Sunday, 29 May 2011


After meeting Clare in Brighton I've been invited to show at the Forge2 gallery in Culworth for their October - Christmas show called 'Wrapped'.

Friday, 27 May 2011

Exploring the house

New hand made and hand illustrated range of porcelain brooches. A combination of pennies and 5 pences with handless clock faces and compasses. Contact me for prices and purchase.

My new range of watches for people who don't need a watch on their wrist anymore as they look at their mobile phones in their pockets. Wear one of my watches to bring them back into fashion and to show that not knowing the time all the time is a lot more fun!

Also have a look at Fred Pipes' great Flickr sight at some more images of other artists work:
Fred Pipes Flickr


So its been a long while to give in to the power of the computer but its happened... I've joined Twitter...
Follow me! ... AWCeramics

Wednesday, 18 May 2011


New hand thrown mugs in either porcelain or white stoneware. For purchase please contact me for details or visit the Dragonfly House (Brighton open houses)

Open house, front room

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Unpacking the big one

After a night of continuous nightmares about burning down my studio I was pleased to open my kiln to find lots of finished work! Few!

Sunday, 8 May 2011


Accepted! Yipee!

Brighton Made

On the Brighton Made website have a look at, my profile

Saturday, 7 May 2011

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Number 13 Open House

I will be showing a selction of my cards in Number 13 House. Part of the Hanover Trail found as number 11 in the trail brochure.
Liz Schwarz and guest artists welcome you to peruse a variety of new work in many forms to suit all pockets large, small or threadbare. The café will again open for varied teas and stimulating coffees, enticing sweets and satisfying savouries, extending to the garden weather permitting. Liz is delighted to be back after taking last year off due to the arrival of her new baby. Come and relax and enjoy!

Open all four weekends over May 11:00- 18:00
13 Lincoln Cottages, Brighton. BN2 9UJ
Click here for more information on how to get to the venue

The Ceramics House

The Ceramics House is part of the 'Independant Houses' trail, number 25 in the open house book, and also featured in the 'House Festival brochure'.

All artists have been picked by ceramicist, public artist and owner of the house Kay Aplin. This year, a tiled bathroom, internal and external wall reliefs, ceramic and glass light installations. In addition, established and internationally recognised ceramicists have been invited to exhibit alongside Kay’s work, offering a unique and inspiring view of the diverse range of practices that make up contemporary ceramics. Artists showing include:

Kay Aplin, Architectural Ceramics and Glass;
Lowri Davies, Studio Ceramics;
Natalia Dias, Ceramic Sculpture;
Mandee Gage, Ceramic Sculpture;
Anne Gibbs, Ceramics and Mixed Media;
Lisa Krigel, Ceramics and Mixed Media;
Sara Moorhouse, Sculptural Ceramics;
David Price, Figurative Sculpture;
Angela Speight, Miniature Sculptures;
Emma Sutherland, Thrown Porcelain;
Alice Walton, Studio Ceramics.

Open all four weekends including Monday 30th May
11:00- 18:00
75 Stanmer Villas, Brighton. BN1 7HN

The Dragonfly House

The Dragonfly House is part of the 'Beyond the Level' trail, number 8 in the guide.
An eclectic mix of familiar and new artists' and makers' work displayed within this fascinating, award winning, Victorian house. I will be joined by:

Marc Bonnel - Frames,
Angie Meaden-Bonnel - Ink drawings,
Davina Dunn - Jewellery,
Ben Gubb - Paintings,
Jan Irvine - Jewellery,
Kathy Laird - Ceramics,
Stacey Manser-Knight - Ceramics,
Fred Pipes - Prints,
Vanessa Rattray - Prints,
Jane Sampson Screen prints,
Anna Tilson - Mosaics,
Tanja Ufer - Jewellery,
Alice Walton - Ceramics,
plus some more arty surprises!

Open all four saturdays and sundays in May.
12:00- 18:00
48 Ditchling Rise, Brighton. BN1 4QN

Brighton Open Houses News

I will be showing work in 3 open houses over the Brighton Festival. Over 250 houses open their doors to the public for a mass open exhibition across the city. Come my work over May, open every Saturday and Sunday. Specifics to follow...