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World Tour in March!

Pots on World Tour

Rather shamelessly (!) I have to tell you  about a few  exhibitions taking place during March. For most potters, like myself, these opportunities don't come along very often - so it's very rewarding to see your work on show and appreciated- somewhere...even if it's on a different continent!

From March 7th to 17th I have a work on show at Sedona Arts Centre in Arizona, USA.

From March 20th I have some work on show at Gallery Jarfo in Kyoto, Japan.

During March, also I have new work on show at Manchester City Art Gallery and Museum, UK. 

 Flyer for Sedona Arts
 Kyoto exhibition 

 Manchester Art Gallery-Museum and Shop 


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