Delighted that Sheffield Museums have acquired ‘Murmuration’ for their collection. It’s scheduled to be on display in the Graves Art Gallery next year.
Had a great weekend at Art in the Gardens with Yorkshire Artspace. Met some nice people and sold a few works. It was a sunny day too.
Following on from ‘Little Me at the Edge’ and ‘Zeitgeist’ here is the latest Sign of the Times
I have just displayed my most recent work in the two display cases in the “avenue” in the Millennium Gallery in Sheffield’s city centre. They are on display until 4 June 2023. Pop in and have a look if you are in Sheffield. Here are photos of the works.
Some pieces are for sale. Prices range from £150. You can contact me at email@example.com should you be interested in sizes, availability and prices.
This is our image for the new year. It seems timely. Best wishes to everyone.
I am pleased with this pot. I don’t say this very often. The lines are incised with both black and blue slip to add a bit of variation in the lines and the inside was brushed with cobalt oxide with a matte clear glaze. The vivid colour of the blue inside is only visible when you peer into it. I hope to use this colour more prominently soon.
Derbyshire Open Arts is happening on Saturday 28th to Sunday 29th May 2022.
I am exhibiting at the Holymoorside Village Hall, Holymoor Road, Holymoorside near Chesterfield, S42 7DX from 10.00am to 5.00pm each day along with other makers.
This venue has full disabled access.
I have two ranges at the moment Tanglewood and Stoneflow.
This was our greetings card for this year as it seemed appropriate.
This was the first time that I had exhibited at Art in the Gardens. I was in the Northern Potters tent with seven other potters. Small items went well like the pebbles and spoons and I sold my favourite round platter. Enjoyed the weekend very much. It was a relaxed and friendly event with people happy to be outside.
The last two images in the series Train Train. The final picture County Line Special has its title in homage to the great British harmonica player of the 1960’s, Cyril Davies, who enjoyed a top twenty hit of that title.