Category Archives: Ceramics in the Round

Splendid sunsets and slipware pots.

We have had a week of utterly fabulous weather, most of it I have spent inside on a course, inside in a photography studio and inside at a Scottish Potters meeting oh and driving to and from Edinburgh and Perth. … Continue reading

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Home again.

Firstly I would like to say that I have just heard the sad news that Simon Carroll has died after being very poorly. I didn’t know the man at all but I have seen him demonstrate which was quite a … Continue reading

Posted in big bowl, Ceramics in the Round, Doug Fitch, plate sets, Simon Carroll, Toff Milway | 6 Comments

New pots quickly.

Unpacked the kiln this morning quickly as I had to be off elsewhere all day but I also had to pack up the high heels and handbags plate to be couriered this morning too. Here’s a shot of the whole … Continue reading

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Ceramics In The Round.

This weekend there will be a possy of potters gathering at The Devonshire Dome in Buxton in Derbyshire for Ceramics in the Round. Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th from 10 until 4.30pm. So if you are in the area pop … Continue reading

Posted in Beverley Gee, Ceramics in the Round, David and Margaret Frith, Doug Fitch, Mark Griffiths, Paul Young | 3 Comments

Wierd dreams and muesli pots.

Last night I had a dream, odd dreams are not uncommon in my head, this was very odd though. I dreamt the kiln was built and packed and had been fired and it was time to unpack the first firing. … Continue reading

Posted in Buxton, Ceramics in the Round, Sally Raven, teapot | 5 Comments

Thursday that feels like Friday

I’m all messed up with what day of the week it is, yesterday felt like monday and today feels like friday so where my head is I have no idea. I had a minor panic this afternoon realising that my … Continue reading

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