Jitka Schacherlova, friend of WSP and MA student at UCA has an exhibition of her new work alongside the work of other great artists at Baker Tilly in Guildford. Jitka has asked me to invite all WSP to the private view on Thursday 10th May 6pm-8pm, more details below.
I’m sure she would appreciate your support if you are in Guildford.
Debi Allen from Myra’s monday evening class has kindly shared a photo of her lion head plate.
It is stoneware with under glaze colours and a transparent glaze.
Debi also wanted to point out that her carpet is really not that bright!! Although it does provide an excellent back drop for a fabulous pot…..
Elaine and Guy invite all members of WSP to a coffee morning this Saturday at 10:30am, being organised by the Farnham Society at Farnham Pottery.
The cost is £3 with an optional additional 50p for cake.
See below details of an exhibition that 6 members of WSP are doing in May .
Everyone at West Street Potters are invited to attend the Private View (wine and nibbles) at 6-8.30 pm on Friday 4th May at the Mounteagle Gallery in Yateley.
Go along if you can, I am sure they will be glad of your support.
The Farnham Society are having a coffee morning at the Farnham Pottery on Saturday 21st April, hosted by the owners Guy and Elaine. With up to 80 people attending, Elaine has suggested it would be a good opportunity to showcase WSP members work in the display cabinet….with a price tag/contact details if desired. Speak to your tutor about placing work in the cabinet the week before.
In anticipation of the event Elaine is arranging a working party of ‘window cleaners’ to smarten up the main pottery building. If you are able to spare an hour or so this Saturday, 14th April between 10am -12pm, your help would be greatly recieved. Elaine will supply the dusters and Windolene.
A great opportunity to see the interior of the main pottery building if you haven’t seen it before.
A number of West Street Potter members were selected to take part in the Farnham Art Society exhibition including Vicky Goodluck who kindly supplied the photos of her work in situ. Great exhibition, I hope it was a success for everyone who had their work on display.
For full version of the newsletter and details of this years Art in Action go to: Art in Action