A variety of traditional & contemporary ceramics, sculpture, functional vessels and decorative pieces.
Talk with the potters about their work, inspiration and methods of production.
Workshops, demonstrations and Raku and Soda kiln firings.
Visit website to book workshop sessions during DAW and to find out about other activities.
Hand built stoneware vessels which evoke the colours and forms of the coastal cliffs and beaches. Multi-sectional sculptures are suitable for the garden.
Impressions of the seashore, seedheads & grasses in her bowls, dishes & wallhangings catch the light with the translucent porcelain that she uses.
Warm & chunky casseroles, mugs, jugs and other domestic ware, soda glazed & fired in the kiln in the bike shed in the Old School Yard!
Thrown wares fuse prehistoric shapes and decorations with modern glazing techniques. Drinking beakers, cooking pots and bowls. Pottery fired in a recently built wood fired kiln.
Iconic images of beasts, birds and bugs decorate Irene’s tiles and plates. Her torso sculptures use her stone carving skills, finished in attractive bronzed glazes.
Young Laurence, now a Fine Art Student at Poole, specialises in teapots and other functional if quirky vessels.
On B3159 between Weymouth and Martinstown, next to Upwey Wishing Well Café.
Good access with disabled toilet. Car parking in street or Church car park.
10am to 6pm or later by arrangement.
The Upwey Old School Village Hall, Church Street , Upwey, Weymouth, Dorset, DT3 5QE
Telephone: 01305 812030 (Home) 815216 (Venue)