It has amused me for sometime , that I have ended up as a museum attraction, but not always the old exhibit from the 50’s. I did a session for the History Gang all of whom won’t know what the millennium was like let alone the 1950’s. My session with them was ‘Making a SaxonContinue reading “History Gang at the Museum”
Earth has not anything to show more fair, Dull would he be of soul who could pass by the showroom at the bottom of my garden. I find it hard to believe that Wordsworth wrote about my new showroom a good 200 years before it was even built, incredible. We needed to store our boxesContinue reading “SHOW ROOM”
The setting up of the show at the Pop in Boggers, to showcase the trail. New for this year is bcat, a trail of artists on a seven mile coastal strip from Pagham to Elmer, a varied group of artists along the coast, To highlight the trail a show was organised with the help fromContinue reading “BOGNOR COASTAL ART TRAIL ( bcat ).”
MY holiday this year was two weeks in Sunny/wet Devon on a firing course at Barn Pottery, with Nic Collins and Sabine Nemet in Moretonhamstead ( Moreton for short, it’s one of the longest village names in England though not as long as the Welsh village names that take as much time to say asContinue reading “Busman’s holiday”
This year’s art trail was back at it’s usual time of year after covid forced it into late summer last year. The organization with a new team was excellent, much more signage with posters appearing everywhere. we had over 80 visitors to our venue, I hope they all had a good time touring the differentContinue reading “chichester art trail”
My first event will be at the new POP up shop in Bognor by the arcade opposite the Regis centre, also very close to a cocktail bar. The exhibition sales etc will start at 10.00 on Tuesday 12th April . I will be there with a full range of pots to look at in allContinue reading “first event of the year”
The saga has yielded a result, the first pots using the ‘ Bake house ash glaze ‘ are out and very nice they are too.
Making a mug each for the volunteers on Wednesday 25 mugs.
When I volunteer at the Weald and Downland museum on Wednesdays, I talk to the bakers and have scrounged some bread and a fantastic biscuit, it dawned on me that they were using one species wood in the oven. The hazel is cut from the woodland at the top of the site it grows onContinue reading “An Ash glaze saga”
A woodfiring is a special event, an event that only happens every six months and is a massive investment in time, materials and skill. Tina lets me have space in her big and beautiful kiln, I am not properly up and running at the moment so my pots didn’t take up much space, I hadContinue reading “A FIRING”