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Post by NaomiM on October 22nd 2014, 6:30 pm

Looking forward to it. Still debating whether or not to go to Oxford Ceramics this weekend.

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Farnham Art in Clay

Post by dantheman on November 12th 2014, 6:03 pm

List of Exhibitors 2014> Exhibitors - Farnham 2014
A - C

Jacqui Atkin, Adrian Bates, Camilla Bignall, Steph Black, Margaret Brampton, Jon Bull, Danielle Bunker, Raymond Church, Alison Coaten, Roger Cockram, Brigitte Colleaux, Jennifer Colquitt, Simon Conolly, Clare Curtis, Eddie Curtis, Margaret Curtis







D - J

Zuzka Doig, Fleen Doran, Gin Durham, Jill Ford, Jennie Gilbert, Nicola Gladwin (France), Mike Goddard (Spring Pottery), Ann Goodfellow, Sean Gordon, Alison Graham, Simon Griffiths, Ian Harris, Nic Harrison, Richard Heeley, Zoe Hillyard, Niek Hoogland (Netherlands), Pim Van Huisseling (Netherlands), Paul Jackson, Jess Jordan





K - O

Kent Potters Association, Eddie Kent, Pratima Kramer, Tim Lake, Tony & Gill Laverick, Roger Lewis, Felicity Lloyd-Coombes, Adam Marsh, Nicholas Marsh, John Masterton, Alex McCarthy, Crispin McNally, Isabel Merrick, Richard Miller (Froyle Tiles Ltd.), Sean Miller, Emily Myers, Veronica Newman, Andrew Niblett, Helen Nottage, Alison Ogden





P - Z

Elaine Peto, Marie Prett, Valerie Price-West, Melissa Pritchard, Katie Pruden, Mary Rich, Terry Riley, Samantha Robertson, Guy Routledge, Ruby Sharp, Hilary Simms, Katie Smith, Mark Smith, Rosalind Smith, Thomasin Toohie, Clare Wakefield, Juliet Walters, Steve Woodhead

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Re: Art In Clay

Post by dantheman on June 7th 2015, 5:16 pm


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Re: Art In Clay

Post by philpot on June 9th 2015, 1:49 pm

Seems as tho the early July date suits them better than the previous August one.
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Re: Art In Clay

Post by studio-pots on June 9th 2015, 2:18 pm

I preferred the first weekend in August but maybe more people are away then so the earlier date has resulted in more sales.

However, if you are a potter who is at Rufford the weekend before then I imagine it is a tiring couple of weeks.

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Post by dantheman on June 22nd 2015, 12:38 pm

List of Exhibitors 2015> Exhibitors - Hatfield 2015
A-B
Dorte Ahrenkiel (Netherlands), Alex Allpress, Jacqui Atkin, Debbie Barber, Chris Barnes, Jon Barrett-Danes, Adrian Bates, Richard Baxter, Svend Bayer, Peter Beard, Jenny Beavan, Vida Bewley, Daniel Boyle, Chris Bramble, Margaret Brampton, Paula Briggs, Jon Bull, Danielle Bunker, Willy van Bussel (Netherland),

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Jane Cairns, Camelia Botnar Foundation (Jeremy Sharp), Ross Campbell, Sue Candy, Linda Caswell, Daphney Carnegy, Mel Chambers, Jonathan Chiswell-Jones, Licy Clayden, David Cleverly, Alison Coaten, Russell Coates, Roger Cockram, Nic Collins, Marshall Colman, Jennifer Colquitt, Simon Conolly, Jonathan Cox, Sarah Cox, Dianne Cross, Cultural Connections (Nordic Tent - Birthe Fraser), Christine Cummings, Eddie Curtis, Margaret Curtis, Mike Dodd, Pam Dodds, Fleen Doran, Francoise Dufayard (France), Sally Dunham, Gin Durham

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Nigel Edmondson, Karen Edwards, Darren Ellis, Steve Ellis, Shirley Emmerson-Doorbar, Ian Evans, John Evans, Philip Evans, Alain Fichot (France), Kim Ford, Michelle Freemantle, Brydee Gillbard, Nicola Gladwin, Mike Goddard (Spring Pottery), Ann Goodfellow, Riichard & Julie Goodwin-Jones, Sean Gordon, Alison Graham, Ian Gregory, Simon Griffiths

