Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Lark Lane Pottery Exhibition-The First of Many, Maybe.

I was quite pleased to help to put together an exhibition of the amateur potters that work at the Lark Lane Pottery.
It was a short exhibition at Arts Hub 47 on the Lane.
 Though it was exhausting, well anything would be when some people turn up to an exhibition that they were not even invited to, not mentioning any David Backhouse.
That said,  I thought it went well and gave the ceramists a chance to see some of their wotk out of the constraints of a pottery workshop.
It was done on the tightest of budgets we even borrowed the columns from Hugh Baird who kindly helped with a loan.
 People made cakes and all round it was a success helped set up the display.
From little acorns and all that.
 I hope it inspires the potters on to bigger things een though it may be a hobby for some. Lets hope its the first of many. 

Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Lark Lane Pottery Group-Exhibiting at ARTS Hub 47.

Friday The 13th In Lark Lane this may be the first time many of the amateur artists have exhibited before.

The Private View is Friday and the exhibition will run for two weeks finishing Sunday 22nd

It is a pleasure to help to promote the work some of which would go largely unnoticed without a place to exhibit.

The Lark Lane Pottery run by John Parker is situated in The Old Police Station on Lark Lane.

John offers tutoring in a range of ceramic techniques

Instruction in a wide range of ceramic techniques including hand building and the potter’s wheel, in a well equipped studio.


7.00pm -9.00pm


10am 12.00am

1.00 -3.00pm

7.00pm -9.00pm


7.00pm -9.00pm


1.00 -3.00pm and 3.00 -5.00pm

Fee: £6 per 2 hour session

At SMLLCA. Entrance at 1st door, Sefton Grove.

This may be the start of a long-term relationship for the Pottery Group and ARTS hub 47 opening up avenues to sell their work.

Hope you can make it ARTS hub 47 have a late night Thursday