Pastels. A French touch in Dubai

The works of young French artist & ceramist Héloïse Bariol From 29 March to 29 April, Comptoir 102 will showcase the works of young French artist & ceramist Héloïse Bariol. Comptoir 102, the UAE’s popular lifestyle concept store that has been acclaimed by many international guides and magazines, is back this year for another edition of the... Continue Reading →

A Coffee & a Donut with Pia Chevalier

I receive newsletters and media releases every day, my inbox is a pandora box ... an explosion of information and while I am searching for relevant news and interesting topics to explore and to share, I came across this French ceramicist and her work: Pia Chevalier . A delightful rainbow feast for the eyes. Cup... Continue Reading →

York Ceramic Fair 2019

A new important date for your diary: The York Ceramics Fair 2019 is just around the corner this coming weekend (Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 November: 10am – 5.00pm) Following on from last year’s success, we’re staging the second York Ceramics Fair in the beautiful grounds of The Hospitium. More applications than ever before means we... Continue Reading →

Unique Pieces by Rosanna Bianchi Piccoli

10 Corso Como presents "Unique Pieces" an exhibition by Rosanna Bianchi Piccoli, from Thursday 24th October 2019 to Monday 6th January 2020. Rosanna Bianchi Piccoli is an artist known for her research into ceramics from its origins to the present day. On display, a selection of faience: Cosmopiatti and Vasi Sacri, rigorously unique works, the... Continue Reading →

Ancient and Modern by Renee So

An exhibition of new ceramic and textile works by Renee So, created during a residency at West Dean College. From Saturday 28 September until Sunday 12 January 2020 at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, Sussex. Just a week ago today, I was on my way to Sussex for work and pleasure. I hadn't... Continue Reading →

Moon Jars: Contemporary Korean Masters

“In modern art, as everyone knows, the beauty of deformity is very often emphasised, insisted upon. But how different is Korean deformity. The former is produced deliberately, the latter naturally. Korean work is merely the natural result of the artisan’s state of mind, which is free from dualistic man-made rules… Here lies buried the mystery... Continue Reading →

Re.Use, Re.Think, Re.Imagine.

‘Re-Use, Re-Think, Re-Imagine’ presents the work of seven UK-based experimental artists and makers, whose practice explores unique responses to materials and process. The group exhibition will feature new and existing works, spanning glass, ceramics, found objects, textiles and furniture. Whether repurposing, recycling or innovating, each of the makers are challenging traditional conceptions of craft and... Continue Reading →

The Apple Tree by Barnaby Barford

The Apple Tree, 2019 "Over the last two years I have become obsessed with The Apple", declare the artist Barnaby Barford". " It is Adam & Eve, the Judgement of Paris, Heracles, it is The Beatles, Steve Jobs and Newton, it is Cézanne, Magritte, Snow White and William Tell, it is even the American Frontier!... Continue Reading →

A nice cup of tea? an exhibition

A Nice Cup of Tea? is a new installation in the museum’s European Ceramics gallery. It features a specially commissioned work of art by Enam Gbewonyo and Lois Muddiman - a spectacular explosion of ceramic fragments; and audio recordings of local people from Oxford’s Windrush generation and African Caribbean community.

Lucie Rie. Ceramics & Buttons: an exhibition

CoCA Lucie Rie ceramics collection - Photo by Phil Sayer As one of the most respected potters of the 20th century, Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995) was known for her finely thrown and beautifully decorated functional domestic ceramics.I am falling in love with her work more and more. And since I started my pottery journey I... Continue Reading →

With a pinch of soda

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 →

Engaging with Clay: Collective Matter Studio and Potting Shed Tour

Collective Matter invite you on a tour of their purpose-built studio in Bermondsey and new outdoor project space, The Potting Shed, at Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer. Explore the sites through ceramic demonstrations, performances, hands-on workshops and a new exhibition of residents’ artworks. Meet Collective Matter at their studio (part of Sugarhouse studios, with Turner Prize-winning Assemble) for... 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.

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