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Fired clay figurines made at Eastnor Pottery for mixed media driftwood and found object artArtist and occasional visitor to E.P Central, Alan creates wonderful quirky sculptures from found objects and assembled driftwood. Over the past few months, he has modelled a range of clay figures to incorporate in his artwork. We love what Alan does – no ceiling to his imagination and playful creativity. So much so, we’ve dedicated this small FB photo album to his work. Enjoy! :)

Adding paint at Eastnor Pottery to clay figures made by mixed media artist

Surprise visit to Eastnor Pottery celebrating 9th Wedding AnniversaryDid you know that on the 9th anniversary, wedded couples are supposed to confirm their devotion to each other via the gift of pottery? Instead of purchasing a ceramic item, why not make each other a crock? – just like these two who visited the studio a few weeks ago.

Daleks made of clay at Eastnor Pottery by Doctor Who and Pottery enthusiasts

 

Customers of Eastnor Pottery make Pottery Planets during halfterm break

Was Feb 1/2 term really two weeks ago!? We had so much fun working with aspiring potters of all ages and abilities. Here’s a link link to the rest of the photographic evidence and we think the featured Earth & Jupiter made by a young potter were pretty cool!

 

If you fancy trying pottery in the advancing Easter hols, then book your session now. Tel: 01531 633886 or email admin@eastnorpottery.co.uk to reserve a family slot.Drop-in at Eastnor Pottery to learn to throw on the Potter's WheelCreative clay figures being made at Eastnor Pottery

 

 

Group of doctors at Eastnor Pottery for Potter's Wheel experience

We had so much fun with this group of medical professionals who booked the Pottery one Saturday evening for a birthday celebration.

The group consisted of surgeons and doctors who had been friends since medical school. Everybody converged on Eastnor from the far flung corners of the UK. Some travelling all day to make their pottery.

The party of 18 booked our 1.5hr shared potter’s wheel offer and were able to produce two or three pots each before the close.

We’ll fire and glaze their creations ready for collection from the Pottery in a months time.
All ready for the start of Potter's Wheel session

All gathered round at Eastnor Pottery for demonstration

Having fun on the Potter's Wheel at Eastnor Pottery

 

 

 

Two happy girls with brilliant pottery pieces at EastnorThe aspiring potter on the right purchased an Eastnor Pottery Gift Voucher as a surprise birthday present for her friend. Once date and time had been booked in advance, the girls spent an enjoyable morning each making a pot on the Potter’s Wheel. They also took the opportunity to paint their marvellous creations. A birthday to remember and we look forward to seeing them again soon.

Carefully painting a magnificent pot at Eastnor Pottery           Fantastic thrown pot at Eastnor Pottery