I’ve just thrown the last few pots for next week’s trip to London. That gives me seven days to finish, dry and fire twice – not the best plan in the world, but some how it always seems to be like this with the few deadlines each year that I can’t move! (Shows, Christmas and perhaps the odd wedding list or two). Thankfully though I’ve actually got plenty of pots already, I just can’t help making a few more.
The Geffrye Museum is housed in elegant 18th century almshouses with a contemporary wing where Waun Hir Pottery will be showing its work at a three-day selling event featuring 50 potters.
The ninth year of Ceramics in the City at the Geffrye Museum
16th Sept – 19th Sept 2010
Group Exhibition at Contemporary Applied Arts to highlight the plight of the honey bee. Curated by Wendy Ramshaw.
I will be showing my work at Contemporary Applied Arts in the heart of London’s West End.
Group exhibition presenting the work of some of the most renowned names in applied arts today along with younger makers.
Contemporary Applied Arts
2 Percy Street
London W1T 1DD
22nd Jan 2010 – 13th Feb 2010
Waun Hir Pottery will be once again showing its wares this Autumn in the Geffrye Museum. Less than a mile from the first pottery workshop in Hoxton Square, London.
Now in its sixth year Ceramics in the City showcases the work of 45 selected ceramicists. Offering visitors the chance to buy, chat to makers and watch demonstrations.
Ceramics in the City 6 2007
Fri 21 September 12 noon – 8 pm
Sat 22 September 10 am – 5 pm
Sun 23 September 12 noon – 5 pm