Very pleased with these collaborative owls constructed with the children at Church Lench First School in Worcestershire. Reminds me of that fab book ‘Owl Babies’ by Martin Waddell we used to read to the kids when they were younger.
As well as offering a range of exciting ‘off the peg’ drop in projects, we regularly get requests from our customers to make bespoke objects. The Pring family called by on a mission to create jugs, toast racks and these rather effective gardening tags. Good work team!
Privileged to have spent four days at the incredibly creative Stanley Road Primary School in Worcester. I got to work with the same class for the whole day enabling them to create some amazing ceramic lanterns for their Star Festival on the 28th June.
Light and colour provided the inspiration and the children worked in groups of three in a collaborative fashion. Each group made one sculptural piece between them so there was a lot of creative debate, exchanging ideas and negotiating on design.
Here’s just one of thirty photographed on the Pottery lawn. I cant wait to see them all installed and lit up.
Having just positioned the marvellous creations made by the children at Stanley Road Primary, I stepped back to admire the shelves, rammed with curious and interesting objects. Worthy of a photo me thinks!
Thomas and a selection of his class mates enjoyed making pots on the potter’s wheel and filling them with clay models as part of his 7th birthday party celebrations. Loving the ‘monkey submarrine’ made by big brother Sam.