H-J
James Hake, Jennie Hale, Janet Halligan, Ian Harris, Peter Hayes, Richard Heeley, Zoe Hillyard, Guy Holder, Terri Holman, Sylvia Holmes, Niek Hoogland (Netherlands), Pim Van Huisseling (Netherlands), Andrew Hull, Lynne Hutchinson, Chris Inder, Holly Inglis, Ros Ingram , Paul Jackson, Remon Jephcott, Paul Jessop, Doug Jones, Mary Jones,



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Haruhiko Kaneko, Lisa Katzenstein, Michael Kay, Kent Potters Association, Eddie Kent, Jin Eui Kim, Katharina Klug, Pratima Kramer, Tim Lake, Jean-Paul Landreau, Gill Laverick, Tony Laverick, Chris Lewis (South Heighton Pottery), Felicity Lloyd-Coombes, Matt Lowe, Susanne Lukács-Ringel (Germany), Neil & Sally MacDonell, Sheila Madder, Laura Manners, Karen Marks, Adam Marsh, Matthew David Marsh, Nicholas Marsh, Andrea Martini, John Masterton, John Mathieson, Nigel Matthews, Alex McCarthy, Bridget McVey, Richard Miller (Froyle Tiles Ltd.), Albert Montserrat, Eric Moss, Sue Mundy
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Sabine Nemet, Veronica Newman, ​Andrew Niblett, Jeremy Nichols, Helen Nottage, Oakwood Ceramics Gallery (David Binch), Alison Ogden, George Ormerod, Susan Claire Page, Claire Palastanga, Angelika & Gerd Panten (Belguim), Sue Paraskeva, Annie Peaker, Andrew Pentland, Elaine Peto, Adela Powell, Marie Prett, Valerie Price-West, Melissa Pritchard, Katie Pruden, Carol Read, Paul Reid, Mary Rich (Penwerris Pottery), Allen Richards (A and E Ceramics), Terry Riley, David Rogers, Sarah Rooms-Heaphy, Guy Routledge (Carrington Pottery),

S-V
Ingrid Saag, David & Louise Salsbury, Mia Sarosi, Kate Schuricht, Katerina Sedlackova, Ruby Sharp, Simon Shaw, Shelton Pottery (Ken Shelton), Alex Shimwell, Vilas Silverton, Katie Smith, Mark Smith, Rosalind Smith, Sophie Smith, Rob Sollis, Pat Southwood, Barry Stedman, John Stroomer (Australia), Chris Sutherland, Hiro Takahashi, Anthony Theakston, Nichola Theakston, Jean Tolkovsky, Pollie & Garry Uttley

W-Z
Clare Wakefield, Sarah Walton, Liz Watts, Emily Waugh (A and E ceramics), Paul Wearing, Robin Welch, John Wheeldon, Jeremy White, Anna Whitehouse, Demelza Whitley, Karen Wilkinson, Richard Wilson, Myra Wishart, Tessa Wolfe-Murray, Sally Woodford, Steve Woodhead, David Wright, Chiu - I Wu, Paul Young

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Re: Art In Clay

Post by NaomiM on June 22nd 2015, 1:01 pm

Chui-I Wu is top of my list. Hoping she has something small and affordable on her stand, and isn't sold out.

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Re: Art In Clay

Post by studio-pots on June 24th 2015, 4:44 pm

I shall be there on Friday so if any other Forum members are going that day what about a way of making ourselves known?

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Re: Art In Clay

Post by dantheman on June 24th 2015, 6:21 pm

everyone wear a flower in your hair!

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Post by NaomiM on June 24th 2015, 10:56 pm

I you see Chiu-I Wu tell her to keep me something small and affordable for Saturday. ;)

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Re: Art In Clay

Post by studio-pots on June 25th 2015, 10:01 am

The potters usually don't put everything out on the first day so I'm sure there will be something for you to buy for Mr. M.

