Monthly Archives: July 2014

Post Potfest Tiredness

Oh me oh my I am tired now. Potfest this weekend just gone was a corker, it was hot hot hot and sunny sunny sunny and there were many many people visiting and they purchased many many pots and a … Continue reading

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Pottery Continues

In amongst the shock and sadness of recent days, the world carries on. Today I taught a class at Kilquhanity Children’s Village just near here. A class of students from Kinokuni Children’s Village are there and they wanted some pottery … Continue reading

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Goodbye sweet friend

  Michael and Andrew of Northumbrian Craft Pottery, aka The Geordie Boys. I am going to use the words of Chris and Geoff Cox here as I am unable to express my sadness in words and they have done it … Continue reading

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Slip and sunshine

Just a little post for you tonight as it is already knocking on and I have a long journey in the morning to get to the Barony Centre in West Kilbride where there is a lovely Scottish Potters Association exhibition. … Continue reading

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I Give You The Baluster Jug

  Baluster Jug. 1300 – 1400 AD. Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery Baluster Jug. 1270 – 1340 AD. British Museum Brill/Boarstall ware, Buckinghamshire. Early – mid 13th century AD. Ashmolean Museum Clive Bowen. Baluster Jugs. Doug Fitch Slipware Baluster Jug. … Continue reading

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Forty Years of the Scottish Potters Association

This Saturday a new exhibition opened at The Barony Centre in West Kilbride. It is to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the Scottish Potters Association. Forty years ago the Scottish Potters Association was born when a group of potters at … Continue reading

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