2014 Ceramics Trail Cornwall

Britta Wengeler plate
Britta Wengeler plate

The 2014 Ceramics Trail Cornwall, which coincides with the St Ives September Festival, running from the 13th to 27th of September 2014.

Coinciding with this year’s St Ives September Festival is the second Ceramics Trail Cornwall, which brings together twenty four professional potters and ceramic artists as part of a fortnight-long 'open studios' circuit. Visitors to the September Festival will be encouraged to visit the many talented potters based in the town of St Ives and to venture out into the surrounding towns and countryside to explore other pottery venues and some of the smaller, independent ceramic studios of West Cornwall.

Linda Styles pot
Linda Styles pot

The potters and ceramic artists involved in the trail cover a very wide range of practices, styles and techniques ranging from traditional wood-firing, soda-firing and reduction firing through to the application of digital technologies.The trail will be promoted through a specially designed trail map and leaflet included with St Ives Festival programme, available across the county in galleries and tourist information centres.

Tim Lake ceramics
Tim Lake ceramics

Participating artists and venues include the Leach Pottery, Gaolyard Studios, Newlyn Art Gallery, Pendeen Pottery, Charlotte Jones, Peter Swanson, Roelof Uys, Amanda Ray, Sam Hall, Lincoln Kirby Bell, Bee Duxbury, Richard Phethean, Britta Wengeler, Rebecca Harvey, Carol Scott, Hannah Lawrence, Jane Adams, Linda Styles, Louise Thompson, Michel Francois, Ben Barker, Rick Henham, Nic Harrison, Russell Gibbs, Samme Charlesworth, Sarah Dunstan and Tim Lake.

For further information contact Julia Twomlow at Leach Pottery, Higher Stennack, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 2HE / 01736 799703
julia@leachpottery.com / www.leachpottery.com

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