Where does the time go? I can’t believe its 25 years since I joined a pottery evening class at my school but ceramics is the thread that holds my life together and since that first moment on the potter’s wheel, I’ve been hooked.
It’s not easy running a creative business at the best of times but I am lucky enough to meet and work with all sorts of amazing, interesting and talented people and you all keep me going. Sometimes its good to look back and see how far you’ve come and so many times I feel like I am still at the beginning.
This week I’m delighted to have an exhibition starting in Hay-on-Wye at the Haymakers Gallery and I’m also showing at Burwash Art at Burwash Manor Farm in Cambridgeshire. Comins Tea House are showing their British Made teaware at the Best Of Brittania Show in Clerkenwell, London at the beginning of October and I am thrilled to be making some new pieces for their new collection. I’m also working on some really lovely new things for the Country Living Spring Fair in London next March!
Evening classes start again on Monday 15th September and there are a couple of spaces and I’m delighted that Jayne Clough will be running the Thursday day time ceramics class which starts on September 18th 10-12noon. Please email me if you would like to join! info