Here’s a picture of my modest workshop after a days throwing, it looks so inviting, better get on with turning those bowls!
I have been busily making little clay replicas of two lovely and rather iconic buildings in my area. One housed the church community I belong to St Michael’s, a beautiful ‘tin tabernacle’ church hidden in the back streets of Kettering, and the other, the ‘big’ parish church with its magnificent and iconic medieval spire, that…
Just waiting to have their designs revealed. I love the promise of a white bowl waiting for inspiration to strike it, and the magic every time you open the kiln to see if it’s worked!
Robins seem to be making more noise in my garden, I heard one warning others away last evening as I went out to check the firing. Here are some lined up waiting for the festive season, more terrific images from Alison Bagley
Taking inspiration from my late fathers wonderful painting of a nuthatch. I’ll let you see th finished product when the client has taken delivery!
There have been so many wonderful people through the pottery this year, I have absolutely loved seeing new potters have a whale of a time and some smitten by the clay. The day sessions are best of all when there is enough warmth in the air to get the thrown pots drying that day, so…