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 Emma Johnstone at Studiopottery.co.uk

Emma Johnstone

Ceramics by Rachel Grimshaw at Studiopottery.co.uk

Rachel Grimshaw

Upcoming events

2016 Celebrating Art in the Garden at West Lavington Manor 26th May to 12th June, 2016 With ceramics from Martin McWilliam
Matthew Bush at Mission Gallery 10th May to 19th June, 2016 Unique vessels made using 3D printing technology captures the complexity of natural forms.
Claire Ireland - Studio Exhibition at London Museum of Water and Steam 13th - 15th May 2016 Claire Ireland and Jason Bowyer Ceramics and Painting at Studio 7.
Ruth King - in London at Contemporary Ceramics Centre 11th May to 4th June, 2016 Ruth King - solo show (PV: 11 may 2016 6-8pm)

Recently added Courses

Throwing large - exploring form in ceramics Tanya Gomez at West Dean - 27th - 30th June 2016
Gain confidence and skills to throw larger pieces of work in porcelain(residential available)
Hand - building skills with Sarah Purvey - 7th June to 12th July, 2016
Six week evening class 7-9pm starting Tuesday 7th June.  A six week programme of hand building skills.Taught by Sarah Purvey Please make your booking through the Pound 01249 701628
BONE CHINA & MOULD MAKING COURSES 2016 - 2nd May to 24th September, 2016
Two different types of courses are offered over five and a half days - the general introductory course and an advanced course. Both of which are held in a working studio and are limited to 4 students maximum to allow for personal tuition.
Throwing & hand building led by Sarah Purvey and Jo Taylor - 21st May 2016 to 24th September, 2016
One day - 21 may 2016 - The day will be a fun introduction to throwing on the wheel and to hand building techniques.

Look back to Summer 2009 (England) – John Higgins at Hatfield

Hatfield, as always was a ceramics show in England not to be missed.  With 10,000 visitors plus it is recognised as a keynote show in the calendar for many!  With just under 200 exhibitors there is a huge range of choice for both collectors and those with a more casual interest in ceramic art – few would have come away without a purchase of some type from the tempting displays.  The Peers Award was won by John Higgins. Some images of John’s work are shown below:


Posted on November 25 2009 under Event Reviews, News.