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Ceramics by Jack Coelho at Studiopottery.co.uk

Jack Coelho

Ceramics by John Calver at Studiopottery.co.uk

John Calver

Upcoming events

Open weekend - David Melville at Open Studio, David Melville 11th - 12th November 2017 A chance to meet the potter and see where he works and buy pots direct. 
Myra Wishart at Sevenoaks at Sevenoaks School 27th - 29th October 2017 Myra Wishart will be exhibiting both ceramics and glass this year all with an African theme.
Midwinter Market with ceramics at Tithe Barn, Kent 18th - 19th November 2017 Designer makers [including ceramicists] & artisan food.
Handmade Edinburgh at Hub (The), Edinburgh 27th - 29th October 2017 Mixed 3 day show over 100+ talented designer-makers selling textiles, ceramics, glass, jewellery, furniture and more..

Recently added Courses

Animal Sculpting With Celia Allen - 8th - 10th September 2017
Learn how to sculpt animals of various forms, with a possible Raku firing day to finish
Experimental Ceramic Workshop - Claire Ireland - 18th September to 20th November, 2017
This course will explore the use of clay in an experimental way 
Slip Decorating With Richard Wilson - 23rd - 25th June 2017
Students will be throwing or press moulding forms to decorate with slips.
Hand Building & Smoke Firing Course at the Moulin with Frances Marr - 11th - 17th June 2017
Over the the course of the week we will explore smoke-firing techniques resulting from the interaction of clay and fire. 

Ceramic Art London at the RCA – 17 to 19 April 2015


Returning to the Royal College of Art from 17 – 19 April 2015, Ceramic Art London will act as a platform for 80 of the most exciting and innovative ceramicists from across the world to present and sell their latest work. Major, internationally recognised names of the ceramics scene including Peter Beard, Thomas Bohle, Eddie Curtis, Akiko Hirai, Gabriele Koch and Annie Turner will feature alongside new emerging talent, selected by a rigorous independent committee, with work from current students at the RCA also presented in a special selling exhibition.

With prices ranging from £30 – £10,000, and a spread of exhibits spanning everything from functional home ware to figurative sculpture, the fair really does offer something for all budgets and collecting interests. A hub for the ceramics community to share ideas and discover new work, the fair will also stage a dynamic series of events throughout the run, including panel discussions, debates and interactive workshops.

A lively programme of free events will also be staged on each day of the fair. The renowned series, entitled Discovery, will comprise of talks, demonstrations, film screenings, debates and panel discussions designed to afford visitors an insight into current issues, working practices and techniques involved in the creation of ceramic art.

FRIDAY 17TH APRIL11.00am James Rigler and Nao Matsunaga: Parallel Lives; 1.30pm Derek Wilson: A Contemporary Studio Practice; 2.30pm. Tony Ainsworth Memorial Lecture: Martina Margetts: DIASPORA; 3.30pm Richard Slee: Selected works

SATURDAY 18TH APRIL11.30am Kate Malone: 24 Savile Row Ceramic Façade; 12.30pm. Meissen’s: ‘Triumph of Amphitrite’; 2pm Malene Hartmann Rasmussen: Once upon a time…; 3pm Kyra Cane: Making and Drawing; 4pm. Lee Kang-hyo: Goldmark Film; 

SUNDAY 19th APRIL: 11.30am John Higgins: Demonstration  ‘Slab construction with thrown elements’; 1pm. Sasha Wardell: Journey Through Light; 2.30pm. Helen Walsh: CoCA in York; 3.30pm Jean-Nicolas Gerard: Goldmark Film

Jack Doherty, Chair of Ceramic Art London’s Organising Committee comments: “The contemporary ceramics on show at Ceramic Art London testify to the vibrancy and technical diversity of work currently being created by emerging and established ceramicists both in the UK and abroad. From its inception in 2005, Ceramic Art London has worked to promote excellence in the field, and has become firmly established as an unmissable event in the international cultural calendar, enabling visitors to explore and collect the very best of contemporary ceramic art.”

Participating artists for 2015: Myung Nam An, Grant Aston, Karin Bablok, Peter Beard, Helen Beard, Matthew Blakely, Thomas Bohle, Dylan Bowen, Rowena Brown, Karen Bunting, Kyra Cane, Catherine Saby Capri, Carina Ciscato, Sophie Cook, Robert Cooper, Jane Cox, Clare Crouchman, Eddie Curtis, Margaret Curtis, Jo Davies, Jack Doherty, Nathalie Domingo, Bridget Drakeford, Isobel Egan, Fenella Elms, Delfina Emmanuel, Adam Frew, Emily Gardiner, Tanya Gomez, Lisa Hammond, Ashraf Hanna, Shinobu Hashimoto, Barbara Hast, Peter Hayes, Eric Hibelot, John Higgins, Akiko Hirai, Ikuko Iwamoto, Chris Keenan, Sun Kim, Jin Eui Kim, Hyejeong Kim, Ruth King, Gabriele Koch, Ipek Kotan, Anna Lambert, Tony Laverick, Uwe Loellmann, Sophie MacCarthy, Gareth Mason, Angela Mellor, Yun Wook Mun, Jeremy Nichols, James Oughtibridge, Jong Jin Park, Monika Patuszyńska, Richard Phethean, Arens Pit, Duncan Ross, Jill Shaddock, Laurance Simon, Jenny Southam, Barry Stedman, Geoffrey Swindell, Rizu Takahashi, Midori Takaki, Kaori Tatebayashi, Christopher Taylor, Nichola Theakston, Annie Turner, Willy Van Bussel, Keith Varney, Sasha Wardell, Matthew Warner, James & Tilla Waters, Christiane Wilhelm, Derek Wilson, Maria Wojdat.

Opening Hours: Friday 17 April 10am – 6pm. Saturday 18 April 10am – 6pm. Sunday 19 April 10am – 5pm

Location:  Henry Moore and Gulbenkian Galleries, The Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London, SW7

 Ticket Prices: Day ticket: £12, Concessions: £9 Three Day Ticket: £25


Posted on April 16 2015 under Event Previews, News, News about Makers.