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 Shaun Hall at Studiopottery.co.uk

Shaun Hall

Ceramics by Charlotte Storrs at Studiopottery.co.uk

Charlotte Storrs

Upcoming events

Spring Fling at Haddenham Galleries 7th February to 30th April, 2015 A selected exhibition of lively and unusual work, reflecting the ethos of the galleries.
Speve Tootell - Firing on All Cylinders! at Gallery St. Ives 24th February to 1st March, 2015 New work Steve Tootell
Beginnings, with ceramics at Jane Reeves Gallery 3rd - 28th February 2015 New work from Emily-Kriste Wilcox as part of a group exhibition
To The Coast at Porthminster Gallery 7th February to 7th March, 2015 A group show of five handpicked artists showcasing the range of inspiration to be found in the Cornish shoreline:

Recently added Courses

Ceramic Workshop with Claire Ireland - 25th February to 1st April, 2015
Introduction to methods and creative potential of hand building  in clay. 6 week course
BONE CHINA AND MOULD MAKING - S.W.FRANCE 2015 - Sacha Wardell - 6th April to 7th September, 2015
All courses will run from Monday - Saturday ( finishing after lunch) and are limited to four students. (see dates) and are held in Juillac, Correze, France
Exploring Colour, Texture and Clay - Alison Graham - 25th January 2015 to 7th September, 2015
This full day workshop will be an introduction to colour, texture and preparation of slab built work
Claire Ireland at Heatherleys School of Fine Art - 25th April to 6th June, 2015
This class will help you acquire new skills in contemporary ceramic practice, including hand-building, casting, colour and firing. (release date 10 February 2015)

Shipping/Posting of ceramics

More than once members have expressed concern about shipping pieces of their work, both within Britain and Internationally because they have been told that there is no way of insuring them.

Is this something that others have encountered and overcome?

I would welcome any thoughts/advice on this issue.

Stephen


Posted on May 3 2010 under News about Makers.