Feb 27th - 1st March: Parallax Art Fair
We're very excited to be showing in London this spring, and hope you'll join us at Chelsea Old Town Hall to see our latest work up for grabs! For more information please visit the Parallax website at:
ISCAEE Beijing and Jing De Zhen, China 2015
We have spent the winter expanding our range of items and we now have a rather lovely new jug design to share with you all, not to mention the quirky little "tea tower"s, which we think of as an office tea pot and creates a steaming brew of delicious loose leaf tea in a mug, hassle free. It looks rather like a cross between a flying saucer and a swirling minaret! Also new are our "solar saucer"s and beakers for enjoying your favourite tipples and snacks. These can be seen on our gallery page, so we hope you enjoy browsing through the pictures.
Updating the Website
We're busy expanding and redesigning the look of the website, so we hope you will bear with us while we get everything changed over and finished.
Salisbury Craft and Heritage Fair
Hatfield Art in Clay 2015
'An Alchemist's Archive' by Allen Richards and Emily Waugh available at:
Parallax Art Fair
Chealsea town hall
The Big Art Show Shrewsbury
Keynsham Pop Up Art Space
Hatfield Art in Clay 2016
Further shows to be announced!
We're currently busy updating the website again and getting ready for the new year, so watch this space for new stuff on the site! We've had a lovely year exhibiting at Parallax, Art in Clay and Salisbury Craft Festival (see the SHOWS AND EXHIBITIONS page for details) topped off by an amazing trip to China at the ISCAEE international ceramics symposium hosted by Tsinghua University. We were very lucky to be able to exhibit in the Wuxi Institute of Arts and Technology in Yixing (teapot Mecca, and so for Emily, heaven), run a workshop in Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute and give a talk on our work and making collaboratively. However, the best part was definitely meeting and hanging out with so many lovely, talented and inspirational makers, not to mention seeing so many fascinating ways of working with clay. Thanks to everyone who made it such a brilliant experience!
New section on the website! We now run school workshops in ceramics, usually with a historical twist. For more information, enquiries or a quote, please email us, and watch this space as we load pictures and information onto the new page.