Monthly Archives: September 2010

News, Exciting News

http://www.youtube.com/get_player Sorry about the poor quality of the video, I am a bit excitable and it’s a crazy windy day again here. More about the exciting news when I get back from my trip to London and Ceramics in the … Continue reading

Posted in Amanda Simmons, Ceramics in the City, workshop | 13 Comments

Monday Wild and Windy and Wet Day

Well yesterday was summer and over night it turned to autumn. It’s been a wild day out there in the world. I’ve really just been sorting pots for Ceramics in the City and getting things finished so that I can … Continue reading

Posted in crazy daisies, fresh slip, oak tree | 7 Comments

This weeks things

I need to pack up my pots for Ceramics in the City over the next day or so. I do like this show, not least because it means I get to see my friend Annabel again who very kindly lets … Continue reading

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Wednesday

For those fellow addicts out there here’s another fresh slip pic for you to lust over. I received this flier through the post this afternoon, opened it up and thought hey I know who made that, it’s Jim’s pot. Open … Continue reading

Posted in Lille Street Gallery, Ron Philbeck, wet slip | 4 Comments

Humbug Jugs

A slip trailing day today, here’s a couple of freshly slipped beasts for your enjoyment. I know I post pictures of fresh slip time and again but nothing beats it. There is so very much going on at the moment … Continue reading

Posted in Ceramics in the City, Humbug Jugs with Feet, Just Art, Stripes | 5 Comments

Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair

The new website for the Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair is now live, listing all the many and varied exhibitors and details of how to find the show and how to book tickets. It’s whizzing up fast so get it … Continue reading

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Friday Sunny Day

I love this picture. It reminds me of a photo I have somewhere of a group of wonky but very old jugs of similar shape to this that are all leaning in random directions. Amanda pointed out that she couldn’t … Continue reading

Posted in baluster jugs, ice-cream | 5 Comments

Yikes!

Well you remember that there list that I posted the other day. Well now I am well down the second page, all of a sudden the world has gone crazy for my pots. It’s wonderful but a bit scary, I … Continue reading

Posted in list, Lochinch Castle, Phil McMenemy, thistles | 10 Comments