Bev Bell-Hughes and Margareth O'Rorke


Yoga and Ceramics in Bali


British Ceramic Biennial

Opening Night 2009

Back for a third time in 2013, Stoke-on-Trent’s British Ceramics Biennial will run for 6 weeks from 28 September – 10 November.  The festival will present work from the UK’s leading contemporary ceramic artists in a series of new exhibitions and special events across the city.
Following the success of the last Biennial in 2011, the festival will again take over the spectacular China Hall at the original Spode factory site in Stoke town.  In addition to the FRESH exhibition showcasing the best of the current crop of UK ceramics graduates, there will be a strong international flavour with work on display from Scandinavia.

Nao Matsunaga has been awarded the £10,000 British Ceramics Biennial AWARD in recognition of his exceptional creativity in contemporary ceramics.  He was presented with the prize on 18 October at an awards ceremony to celebrate the British Ceramics Biennial in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of the British ceramics industry.
The awards evening also celebrated the winner of BCB’s FRESH bursary, which was awarded to Cardiff Metropolitan University graduate Sarah Worgan for her installation-based work. 
2013 Prize winners - Nao Matsunaga & Sarah Worgan


here we go again

I thought this blog was dying...well maybe not today !


Jennifer Lee at EHC London


Exhibition Now Open
9 October - 1 November
Jennifer Lee's first London exhibition in five years is now open.
The exhibition comprises of 17 works and 5 drawings.

The private view was very well attended and had a great response. By the close of the evening the majority of the works had sold.

The exhibition is fully illustrated online here and continues until 1 November.JL-0012-1_3.jpg