CERAMICS IN SOUTHWELL 2018 – SUNDAY 26 AUGUST, 10AM TO 4.30PM
WORKSHOPS & DEMONSTRATIONS –The fair will include a series of workshops and demonstrations – these will take place at Southwell Library, a short stroll from the Market Square, in The Bramley Centre, King Street and each will last for approximately 1 hour. Proceeds for the workshops will go to the charity Adopt a Potter:
- 10.45am: Children’s Workshop taken by Susan Isaac – 12 places available and each child must be accompanied by an adult. Booking is essential £3.
- 12.00pm: Demonstration by Gael Cherry.
- 13.15pm: Adult’s Workshop taken by Ken Taylor – 12 places available. Booking is essential £3.
- 14.30pm: Demonstration by Steve Booton.
Contact Sue Morton to book for a workshop – email: or tel: 01636 815788
EXHIBITORS – The following is a list of the exhibitors who will be taking part:
Hand built and slipcast ceramics decorated using the Gum bichromate photographic process.
Decorative, colourful, figurative pots.
Decorative ceramics with exquisite patterns. Various techniques are used including Naked Raku. Bowls, vases & bird forms are slip cast or hand built.
Wood/gas fired stoneware.
Ceramic figures (mostly animals) with a touch of humour.
Decorative vessels and forms.
Hand built ceramic vessels. Wall hung.
Woodfired ash glazed domestic ware.
Hand built boxes, vases, vessels and wall pieces evoking the feeling of the shoreline. Black & white work referencing adobe architectural details & worn surfaces.
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Contemporary slipware ceramics.
Handbuilt vessels and wall art inspired by the natural world.
Porcelain and stoneware pots with high temperature glazes. Gas fired.
Decorative and sculptural stoneware with layered slips and textured surfaces.
Thrown and press moulded domestic stoneware, with slip and inscribed surface decoration.
Reduction fired stoneware and porcelain, functional and decorative.
Simple thrown functional wood fired forms, sustainably made.
Hand built sculptural vessels and heads.
Coiled stoneware indoor and outdoor vessels.
Abstract vessels formed using individually constructed moulds.
Porcelain and stoneware sculpture inspired by the natural world.
Thrown outdoor and domestic stoneware, wood and electric fired.
Robust tableware pots. Earthy deep red stoneware complemented with speckled cream coloured glaze or asymmetric motif patterned surface.
Decorative ceramics influenced by landscape, and the nature in the landscape.
Stoneware for home and garden – wood-fired and electric fired with slips and glazes.
Handbuilt porcelain vessels, wall art and jewellery.
Oakwood Gallery is a source of rare collectable studio pottery, both new and previously owned works will be on our stand at Ceramics in Southwell.
Wood-fired ceramics from an anagama kiln.
Slipcast porcelain and parian apothecary bottles with hand sculpted elements and b&w illustrations.
Ceramics and mixed media maritime sculptures.
Smoke fired figurative ceramics.
Wheel thrown domestic ware and one off pieces. Gas and woodfired.
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Slab built vessels with painterly surfaces.
Stretched and laminated slab built vessels. Unglazed exterior.
A contemporary take on traditional 18th-century tableware.
Low-fired, press moulded bowls and brooches decorated with slips and textured glazes.
Thrown and altered stoneware.
Handbuilt, coiled, wood fired to stoneware.