Wood-fired salt-glaze stoneware.
Work generally available from:
Leach Pottery Studio and Museum, St Ives Cornwall
Contemporary Applied Arts, London
Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre
Contemporary Ceramics, London
Bridge Pottery, Gower
Pots are also for sale on Mickiís website in the online gallery
Last year we had a major rebuild of the pottery studio. It is now a fantastic place to work in. It is warm and light and welcoming. We have two continental kick wheels and three electric wheels.
I offer a variety of workshops, courses and pottery retreats. I aim to create a calm space in which students can learn, reflect and share within a relaxed, supportive and inspiring environment and hopefully find themselves restored by the magic both of the place and the clay.
Details of Mickiís courses can be found on the website
See Micki's web-site for technical information.
1990 Showcase Exhibition, CPA, London
1992 Harlequin Gallery, Greenwich; The Anderson Gallery, Broadway
1994 Contemporary Ceramics, London
1995 Showcase Exhibition, Aberystwyth; The Workshop Gallery, Chepstow, Gwent; Oriel, Cardiff
1996 Landshut, Germany
1998 Claydown, Tasmania Exhibition
1999 Ombersley Gallery, Worcester
2000 Showcase Exhibition, CPA, London
2002 Harlequin Gallery, Greenwich
1979 Black Horse Craft Centre, Norwich
1980 Castle Museum, Nottingham
1981 City Museum, Lancaster; Spectrum Designs, Weatherby; CPA London, New Members Exhibition
1983 'Selling Salt Glaze,' Crafts Study Centre, Bath
1984 'Pinch of Salt,' Bohun Gallery, University of Lancaster; Linton Court Gallery, Settle
1985 'Playing with Fire,' CPA, London
1986 'Tea Pots,' Newport Museum and Art Gallery
1987 'Salt Glaze,' The Craft Centre & Design Gallery, Leeds; Castle Museum, Nottingham
1989 The Harrow Connection; Studio Potters, Wales, Aberystwyth; 'Salt Glaze,' Rufford
1990 Dictionary of Studio Pottery; The New Ashgate Gallery
1991 Terrance Gallery, Worthing
1993 Domestic Pottery, CAA, London
1995 Salt-glaze Ceramics, The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
1996 Salt and Soda, Contemporary Ceramics, London; Primavera, Tableware; Earth & Fire, Rufford Craft Centre, Notts; Participated in Art Bus exhibition, Cardenden, Fife
1997 Songs in Salt, Keramiekmuseum het Princesshof, Leewarden; Gres au Sel, France
1998 Earth & Fire, Rufford Craft Centre, Notts; Gres au Sel, France
1999 Woodfire Saltglaze Exhibition - Thomastown, Eire; Contemporary Ceramics from Wales Exhibition, Aberystwyth
2001 CPA Showcase
2002 Woodfired Ceramics, Tegelen, Holland; Totally Teabowls, Oakwood Gallery, Notts; Earth & Fire, Rufford Craft Centre, Notts; Art In Action, Waterperry House, Oxfordshire; Clay 9, Woodbury Studio Gallery; Salt & Soda Ceramics, Rufford; Christmas Exhibition. Oriel Myrddin Gallery, Carmarthen
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Roscoe, B (1995) Micki Schloessingk. Catalogue for Oriel Gallery, Cardiff. Schloessingk, M (1997) Teaching Art in Wales - Wood-fires Salt-glazed Pots. Alan Torejussen Productions, Cardiff. Schloessingk, M (1998) Tailor-made - A wood-fired salt kiln. Ceramic Review, no. 170.
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Barbara Hardy (2001) Pot Luck - Micki Schloessingk's ceramics. things 14, p 87-90.
Coll Minogue & Robert Sanderson (2000) Wood-fired Ceramics, A & C Black.
Phil Rogers (2002) Salt Glazing. A & C Black.
Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Crafts Council Collection, London