Category Archives: Hazel Campbell

Sunny Southern Slip Time

Here in the south west of England Spring has well and truly sprung. It was quite surprising traveling south last weekend and seeing how stark the difference is over those 400 miles. Up in Galloway the leaves on the Hawthorne … Continue reading

Posted in big trees, bike ride, clay, decorating, Devon, Doug Fitch, fresh slip, Hazel Campbell, horse chestnut, new pots, oak tree, pressed dish | Tagged | Leave a comment

Friday's fun

Some quick pics from yesterday for you. I had a half dozen or so of these jugs with feet to slip, I liked them very much the last time I made them. I don’t think I’ve sold any yet but … Continue reading

Posted in Hazel Campbell, legged jugs, Royal Exchange Craft Shop, Spring Fling 2010, Stranraer Museum | 4 Comments

All together now

All the McGill Duncan Twelve Pots of Christmas pots all together and standing smartly and saying cheese. Thanks to Amanda for her time photographing this little lot last weekend. The show opened this morning and what with the vast array … Continue reading

Posted in Adam Booth, Amanda Simmons, Andy Priestman, Hazel Campbell, John Threlfall, Kay Ribbens, Lisa Hooper, Maggie Savage, McGill Duncan Gallery, Phil McMenemy, Silvana McLean, Trevor Leat | 12 Comments

More Gaudi

A roof at Parc Guell, I love these lids on the buildings, they I think may find themselves as lids on some pots. . . I love all the work that is going on inside the Sagrada Familia, that is … Continue reading

Posted in Gaudi, Hazel Campbell, Parc Guell, Sagrada Familia, slip trailing | 3 Comments

Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! I hate not being able to do things as I am used to being able to do things. It makes you realise just how much you take for granted. My hand is much less swollen now thankfully but it’s … Continue reading

Posted in Hazel Campbell, Lizzie Farey | 4 Comments

Thanks Alan.

An hour of sorting and the workshop is back to how it should be. Phew! I’ve really enjoyed the weekend but I’m exhausted. I got my bisque unpacked, it’s been sat there since wednesday last week waiting and it’s all … Continue reading

Posted in Bovey Tracey, Hazel Campbell, Spring Fling | 6 Comments