CERAMICS IN SOUTHWELL 2019
SUNDAY 25 AUGUST, 10am to 4.30pm
Market Square, Southwell NG25 0FS
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WORKSHOPS (one for children , one for adults) lasted for one hour. The cost for attendance was £3 which was donated to the charity ‘Adopt a Potter‘. To book a place please telephone Carl Gray on 07551 698844 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
EXHIBITORS – The following is a list of the exhibitors who took part:
Decorative ceramics with exquisite patterns. Naked Raku bowls, vases & bird forms are slip cast or hand built.
Stoneware ceramic figures with a touch of humour.
Reduction fired stoneware.
Sculptural vessels and forms.
Colourful handbuilt ceramics.
Handbuilt vases, boxes, vessels and wall pieces evoking the feeling of seashore/marine landscape.
Facebook: Dianne Cross Ceramics
Gas-fired, ash glazed functional stoneware.
Handbuilt vessels and wall art inspired by the natural world.
Decorative pierced and semi pierced stoneware and porcelain, hand thrown and slip cast.
Porcelain pots with high temperature glazes. Gas fired.
Decorative stoneware. Sculptural and vessel objects.
Wheel thrown porcelain bowls, vases and tall standing forms decorated with deep textural relief inspired by patterning on the mountains of N W Highlands.
Thrown and press moulded domestic stoneware, slip and inscribed surface decoration.
Simple thrown functional wood fired forms, sustainably made.
Blue and white porcelain.
Sculptural stoneware vessels using coils and slabs to construct the forms.
Agate ware – Abstract and functional.
Abstract vessels formed using individually constructed moulds.
Porcelain and stoneware sculpture inspired by the natural world and man’s place in it.
Stoneware and some porcelain.
Vessels and sculptures with texture and flame painted surfaces.
Robust, rustic tableware with subtle motif decoration.
Decorative ceramics influenced by landscape, and the nature in the landscape.
Thrown and handbuilt stoneware, mostly woodfired, for the home and garden.
Hand built porcelain wall art, vessels and jewellery inspired by the British countryside, flora and fauna.
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.
Slip cast and hand sculpted poison and apothecary vessels.
Maritime sculptures made from ceramic and recycled materials.
Smoke fired ceramic figures.
Gas fired domestic ware and one-off pieces.
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Slab built vessels with painterly surfaces.
Slip decorated earthenware.
Slab built laminated clay vessels, unglazed surface.
Underglazed decorated vessels.
Low fired decorative press moulded bowls and brooches.
Slip decorated domestic earthenware.
Thrown and altered stoneware.
Hand built, coiled, woodfired pottery.
Decorative and domestic earthenware inspired by English Folk arts tradition.