Pottering Around. In Conversation with Kirsty Adams
At the end of the summer I started working on a series of conversations with a selected selection of modern ceramicists and today I am so happy to share my latest digital chat with Kira Ni, a very enthusiastic potter that shares with us her secrets and discoveries ..Her relationship with clay and porcelain ...... Continue Reading →
Here I am today typing away on my blog, but mostly I am so happy to announce that I am launching a new periodical column/post with a selected collection of interviews with great potters and ceramicists, makers and dreamers ... And I am delighted to start with Steve Harrison, a potter that I have been... Continue Reading →
Jerwood Makers 2019 Yesterday I was fortunate to have time to walk around London without planning things. Yes is a luxury, I know. While walking and thinking I stopped with my family at the Jerwood Space for coffee and lunch. While there I enjoyed the art hosted in their space: Makers 2019 in full swing,... Continue Reading →
During the open studios weekend in the Five Valleys I was privilege to visit our local pottery studios in Whiteshill. On Saturday I went to see Penny and John West at the Lansdown Pottery and they opened their kiln just in front of our eyes. Such a joy for a novice like me. The kiln... Continue Reading →
Matthew Harris ‘Sightlines’: A collaboration between artists Matthew Harris (constructed textiles), Helen Carnac (metals / mixed media) and David Gates (contemporary furniture). Bringing innovation in an exciting new collaboration Saturday 4th May – Sunday 2nd June 2019 - MUSEUM IN THE PARK, Stroud ‘Sightlines’ as an idea began in 2009 when both David Gates and... Continue Reading →
Granby Workshop showcases a new collection of playful ceramic bottles, cups and jars. Handmade in Liverpool, the range consists of ten simple forms designed for everyday use, exclusively available at their pop-up shop alongside other Granby Workshop favourites.