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!
If you are passing Lincoln, it is well worth visiting the Cathedral, an amazing building with medieval glass in the rose window and generally dating from the 12th century. For lovers of Contemporary Ceramics, on the left at the East end lie Robin Welch’s five candle stick holders, known as the ‘Gilbert Candles’ Commissioned in 1985 these are stunning examples of Robin’s work in a stunning setting.¬†
I visited Earth and Fire at Welbeck for its 2nd year. An excellent show, with over 130 makers showing, great weather, great work and great food – what could be better? Definitely one for your calendar next year!!
Regina Heinz’s latest work is superb! This is from the ‘Reflection Series’ (320cm x 140cm)¬†commissioned for the London showroom of the luxury Italian furniture brand Minotti.
Hoxton Square Market is a new weekly market launched on June 2nd that will feature farmers and food producers alongside high quality locally-made crafts and ceramics from East London¬ís trendsetting Turning Earth studios.
In addition to John Leach’s signature pieces and his regular Cooking, Serving, Storage and Drinking and Pouring collection his Gallery is hosting a Summer Exhibition¬†featuring the latest work from local artists Holly Webb, John Gammans and Chris Kampf.
Decorex, the show of choice for the luxury interiors and design market, returns to the historic location of Syon Park for the 41st year.
Unique opportunity to purchase a stunning home and workplace. Lovely potters house and workshop, being offered due to current owners deciding to downsize.
Bethany Stafford, currently in her 2nd¬†year on the ceramic Starter Studio programme, has been awarded this years
Introduction from the Director, Libby Buckley Celebrating 10 Years:¬†This year, the Leach Pottery celebrates its ‚Äė10 Year Anniversary‚Äô; the fully restored and rejuvenated Leach Pottery reopened in March 2008 after closing its doors in 2005.