An exhibition based on Winifred Holtby’s book “The South Riding”, organised by East Riding Artists.
In this workshop we shall be making a couple of tapas dishes on the wheel, and a hand made table decoration. The picture below shows something which is quite simple to make, but it’s really up to you and where your creativity takes you! The cost of the workshop is £20 and includes all materials and the firing of your pots.
26 artists exhibiting their work in this lovely old manor house in the centre of Howden. Work includes paintings, ceramics, sculpture, textiles and jewellery.
We do a range of ceramics that you would use in the kitchen – garlic pots, storage jars, oil/vinegar jars and salt pigs.
The pots can be made plain or with a mouse on the side.
What would you use a jug for? Flower arranging? Cream or milk? A table decoration – the choice is yours.
Vases inspired by the traditional Moon vases from Korea.
We sell more mugs than any other product! There are a lot of styles and colours available – from the traditional speckled stoneware, to the contemporary clean lines of the white range.
Awarded the East Riding of Yorkshire Chairman’s award for Business (under 50 employees category)
Introduced in 2018 – A collection of ceramics, designed for a more contemporary look. Using a white clay which is thrown on the wheel close to a state of collapse, Gerry is transmitting a sense of movement to the finished pots. Fired in a white glaze, with an occasional splash of colour, the pots will enhance any home environment.