Sara Moorhouse - display in the window - March 2012
Exhibition: March/April 2010
Potters at this Gallery
, , , Katie Adams, Justine Allison, Molly Attrill, Duncan Ayscough, David Backhouse, Penelope Batley, Richard Batterham, Svend Bayer, Helen Beard, Sue Binns, Stephen Bird, Betty Blandino (1927-2011), Hilary Brock, Melanie Brown, Kirsti Hannah Brown, Halima Cassell, Nicola Jane Cheers, Carina Ciscato, Sophie Cook, Amy Cooper, Emmanuel Cooper (1938-2012), Christine Cummings, Claire Curneen, Darlington Pottery, Carys Davies, Stephen Dixon, Jack Doherty, John Dunn, Eden Ceramics, Sarah Ellenbogen, Karin Eriksson, Claire Ferguson, Sara Flynn, Rachel Foxwell, Margaret Frith, David Frith, Tony Gant, Alison Gautrey, Robert Goldsmith, Ian Gregory, Peter Hayes, Guy Holder, Rachel Jane Holland, Deborah Hopson Wolpe, Joanna Howells, Peter Ilsley, Emma Johnstone, Catrin Mostyn Jones, Mo Jupp, Walter Keeler, Chris Keenan, John Kershaw, Liz Lawrence, John Leach, Jacqueline Li, Claire Loder, Anja Lubach, John Maltby, Alice Maplesden, Nicholas Marsh, Rebecca May, Kate McBride, Nick Membery, Craig Mitchell, Sara Moorhouse, Keith Munro, Emily Myers, (Bryony & Simon Rich) Narberth Pottery, C.J. O'Neill, Emer O'Sullivan, Mari-Ruth Oda, Merete Rasmussen, Catherine Rich, Mary Rich, Audrey Richardson, Emma Rodgers, Rosalind Rosenblatt, Duncan Ross, Vivienne Ross, Natasha Shaw, Simon Shaw, Janice Sinclair, Hortense Suleyman, Meryl Till, Sian van Driel, Tina Vlassopulos, John Ward, Sasha Wardell, Caroline Whyman, Emma Williams, Winchcombe Pottery, Sophie Woodrow
About the Gallery
The Bluecoat Display Centre is a haven for enthusiasts of everything exquisite in the field of contemporary craft and design. Situated in the heart of Liverpool.
Our friendly and knowledgeable team consisting of Maureen Bampton (Director), Samantha Rhodes (Assistant Director), along with gallery coordinators Jeanne Marie Kenny and Eleanor Suggett, offer specialist help and advice to anyone wishing to purchase, commission or collect contemporary crafts.
The Bluecoat Display Centre is a nationally and internationally recognised contemporary craft and design gallery that has been established since 1959. We sell, exhibit and promote over 350 selected contemporary craftspeople each year working in a broad variety of media.