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 Liz Mathews at Studiopottery.co.uk

Liz Mathews

Ceramics by James Faulkner at Studiopottery.co.uk

James Faulkner

Upcoming events

Sussex Guild - with ceramics (Midhurst) at Midhurst Rother College 29th - 30th November 2014 mixed show with ceramics from John Evans  and others
Matthew Blakely - Open studio in Cambridge at 9 Abbey Lane 6th - 7th December 2014 Open studio - chance to meet Matthew Blakely at his workshop and buy new work.
Palladian Craft Fair with ceramics at Castle Ashby Gardens 29th - 30th November 2014 Peter Cosentino will be showing
Ashley Howard and Risa Oghi at University for the Creative Arts - Farnham 4th - 13th December 2014 small selling exhibition of work by Ashley Howard and Risa Oghi in the Craft study Centre shop

Recently added Courses

Brian Dickenson - throwing workshop - 22nd November 2014
Basic & intermediate throwing workshop
Glaze making and surface explorations: Jim Robison - 24th - 29th May 2015
Informative lectures followed by practical experience of mixing raw materials into slips and glazes.
Plaster Model/Mould Making For Slip Cast Ceramics with Ed Bentley - 4th - 6th February 2015
These three day residential courses help craft potters, students or anyone wishing to develop their skills in plaster mould making for slip-cast ceramics.   All are welcome to attend, regardless of current skill level and background. 
Plaster Model/Mould Making For Slip Cast Ceramics with Ed Bentley - 3rd - 5th December 2014
These three day residential courses help craft potters, students or anyone wishing to develop their skills in plaster mould making for slip-cast ceramics.   All are welcome to attend, regardless of current skill level and background. 

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.