NewsFitch & McAndrew Online Exhibition. View the online catalogue here: https://issuu.com/dougfitch/docs/fitch_and_mcandrew_online_2016
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9th to 11th September sees the second coming of this lovely new show, Ceramic Art York, held in the museum gardens in conjunction with York Art Gallery. The show has a great series of demonstrations and lectures during the event … Continue reading
It’s been busy, so I am sorry for not having been a very active blogger of late. These things tend to go in phases I think and at the moment my phase is very much revolving around Pippin. It is … Continue reading
It’s nearly time for the annual extravaganza of art and craft that is Dumfries and Galloway’s Spring Fling Open Studios weekend. Each year for the past 14 years during the bank holiday weekend at the end of May the region’s … Continue reading
9th April – 21st May Preview 6-8pm Friday 8th April Gracefield Arts Centre, 28 Edinburgh Road, Dumfries, DG1 1JQ This years flagship exhibition is at Gracefield Arts Centre. Many of the artists and makers taking part in the 2016 open studios event are exhibiting … Continue reading
So, no pots are being made at the moment but our newest creation is utterly beautiful and we are besotted. Pippin Kate Fitch arrived at home in rather a rush on Saturday 13th February and weighed in at 6lb 14oz. … Continue reading
Back in August last year we got a phone call to ask if we might like to be the featured potters in a forthcoming issue of Ceramic Review. We were thrilled and readily agreed. A photographer and film maker by … Continue reading
This film, made in the 70’s by a relative of mine, Lynton Diggle, who lives in New Zealand, is about the New Zealand potter Barry Brickell. I discover that Barry died this weekend at the age of 80. I visited … Continue reading
Gently does it, slow and steady is the only way to be at the moment. I can’t do very much without needing a break so I am slowly working my way through orders. I need to be doing something while … Continue reading