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October updates...

I was really pleased to receive  a 2nd place at the EWAAC awards last week in London. This was an exhibition and awards for UK and Japanese artists and craftspeople. I submitted  a  copper matte Raku "Jug". (Pictured in an earlier post.) I think it made  a fitting end to my  association with the awards- and trumps my first year "runner up". But, time to move on - although there is talk of some of the artists exhibiting in Kyoto, (the home of Raku pottery) now that would be nice.

Anyway, I haven't had much time to make new work recently, so I hope this week I can find time to restart again. I've got plans to make lots of smaller work, in the vein of the "Menhirs"- which seem to be selling well. Long may it continue is all I can say....

What's on...

Looking ahead- I'm resupplying Haddenham Galleries in Ely later this week . 
 I also got my entry off for the Vasefinder 2014 competition, which is an American juried online exhibition.
My exhibition at the A2 Gallery in Wells comes to an end next month- (Nov 10th) so get there quick if you want to buy a christmas present! 

Greenware Menhirs coated in terra sig


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