Bridget Harvey - Drift, 2020 A very inspirational opportunity during Collect 2021 Craft Fair was attending the talk on Sustainability and Materiality moderated by Varuna Kollanethu, Director of Ruup & Form. A series of conversation exploring the meditative creative process between artists, makers and designers for the exhibition “Meditation in Material” curated for Collect International. Considering... Continue Reading →
Pottering Around. In Conversation with … Alice Walton
Portrait. Photo credit: Asia Werbel for John Smedley Every time you launch a new project you think, believe and hope, that the project will always continue on a smooth route. Then ‘things’ take over, commitments, deadlines become tight and then a great passion, without paying the bills, takes a back seat. In the background of... Continue Reading →
Writing. From Clay to Smartphone
Yesterday I had the opportunity to visit the exhibtion “Writing – Making your mark” at the British Library. It’s a very cosy and inspiring show, which opens with neon signs that remind us how powerful writing is. The first question. Why writing began? For counting, naming, and communicating after life. The Greek colonials took the... Continue Reading →
Granby Workshop at Coal Drops Yard
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.