This one goes out to all you lovely customers and workshop participants who continue to rave about our Herefordshire business on social media – We thank each and every one of you!
Archive for July 30, 2015
For the past 15 years we’ve been fortunate to display our wares in the shop window of Priory Cleaners in Ledbury High Street. A prime spot for sure with locals and visitors enjoying the fruits of our pottery workshops and school projects in the centre of town.
Sadly, the dry cleaning firm has moved to new premises in the town without the expansive glass shop front . So it was with a heavy heart that we cleared our stuff and retreated to the Pottery showroom here in Eastnor.
We would like to thank the management at Priory Cleaners for the opportunity to exhibit for all these years and for Caroline for her curatorial expertise and stuardship.
We wish them all the success in their new shop.
The generational appeal of clay was highlighted by two recent birthday party workshops. This one year old’s family chose to make coil pots and pinch pot sculpture to mark their baby’s 1st.
A few days later this creative fella and his friends visited the Pottery one Summer evening to celebrate his 60th.
Just completed a fab artist residency at the welcoming and caring Sunfield School near Stourbridge. Students and staff got to explore the sensory delights of working with clay in a series of one to one potter’s wheel sessions. I totaly value my experience at Sunfield and the students respond to the material in such a positive manor.
Loving this recent testimonial from a mum who brought her parents and daughter for a bit of intergenerational creativity to celebrate Grandad’s birthday:
Thank you for a wonderful day. Dad said it is a day he will remember for the rest of his life. He said that the venue and kind and friendly people made it so relaxing and such a pleasurable experience. I am making a photo book as a souvenir of the day to give to him on his birthday and was wondering if you could send me a few of the pics that you took.
I was fortunate to see the photo book – lovely stuff!