Ceramike - Background Information

Modern Masters of Studio Pottery

Peter Swanson - Yunomi for the Mashiko Appeal Mark Griffiths - Ash glazed teapot Peter Swanson - Anagama fired yunomi

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Ray Finch, Ray Finch, Richard Batterham, Margaret Leach, Peter Dick
Ken Matsuzaki charger
Top row - Two Geoffrey Eastop pots, two Alan Wallwork pots, Takeshi Yasuda. Bottom Row - Two Bryan Newman sculptures, Joanna Constantinides, three Ursula Mommens pots.
Top row - Three Alan Wallwork pots, Waistel Cooper, Mary Rich and Geoffrey Whiting. Bottom row - Alan Wallwork, Bill Marshall, Sheila Fournier.
Top row - Three Bernard Leach pots, Shoji Hamada. Bottom row - Michael Cardew

The Long Room Gallery, Winchcombe

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Staged by John Edgeler and John Rastall, this exhibition features studio pottery from Britain and Japan includes the work of a number of potters including Bernard Leach, Michael Cardew, Ray Finch, Katharine Pleydell-Bouverie, William Marshall, Hamada Shoji and Ken Matsuzaki.

The exhibition runs from May 18th to May 25th at the Long Room Gallery in the centre of Winchcombe. For contact details and more information please vist the Long Room Gallery website. Please note that the gallery is open by appointment only on May 20th and 21st.

Top row - Two Sid Tustin pots, Ray Finch mug, Peter Disk plate, Reg. LLoyd, Sid Tustin. Bottom row - Michael Cardew, Eddie Hopkins, Marianne de Trey.
Set of beakers by Alix Woffenden surrounded by Michael Cardew pots. Bottom row - Harry Davis teapot surrouned by Ray Finch pots.
Top row - Koichiro Isezake, Kazu and Yu Fujiwara, Janet Leach, Janet Leach. Bottom row - Tomoo Hamada, Ladi Kwali, Janet Leach.
Two David Leach pots, Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie, three Bill Marshall pots. Bottom row - Richard Batterham, two Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie pots, Bill Marshall.
On the dresser - Ray Finch, Ursula Mommens, Ray Finch, Denise Wren, two charles Vyse pots, Ray Finch.
Not in the exhibition - Plate rack featuring slipware by Andrew McGarva