Wirral Potters Exhibition
28 April 2016 18:30 - 07 May 2016 17:00
Wirral Potters was founded in 1973 by a group of enthusiastic
local potters, eager to exchange ideas, develop their craft and
hold annual exhibitions of their work. The first exhibition was
held in a disused waiting room of Hoylake Station.
This year's exhibition runs until Saturday 7th May, open
daily 10am-5pm, free admission
There will be a preview evening and seminar on Friday
29th April 6.30pm - 9.45pm, featuring demonstrations by Jennifer
Hall, who produces a wide range of pieces using red earthenware
clay decorated with a combination of slips which are dipped,
trailed and sgraffitoed. Tickets £7 and available at the
The popular annual exhibtion features work from the group's
twenty members, showing a range of work from modelled figurative
groups and stylistic bird sculptures to functional thrown ware and
other colourful, decorative pieces.
Each member is a productive potter, all have received full or
part-time Art School training. Some are teachers of the craft and
others are full time potters or enthusiastic amateurs working from
kitchen, garage or studio workshop.
Nothing - its free.
Do I need to book a place?
No - just come along and enjoy.
Organised by Wirral
No ticket is required