Category Archives: Annabel Faraday

New pots and a weekend away

I’d left a glaze kiln cooling when I jetted off for Devon last week, here are a couple of the things that came out of it. The plates above are for the Carbon Busters schools project which is run by … Continue reading

Posted in Annabel Faraday, Bridget Drakeford, Craft and Design Magazine, Doug Fitch, Nicholas Marsh, Paul Jessop, Paul Young, Scottish Potters association, Victoria and Albert Museum | 9 Comments

Brighton Made09 Fair Offer. . .

Next weekend is a show in Brighton called Made09, I’m not doing it but my good friend Annabel Faraday should be but she has hurt her back and can’t go. So she is offering, with the organisers agreement, her stand … Continue reading

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To be going on with

Back home again and exhausted. It’s been a crazy busy but very enjoyable trip. Annabel and Elissa it was really great to see you both again. Thank you so much for your hospitality it is very much appreciated.The show went … Continue reading

Posted in Annabel Faraday, Ceramics in the City, Geffrye Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum | 1 Comment

A long tale.

I had a chat with my friend Christine today who told me off for not having mentioned something on here that I should have. I hadn’t mentioned it because although I was thrilled to bits when I got the letter … Continue reading

Posted in Annabel Faraday, Christine, CPA. London | 16 Comments

Oxford.

Here is Mr Young outside his pottery on a sunny sunny morning, how sweet is that building! It’s a little cracker. It was great to see Paul again, had fun talking about pots and potters for hours on end, thanks … Continue reading

Posted in Annabel Faraday, CPA show Oxford, Mary Wondrausch, Nic Collins | 8 Comments

Ceramics in the City

It’s always good to get home isn’t it. I was so happy to be back but you know this week I’ve seen London like I never have before. OK I know I’ve never spent huge amounts of time there, in … Continue reading

Posted in Annabel Faraday, Ceramics in the City, London, Pru Cooper, Toft, trees | 10 Comments