Category Archives: James Hake

Bottle of white, Bottle of red

Sorry the pictures have now gotten a bit skewed in order, this should be half way down the page, Amanda Simmons and myself enjoying a glass of bubbly at the gala evening of the Origin show. This is going to … Continue reading

Posted in Ceramics in the City, Devon, dragon, Dylan Bowen, Geffrye Museum, James Hake, lasagne, Linda Bloomfield, Matthew Blakely, pancheons, Prue Cooper | 17 Comments

New Pots in various guises

Here is a quick pic of the newest additions to the house. Left to right:A huge James Hake tankard – a nice gift.A small but brilliantly bright Richard Godfrey mug – from the mug swap.A gentle Charlotte and Sigi Bohmer … Continue reading

Posted in Charlotte and Sigi Bohmer, James Hake, Kirkcudbright, money box, puzzle jug, Richard Godfrey | 1 Comment

Monday monday

After my frantic week last week making and drying and glazing I did get new pots through the kiln in time for the show at the weekend, and got the kiln packed for a bisque again this morning. Busy old … Continue reading

Posted in Errington Reay, James Hake, Rebecca Callis, squared dish | 1 Comment

Busy busy busy.

This weekend coming I am going to be exhibiting as guest to the Bay Potters who are having their annual Christmas show at Organico in Stavely in the beautiful Lake District. If you are able to visit it would be … Continue reading

Posted in Bay Potters, bike ride, James Hake, squared dish | 1 Comment