at Studiopottery.co.uk

Juliet Walters

Ceramics by John Calver at Studiopottery.co.uk

John Calver

Upcoming events

Winter Show at Cambridge Contemporary Art 3rd November to 24th December, 2018 featuring work by Adam Frew, David Meredith, McNeill Glass and Helen Martino, Paula Sharples and Jane Kell
Handmade Chelsea at Chelsea Old Town Hall 9th - 11th November 2018 Now in its 12th year, this annual winter event returns to Chelsea this November to  showcase fine, contemporary work from 100 designer-makers.
Oxford Ceramics Fair 2018 at CPA Autumn Fair 27th - 28th October 2018 More than 60 of the UK's leading potters will be exhibiting and selling their ceramics at the Oxford Ceramics Fair 2017.
Windsor Contemporary Art Fair at Royal Windsor Racecourse 10th - 11th November 2018 This year Windsor Contemporary Art Fair is 14 years old. Meet artists and galleries from all over the UK and much further afield. 

Recently added Courses

Regular Pottery Courses by Suleyman Saba - 29th January to 31st December, 2018
Students will learn about preparing clay and different techniques of ceramics from pinch pots and coiled pottery, to slab building and throwing. Students are also guided on aspects of decoration and glazing. 
Lindy Barletta weekday Courses in East Sheen - 1st January to 31st December, 2018
Studio Pottery Making techniques: A terms course covers a project in each - pinching, coiling, slab building and throwing.

Ikuko Iwamoto: New Ashgate Gallery, Surrey

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Ceramic sculpture and tableware by the quirky and critically acclaimed Japanese ceramic artist Ikuko Iwamoto.

Ikuko Iwamoto, Large Sake Jugs. New Ashgate Gallery,  IKUKO Iwamoto, Nucleolus pofu teapots, New Ashgate Gallery

Ikuko says: “I make exquisite cups and other objects for a bizarre tea ceremony. They suggest the everyday, the ordinary, but are in fact extra-ordinary. They are the vehicle to make visible an invisible, microscopic world. A world of intricacy and detail, of mathematical pattern and organic chaos, of beauty and repulsion.”

There is a Japanese theme in ceramics as we also in the Spring Collection that will show Chito Kuroda and Namiko Murakoshi, curated by Yuka Kikumoto.

 A quote from a collector of Ikuko’s work:

“I now own three of Ikuko’s pieces and each is a delight, they fit with each other and they fit in my living space. I love neutrality when its not a wall flower, that is neutral enough to fit varying context but bold enough to make a statement. Ikuoko’s vessels look like they have crawled out of the sea, obviously inspired by urchins, octopus and rocks. Smooth versus speckled and organically dinted, the forms are so tactile but incredibly delicate, you have to touch but at the same time you are reluctant because of their fragility. Right I’m gonna go and stroke my vessel.”

See full details of event at: http://www.studiopottery.co.uk/event_profile.php?id=4227

Maker in Focus   18 January – 1 March 2014


Posted on November 26 2013 under Event Reviews.