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!

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Work for Sale

Ceramics by Bob Kershaw at Studiopottery.co.uk

Bob Kershaw

Ceramics by Brian Holland at Studiopottery.co.uk

Brian Holland

Upcoming events

Kate Malone in New York at Salon, The, Art + Design 8th - 12th November 2018 Kate Malone, new work
Art Unequalled - Jenny Colquitt at Ely Maltings, The 27th - 28th October 2018 New work Jenny Colquitt
Handmade Chelsea at Chelsea Old Town Hall 9th - 11th November 2018 Now in its 12th year, this annual winter event returns to Chelsea this November to  showcase fine, contemporary work from 100 designer-makers.
Monochrome at Bluecoat Display Centre 17th November to 12th January, 2019 Monochrome is a mixed media exhibition that explores the work of makers who use one colour

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.

Rachel Wood Ceramics in AUSTRALIA 2013

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Rachel has told me about her exciting and rewarding Residency at the Sturt Craft Centre in Australia last year.She says…. ”My residency took place at Sturt Craft Centre, Mittagong, which is a small town based in the leafy bush of the Southern Highlands, one hour south of Sydney. Since 1941 the centre has been dedicated to the development and support of high quality contemporary craft, for its audience, artists and students.

The Bush: The omnipresence of the Australian bush was intoxicating – gum trees, ghost gums, scribbly gum, stringybark, iron bark – their texture, rawness and unfettered natural state. I was irresistibly drawn towards their compelling, powerful, leaning yet fractured forms.

The result is a collection of pots I’ve called ‘Bark Vessels’. All are thrown in sections, manipulated and stressed, using heavily grogged stoneware clay. Slips and glazes are applied. Electric fired. Here are a few from my final pieces, all of which remain in Australia - either sold at Sturt or to a private collector.”

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Posted on February 16 2014 under News, News about Makers.