I have been looking at teapots, drawing teapots, using teapots and finally today I attempted to make a teapot! It’s a bit on the small side, like most things I make but I am pretty pleased with my first attempt!!
Saturday, 8 October 2011
Now in its third year Gifted is a selling exhibition featuring work by six local artists, utilising wood, metal ceramics, textiles and collage. An excellent opportunity to browse a range of unique and affordable Christmas gifts.
Garry Olson - Furniture
Sylvia Glover - Thrown tableware
Jane Mitchell - Textiles and collage
Karin Sheldon - Jewellery
Christine Emck - Sculpture
Sarah Malone - Ceramics
Friday 25th November 6.00pm - 8.00pm (preview)
Saturday 26th November 10.00am - 6.00pm
Sunday 27th November 11.00am - 5.00pm
I attended the preview night for Clay Connections at the Willow Art Gallery in Oswestry last night. What a beautiful town and lovely gallery space. I had a great evening, not just for the artwork which was truly fabulous but the owner, furniture maker Peter Vidal showed us around his amazing workshop and took the artists out for dinner! A first for me! Sitting around the table were potters; Margaret and David Frith, Jacqui Atkin, Wendy Lawrence, Sue Crossfield, Gordon Cooke, Brigitte Soltau, Karin Hessenburg, Nicholas Marsh and me!! I had to pinch myself!! Sorry it’s probably not cool to be star struck, but I am!! You can tell by all the!!!!!
This lovely exhibition is on until 5th November. Other artists exhibiting in the show are David Binns and Annie Tortora.