With great regret we have to confirm that
Ceramics in Southwell 2020 has been cancelled
CERAMICS IN SOUTHWELL 2020
SUNDAY 30 AUGUST
10am to 4.30pm
EXHIBITORS – The following is a list of the exhibitors who had been due to take part:
Handbuilt and slipcast ceramics decorated with Gum Bichromate photography.
Smokefired & Naked Raku decorative ceramics.
Gas fired domestic & decorative stoneware with a strong Japanese influence.
Handbuilt earthenware vessels and forms.
Hand-built figurative sculptures.
Stoneware – Domestic ware. Wood and gas fired, local slips and wood ash glazes.
Handbuilt forms inspired by landscape, seascape and marine life.
Thrown stoneware using ash glazes, gas fired in reduction.
Decorative stoneware, sculptural and vessel objects.
Slipcast porcelain vessels and sculpture.
Porcelain vases, bowls and tall standing forms thrown on the wheel, decorated with rich textural surfaces.
Recuction fired stoneware, decorative and functional
Simple but highly considered thrown & altered functional forms juxtaposed against complex and rich wood fired surfaces.
Trompe l’oeil sculpture and hand built abstract vessels in stoneware.
Blue and white porcelain.
Shape and strong visual impression of energetic and graceful moves performed by dancers, swans, peacocks, live chess figures or fairies.
Sculptural, referencing the human form.
Handbuilt stoneware vessels for indoor & outdoor spaces.
Stoneware and some porcelain.
Vessels and sculptures with texture and flame painted surfaces.
Reduction fired stoneware.
Hand built porcelain wall art, vessels and jewellery inspired by the British countryside.
Thrown, functional stoneware with colourful multi-layered glazes.
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 porcelain & parrian vessels with sculptured additions and illustrations.
Handbuilt sculptural ceramics based on the figure & head.
Functional high fired stoneware and sculptural raku items for display.
Maritime sculptures using ceramics and recycled objects.
Reduction fired domestic ware and larger one-off pieces.
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Slabbing and pinching techniques. The work is fired to stoneware in an electric kiln.
Slip decorated earthenware.
Earthenware decorated vessels.
Low fired decorative press moulded bowls, brooches and plates.
Slip decorated domestic earthenware.
Thrown and altered stoneware, colourful combined glazes.
Thrown contemporary tableware and decorative pieces.
Handbuilt, woodfired, individual boxes & vessels.