We shall be at the river art market at the bottom of Museum Gardens in York on the following Saturdays – 4th July, 11th July, 8th August, 15th August, 22nd August.
About 100 potters exhbiting their work in the beautiful grounds of Scone Palace near Perth in Scotland.
19 artists around the Pocklington area will be opening their studios to show visitors how they work. A series of talks and demonstrationms have been arranged for the weekend. Check the facebook page for further details – www.facebook/pocklington area open studios 2020
Making a pottery animal – suitable for a money box. Cost is £8, including all materials and the firing of the finished item. Contact us at email@example.com or Tel 01759 368384 for further details. Booking is essential due to limited numbers!
We are putting on a few workshops starting in March. So many people have liked the oval shaped decorated container, I have decided to run a workshop showing how it is made. The photo is of one I make! There will be no throwing on the wheel on this occasion as it is quite time consuming. The programme is as follows – we will make the pot on Sunday March 1st. The pot will be fired, but you will have to be available to glaze it on March 15th. On that day you will be able to glaze your pot in different colours, using oxides and glazes and wax resist (I will show you how to do this – so don’t worry!) AND throw a pot on the wheel for another raku firing. This raku firing will be on April 19th.
The cost for the 3 workshops – making, decorating and raku will be £50. If you cannot come and decorate and fire your raku pot, then deduct £10 from the cost. Your wheel thrown pot will then be glazed as usual!
An exhibiton featuring work by the artists in East Rding of Yorkshire – including our ceramics.
An exhibition based on Winifred Holtby’s book “The South Riding”, organised by East Riding Artists. Finishes on Sunday 22nd March.
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.