Eeles Pottery exhibition – ‘Thirty years on’
Eeles Pottery will be exhibiting their colourful ceramics at Walford Mill alongside work by Val Godman.
David Eeles pass away over three years ago but he will represented by his work in the exhibition, over forty pieces of his work from the last wood firing will be on display alongside work by his sons Benjamin & Simon Eeles. The exhibition will have over 300 individual Wood fired Stoneware, Porcelain & Raku pots on display alongside the work of Val Godman.
Weather permitting Simon Eeles will be demonstrating the Raku firing process during the exhibition the days he will be stewarding the exhibition. Raku firing demonstrations will take place at 12am & 3pm so come along and experience the excitement of a red hot Raku pot lifted from the kiln at temperatures of over one thousand degrees centigrade and placed onto sawdust that instantaneously combusts into an inferno of flames. For full details of when you can see this exciting process call Walford Mill on 01202 841400
The Exhibition will run from 1st to the 31st of June open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm, closed all day Monday.
Note also: The Eeles Family Exhibition at Forde Abbey, near Chard is open daily 11am to 4-30pm.
For more information For more information use this link https://www.fordeabbey.co.uk/
Web site: eelespottery.co.uk