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Ceramics by Laura De Benedetti at Studiopottery.co.uk

Laura De Benedetti

Ceramics by Jane Wheeler at Studiopottery.co.uk

Jane Wheeler

Upcoming events

40 Years in the Making - Andrew Matheson at Brampton Museum 30th March to 6th May, 2019 Exhibition reflecting upon the work of Andrew Matheson since leaving Gray's school of Art Aberdeen in 1979 to the present.
Anglian Potters Norwich Exhibition at Undercroft, The (Norwich) 6th - 21st April 2019 One of the regions' largest collaborative exhibitions of ‘all things clay'. Showcasing the work of more than 70 ceramic artists 
Heat - Northern Potters Exhibition at Water Street Gallery 11th April to 31st May, 2019 Work by a number of Northern Potters Association members 

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.

Ceramic Art London: 22-24 March 2019


In recent years, the world of ceramics has exploded any lazy preconceptions of being a crafty backwater with booming markets for everything from unique, hand crafted tableware to highly collectable art pieces. Returning for its 15th year this Spring, the hotly anticipated Ceramic Art London is the ultimate fair in which to see and buy the finest ceramics being made in the world today.

Organised by the Craft Potters Association, and featuring over 90 of the best makers from around the world, including UK, Germany and Spain and as far afield as Japan, South Korea and Brazil, the fair takes place once again in the spacious central concourse of Central Saint Martins’ Grade 2 listed Victorian Granary building. Visitors can also take time out from shopping and meeting the makers to attend the always fascinating ClayTalks series which, this year, features a keynote speech by V&A Director Tristram Hunt and an appearance by celebrated ceramic artist Kate Malone. In a new event for 2019, visitors get to see sparks fly at The Kiln House, a temporary outdoor kiln which will be located at the nearby Skip Garden.

While always a showcase for both functional and sculptural ceramics, this year sees more work by makers whose practices are deeply rooted in the sculptural. Exhibitors to look out for include David Binns, who draws on contemporary architecture and natural forms to create expertly glazed vessels in gorgeous hues of jade, self-taught Korean ceramist Miho Inagaki, whose textural, wall-based mesh works resemble the cracked earth and Paula Bastiaansen,whose translucent porcelain creations have an ethereal fragility about them.

Among the returning artists are Nuala O’Donovan, whose anemone-like forms are inspired by nature’s irregular beauty, Henry Pim, with his structural pieces handbuilt using paper and clay, and Sewon Minn with her gloriously eccentric designs. Rowena Brown presents her ceramics house sets inspired by abandoned crofters houses in the Hebrides while the multi-award winning Grainne Watts returns with her sensually shaped and intensely coloured vessels and sculptures that this year provide the visual identity for the whole event.

Prices start at £27 for one of  Yuta Segawa’s miniature vases, or £35 for one of Elly Wall’s  hand painted pastel cups, to £6.5K for one of Ashraf Hanna’s sublime vessels.

ClayTalks, a dynamic talks series featuring prestigious names from the world of ceramics and beyond, is programmed in partnership with Central Saint Martins and takes place throughout the weekend. Booking in advance is essential for this popular series. Past speakers have included Grayson Perry, Keith Brymer Jones and Phoebe Cummings. ClayTalks highlights include a Keynote Address by V&A director  Tristram Hunt, and talks by celebrated ceramic artist and Great Pottery Throwdown judge Kate Malone, design and craft writer Grant Gibson, ceramic artist Mella Shaw, gallerist Joanna Bird, ceramics collector Preston Fitzgerald, terracotta specialists Darwen Terracottaand artist and maker collective Haptic Tacit. Throughout the weekend, Kiln House- located at Skip Garden, the sustainable urban garden adjacent to Central Saint Martins – offers visitors the chance to witness ceramic firing in an outdoor setting.

Full list of exhibitors:

Justine Allison, Rebecca Appleby, Julie Ayton, Karin Bablok, Paula Bastiaansen, Helen Beard, Peter Beard, Sally Bertram, David Binns, Matthew Blakely, Thomas Bohle, Rowena Brown, Karen Bunting, Willy van Bussel, Ross Campbell, Kyra Cane, Carina Ciscato, Roger Coll Trias, Sophie Cook, Eddie Curtis, Monika Debus,  Jack Doherty, Nuala O’Donovan, Miche Follano, Lucas Ferreira, Adam Frew, Alison Gautrey, James Hake, Lisa Hammond, Ashraf Hanna, Raewyn Harrison, Barbara Hast, Richard Heeley, John Higgins, Akiko Hirai, Vanessa Hogge, Matthew Horne, Verity Howard, Ashley Howard, Jaroslav Hrustalenko, Miho Inagaki, Ikuko Iwamoto, Ruth King, Kiho Kang, Chris Keenan,  Simon Kid, Jin Eui Kim, Katharina Klug, Miyu Kurihara, Anna Lambert, Jaejun Lee, Sophie MacCarthy, Juliet Macleod, Kirsty Macrae, Joachim Lambrecht, Wendy Lawrence, Uwe Loellmann, Rhian Malin, Sally MacDonell, Martin Mindermann, Sewon Minn, Sara Moorhouse, Emily Myers, Jeremy Nichols, Harri Nourse, James Oughtibridge, Jongjin Park, Martin Pearce, Richard Phethean, Henry Pim, Jacqui Ramrayka, Duncan Ross, Yuta Segawa, Jill Shaddock, Patricia Shone, Inho Song, Barry Stedman, Anna Silverton, Midori Takaki, Nichola Theakston, Tricia Thom, Jessica Thorn, Alison Tomlin, Hannah Tounsend, Arjan Van Dal, Keith Varney, Elly Wall, Sasha Wardell, Grainne Watts, Annette Welch, Derek Wilson, Paul Wearing, Christiane Wilhelm.

Opening times:

Friday & Saturday, 10am – 6pm

Sunday, 10am – 5pm

Tickets: Adult – £15; Concessions – £13 (Senior Citizens, CPA Members, Unemployed, Students in Full-time Education; Wheelchair Users); Ages 16-25 – £10; Under 16 – FREE;  3-Day Pass – £35 (Valid for re-admission throughout CAL 2019). All tickets include a free exhibition guide. For further details visit www.ceramicartlondon.com


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Posted on March 18 2019 under Event Previews, News, News about Makers, News for Makers, Pottery and Ceramic Course News.