Please see link to the Spring Exhibition at the Harlequin Gallery – Friday 10th, Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th April 2015. WSP tutor Katerina Evangelidou will have a selection on show.
Cromartie hobby kiln. New and unused. Kiln controller, shelves and kiln furniture.
Approx 600cm height, 400 cm width interior . Cromartie recommended price £500 – special price to WSP members £400. All original documents available.
The kiln belonged to Pam Fox-Russell, long term WSP member, who died recently. She would have been delighted that potting continues through the equipment being used by current members. A donation will go to Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice.
Please get in touch with Julia Quigley if you are interested. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click here for Press Release: FBPT Everyman’s Eden
The Leonard Cheshire Home (Bells Piece, Hale Road Farnham) wishes to dispose of an Electric Kiln, pyrometer and associated equipment. There is no asking price but a suitable donation to the charity would be appreciated. The acquirer would arrange collection and transport.
Manufacturer: ELECTRICAL REWINDS (BURSLEM) LTD.
6Kw Single phase (13amp) 240 volts.
Overall Dimensions including stand (approx):
Height: 50.5 inches – Width 28.5 inches -Depth 32 inches.
Firing Cavity : 12″ wide x 14″ high x 18″ deep.
Please contact: Pat Lloyd Langston 01252 723309 to view.
PETERSFIELD ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY POTTERS GROUP ARE HOLDING A DEMONSTRATION DAY BY WELL KNOWN POTTER – ROGER LEWIS. (please see attached flyer)
The Roger Lewis demonstration day will take place on Sunday 12 April at Petersfield Community Centre (which is just at the bottom of Ramshill, as you come down into Petersfield past Churchers College and join the one-way system – take the first turning on the left and you will find the centre. (as you come down the hill you will see the centre on your left)
You can contact me (Tuesday evening tutor) on 07749 725 403 or Geraldine, whose contact number is on the flyer. (I can collect payment if you put it in an envelope in the pockets on the notice board on the stairs)
Amy Frankie Smith – terracotta artist has an exhibition coming up this weekend, 14th & 15th March in the Gridshell Building at the Weald and Downland Museum.
Amy has been working with 318 Ceramics and delivered talk about architectural ceramics during the Heritage Open Day’s in 2014, which was very successful. Amy is showing her new translucent porcelain artwork panels. Why not make a day out and go and see her work.
Check Amy’s websites is www.fluxsurface.com