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Post by studio-pots on July 3rd 2015, 9:06 pm

Went today and enjoyed meeting a few old friends that I haven't seen for a while but there was nothing that got me excited.

There was a potter , who originates from Barcelona but now living in S. W. London, who made big oval vases that were fairly interesting. His name was Albert Montserrat. I also thought Pat Southwood's work was fine but that's about it really.

On Tuesday evening I went to the City Lit Ceramics Diploma Graduation show and there was far more exciting work there than I saw today so I don't think it's because I have become jaded.

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Post by studio-pots on July 3rd 2015, 9:55 pm

I almost forgot that there was a potter from Japan there, Haruhiko Kaneko, whose work was very fine. Largely oil-spot glazes and intense blues.

The teabowls were £1200 - £2000 so I imagine out of the price range of most visitors.

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Post by NaomiM on July 4th 2015, 1:10 am

Hoping to get another piece by Fleen Doran. Promised to pop over to Pat Southwood's stall. Also have Anna Whitehouse on my wish list.

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Post by studio-pots on July 4th 2015, 11:25 am

It will be interesting for me to hear your overall impression, Naomi, being a relative newcomer to such events when compared to old timers like myself.

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Post by dantheman on July 4th 2015, 1:51 pm

if there are pots for sale she will be euphoric

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Post by NaomiM on July 4th 2015, 9:00 pm

dantheman wrote:if there are pots for sale she will be euphoric


Most Excellent Most Excellent Most Excellent

Ok, completely blew my budget on Chiu-I Wu and Ian Gregory

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Post by NaomiM on July 4th 2015, 9:07 pm

It was good. Especially liked that they had the students on tables in the middle of each tent; I like to see new faces. It's bigger than the other fairs I go to - Oxford and Farnham - and it's nice To see potters that aren't at the other two. The gnarly dudes were there. Very tempted by a Sven Bayer bowl and a Nic Collins bottle, but as I'd blown my budget I stuck to cheaper items.

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Post by studio-pots on July 4th 2015, 11:25 pm

NaomiM wrote:
dantheman wrote:if there are pots for sale she will be euphoric


Most Excellent Most Excellent Most Excellent

Ok, completely blew my budget on Chiu-I Wu and Ian Gregory

Ian had major surgery last year and says that he still has to do too much sitting down for his liking. Did you buy one of his ladies? Embarrassed

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Post by NaomiM on July 5th 2015, 12:13 am

No, a dog's head. He said he's going to miss seeing it sitting on his windowsill. I wonder if he's selling off some of his old pieces.
He had lots of his naked men, but I didn't see any naked ladies


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Post by NaomiM on July 5th 2015, 3:03 am

Worst thing was the lack of road signs. We drove right through town without seeing an entrance and it wasn't until we turned round and drove back that we found one which was impossible to see from the other direction.
Plus we kept forgetting which tent people were in when we went back to buy our favourites. Ended up going through them all at least three times.

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Post by NaomiM on July 5th 2015, 3:12 am

studio-pots wrote:Went today and enjoyed meeting a few old friends that I haven't seen for a while but there was nothing that got me excited.

There was a potter , who originates from Barcelona but now living in S. W. London, who made big oval vases that were fairly interesting. His name was Albert Montserrat. I also thought Pat Southwood's work was fine but that's about it really.

On Tuesday evening I went to the City Lit Ceramics Diploma Graduation show and there was far more exciting work there than I saw today so I don't think it's because I have become jaded.


Albert Monserrat only had one pot left by the time we arrived on Saturday
Impressed with Pat Southwood's work. Was planning to get a tsubo but ended up with a tall vase.
Although I liked seeing the students work I was disappointed by the poor technique on a lot of them. Lovely glazes hiding a multitude of sins.

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Post by studio-pots on July 5th 2015, 9:40 am

The trouble is with degree courses in Ceramics these days is that there is only a very small proportion of the course devoted to ceramics and even less making.

Albert Monserrat didn't have many pieces with him on Friday morning when I was talking to him and they were very inexpensive considering the size and the quality.

Not this tall vase from Pat?


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Post by NaomiM on July 5th 2015, 6:32 pm

The one to the left of the Ian Gregory dog





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