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

Emily-Kriste Wilcox

Ceramics by Lesley Martin at Studiopottery.co.uk

Lesley Martin

Upcoming events

CONNECTIONS at Contemporary Ceramics Centre 27th June to 20th July, 2019 PREVIEW: Wednesday 26 June, 6-8pm at the gallery
MASTERPIECE LONDON with Kate Malone at Royal Hospital Chelsea, The 25th June to 3rd July, 2019 Art Fairs presented by Adrian Sassoon who exhibits Kate Malones' work exclusively
Earth and Fire 2019 at Harley Gallery 21st - 23rd June 2019 Earth and Fire International Ceramic Fair is one of the country's premier ceramic events taking place every year at the end of June in North Nottinghamshire. The fair takes place on the Welbeck Estate, which houses The Harley Gallery, The Portland Collection and an array of artist studios.
Particle & Wave: Paperclay Illuminated at ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center 22nd June to 21st September, 2019 Angela's work will be featured in ‘Particle & Wave: Paperclay Illuminated' an International touring paperclay exhibition starting at the ASU Art Museum in Arizona

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.

“MONUMENTALITY – FRAGILITY” European Prize for Applied Arts: 21.10.2018 – 20.01.2019


The European Prize for Applied Arts will coincide with an exhibition devoted to Niki de Saint-Phalle at the Art Museum of Mons. Her work can be described as both monumental and fragile, the strong colour palette, exuberant proportions, the power and the violence allude to a monumental character from which a palpable fragility is released. De Saint-Phalle’s work is reflective of the challenges that she faced in her private life and provided insight and commentary on societal tensions of the time.
With the European Triennial these two words are also part of the monumentality of this institution and the fragility of the nations and entities that make it up.

Monumentality: monumental character being the result of the dimension but also the proportions and style; masterful, powerful, impressive, solemn, important, sublime …
Fragility: delicate character, short-lived, unstable, precious, precarious, vulnerable, fragile, soft, weak, thin, refined

Artists were asked to take inspiration from the paradoxical of this 2 themes.

The European Prize for Applied Arts aims to reward the best creations of contemporary expression in applied arts and craftsmanship. The exhibitors and the winners of the WCC-BF “Master Prize” (3.500€) and the WCC-Europe “Young Talent Prize” (3.000€) are chosen by a jury of international experts on the basis of criteria of artistic merit, technical mastery and innovation

Prizes were awarded to: Adi TOCH (UK) Le Prix Maître d’Art, décerné par la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles and Takayoshi TERAJIMA (DE) Le Prix Jeune Talent, décerné par le WCC Europe

Other participants were: Jordi Aparicio (ES) – Peter Beard (UK) – Ulla Bech-Bruun (DK) – George William Bell (DK) – CĂ©cile Bertrand (B) – Claudia Biehne (DE) – Marian Bijlenga (NL) – Juli Bolaños-Durman (UK) – Kris Campo (B) – SĂ©bastien CarrĂ© (FR) – ValĂ©rie Ceulemans (B) – Ray Church (UK) – Gabriela Cohn (ES) – Niki Collier (IE) – Trinidad Contreras (ES) – Eimear Conyard (IE) – Mária Danielová (CZ) – Karine De Baets (B) – Marion Delarue (FR) – Francine Delmotte (B) – Patricia Domingues (DE) – Dot Melanin (DE) – Sally Fawkes (UK) – Ann-Kathrin Hartel (DE) – Ariane Hartmann (DE) – Dorottya Hoffmann (HU) – Joe Hogan (IE) – Lucie Houdkova (CZ) – Melanie Isverding (DE) – Statira Jazayeri (SE) – Nicola Kelly (IE) – Jane King (UK) – Zuzana Kubelková(CZ) – Julia Maria KĂĽnnap (EE) – Dominique Labordery (DE) – Nicholas Lees (UK) – James Lethbridge (B) – Lena Lindahl (SE) – RĂ©ka Lörincz (HU) – Kadri Mälk (EE) – Vicktoria Matsuka (RS) – Harry Morgan (UK) – Nadège Mouyssinat (FR) – Susan Nemeth (UK) – Janne Nes (NO) – Artis Nimanis (LV) – CĂłilĂ­n Ă“ Dubhghaill (UK) – Jiun-You Ou (DE) – Wiebke Pandikow (FIN) – Annemarie Reinhold (IE) – Loukia Richards (GR) – Päivi Rintaniemi (FIN) – Bruno Romanelli (UK) – Kristina Rothe (DE) – Rita Sarafian (UK) – Helena Schepens (B) – Martin Schlotz (DE) - Caroline Schofield (IE) – Karin Seufert (DE) – Astrid Sleire (NO) – Alejandra Solar (LU) – Sophie Southgate (UK) – Dimitar Stankov (B) – Anna Talbot (NO) – Takayoshi Terajima (DE) – Adi Toch (UK) – Flora Vagi (HU) – Felieke Van der Leest (NO) – Ute van der Plaats (B) – Reinhilde Van Grieken (B) – Karen Vanmol (B) – Graziano Visintin (IT) – Olivia Walker (ES) – Simon Ward (UK) – Fabienne Withofs (B) – Annamaria Zanella (IT)

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Martin Schlotz and Peter Beard



Art Museum of Mons, 17/02, Rue de la Rouille, 7000 Mons, Belgium

Posted on November 26 2018 under Event Reviews, News for Makers.