SUNDAY 27 AUGUST, 10am to 4.30pm
Market Square, Southwell NG25 0FS
Here is a taster of the event (including musicians from the Southwell Music Festival Fringe):
EXHIBITORS – The following exhibitors took part:
Handbuilt & slipcast ceramics with Gum Bichromate Photographic decoration.
Handbuilt porcelain homeware & jewellery with pastel colour palate & gold lustre accents.
Slipcast bud vases made with stained porcelain.
Web: Anna Binns Ceramics on Etsy
Handbuilt vases, wall pieces, vessels & boxes evoking the coastline & moorland.
Wheel thrown and slab built white earthenware & porcelain.
Soda fired, wheel thrown pots for use.
Decorative pierced vessels & bowls.
Thrown and press moulded domestic stoneware, slip and inscribed surface decoration.
Stoneware vessels using clay slabs or coils to construct the forms.
Ceramic wall panels & vessels.
Ceramic vessels and sculptures with flame painted surfaces.
Pots for the home and garden.
Handbuilt porcelain wall art, vessels & jewellery inspired by the British countryside.
Thrown functional stoneware with multi-coloured glazes.
Previous owned ceramics and pottery.
Thrown and slabbed pottery, mostly decorative.
Thrown domestic and decorative ware.
Thrown and handbuilt domestic ware.
Slip cast and hand built earthenware vessels, decorated with coloured slips and bold glazes.
Thrown domestic ware, handmade layered glazes.
Web: etsy: helenpickardceramics
Porcelain apothecary with sculptural & illustrated details.
Stoneware functional pieces for the table & home fired in reduction.
|David W Sampson
Sculptural, quirky, figurative stoneware ceramics.
|Sherwood Forest Woodfiring Society
Wood fired and soda fired wares.
Thrown porcelain and stoneware.
Ceramic animal sculpture.
Handbuilt, burnished and smoke-fired sculptures based on wildlife.
Domestic stoneware and larger one-off pieces.
Web: NPA Website
Abstract organic stoneware sculptures & decorative vessel forms.
Porcelain domestic ware.
Decorative low fired bowls, plates, dishes & brooches featuring vibrant special effect glazes.
Slip decorated earthenware.
Pinch and coiled sculptural ceramics.
Contemporary tableware and decorative pieces in stoneware glazes.
Coiled, woodfired pottery with reclaimed wooden lids