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Images from Ian's second batch of pots. He made those last summer and he's VERY productive, it's a joy to see. There will be plenty more to come. ...

"I started making pottery at school - failed at O level but carried on regardless. Started doing Adult Education classes, bought a kick wheel in my teens and used to throw at home and take my dried out work back to the class for firing. I then...

still time to go to the Midlands Potters Exhibition in the Woodbridge Gallery to see Fiona's pots:...

Our Fiona has pots in this exhibition, go and have a look:Opening Times: Saturday 28th November 10am - 5 pmSunday 29th November 11am - 4 pmMonday 30th November 10am - 5 pmTuesday 1st December 10am - 5 pmWednesday 2nd December10am - 5 pmThursday 3rd December10am...

Here are some result from last weekend's raku firing: and images from the firing itself, photos courtesy of Russell:  we love Becky because it's hard not to love her, also she can cook really well    our community leader at work :)    ...

This is Becky - she's the person who answers the phone when you contact us (see contact details) and she'll happily tell you when you can come around to play with clay....

TranstopiaContemporary Arts Exhibition, featuring over thirty Midlands-based artists.Managed and curated by Direct Arts Action, an inclusive artist collective, seeking to build networks and host events and exhibitions throughout the West Midlands. Direct Arts Action draw from all artistic disciplines and at all levels, with the aim...

Our own potteryneighbour Stuart Lightheart has three of his Sophocles inspired elegant pieces called Antigone I - III in a Midland Potters’ Association curated show at Rugby Art Gallery & Museum, 19 September – 1 October, if you get the chance, go and have a...

An attempt at building a musical instrument, a cornett, or Zink, a kind of flute. unfortunately it cracked, but is still very beautiful.    ...

 great owl created by our steve    our actual animal. policy on animals: the cat is not allowed on the table      lovely elephants created by one of our potters  ...

John has doing pottery for a very long time: "I started pottery at school in 1966, got the “O” level then “A” level, I have never been very long away from the potters wheel since then. I enjoy teaching, I keep very little of what...

In June a few of our potters went to Prague to meet other potters and to discuss various aspects of their craft. Here are a couple of pictures:...

in the coming days we will introduce ourselves, our work and what we contribute to our pottery:Fiona Scanlan I first started making pots at adult education classes over twenty years ago. I immediately loved it. I was reminded of happy childhood hours of...

the making of the knitting bowl (planet bowl) a good example of our collaborative efforts. one of our potters made the bowl while becky cut out the coil and glazed it.          ...

All our potters are special, and some are famous; one of them is a deafblind potter called Helene, she was in the newspaper recently. Here she is, making another one of her bowls with those lovely intricate patterns:     (pictures taken with permission)  ...