I recently took part in the Harley Gallery Christmas and Arts market as a rising star! The fair was a big success and it was a lot of fun meeting new makers and seeing the open studios! Here are some photos of my stand..
Crumpet Ceramics will be exhibiting at the Harley Gallery Christmas Market!
The market is open at 10 am till 5 pm on Saturday 26th November and 10 am till 4pm on Sunday 27th November. There are over 50 food and craft stalls which will get you into the festive spirit and plenty of Christmas presents to purchase. There are talks happening all day and practitioners demonstrating how to make a variety of things...
After finishing my degree show I was invited to the Rufford Annual Earth and Fire ceramics fair. I spent the weekend camping and on the stall with my coursemates and having a look around at the other makers work.
The final year Decorative Arts degree show is up and open to the public from today till the 12th June.
The show along with textiles and Fine Art can be found in the Atrium of the Bonington Building, Dryden Street, Nottingham. NG1 4GG
My final year degree show is fast approaching so everything is made - all thats left to do is my portfolio, put up the degree show and make business cards (as seen below) which feature images of my final pieces.
On another note the Da3 shop was featured on the creative nottingham website, and i've got a mention as well as a few girls on my course;
On the 5th of May me and fellow third year students at Nottingham trent, set up and opened a shop in central nottingham on the outside of the Victoria Centre. We are trading for four weeks and had a private opening evening which was a great success! Here are some images of the end result...
For the past few weeks I have been making some porcelain jewellery consisting of necklaces, brooches and earrings, all in aid of raising some dollar. This weekend I am being a stallholder with a few friends at a vintage arts fair in my hometown of Sutton Coldfield. Here are a few of the end products which have been glazed and decorated with transfers..
I have arrived back from being a helper at ceramic art london which is held in the Royal College of Art. The exhibit was full of ceramicists from all over the world, so I went with a friend to help set up the show and speak to the makers themselves, and hopefully gather some inspiration and tips. Here are a select few photos of artists there..