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Gallery round up for September

I thought I'd take stock of some of my pots at the weekend, with a view to pressing on and making some new work in the run up to .......(Christmas)-say it quietly! Summer proved a bit of a revelation sales wise- probably the best certainly since the recession kicked in - so maybe things are turning a corner.

I've been doing all my usual regular supplies of Gallery stuff to  Buckenham Galleries (Southwold) and the Taplin Gallery (Woodbridge). I'm also stocking work at Quirky Art in Denbeighshire, Wales.

These days I get as many enquiries from online galleries as I do from "physical" galleries. The most notable that I sell on are Studio and for me, at any rate- Rippingham Art. It's the way of things I suppose these days. It is sad not to exhibit in a real space for sure and to get to know the owners and proprietors- but there you go. Both Stephen Dee of Studio Pottery and Jan Rippingham though, have been really friendly, helpful and supportive of my work- and you can't ask for more than that.

Rippingham Art:

Pisces- @ Rippingham Art


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