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Richard Wilson Demonstration and SCG AGM
20 January at 10:00 am - 4:00 pmFree
The next SCG demonstration with Richard Wilson will incorporate our AGM. To encourage attendance, the registration fee for SCG members is waived. Please register for this event using the attached form.
Richard Wilson will be talking about his life as a potter, and demonstrate making and decorating of his work.
Richard was born and brought up in Norwich, and has been making pots since the early 1970s. After studying for two years at Great Yarmouth College of Art, he worked from 1974 to 1980 at Le Dieu Pottery in Norwich before spending 3 years in Australia and New Zealand, and a further five in Germany, working with many potters using different techniques, in particular woodfired saltglazes.
Whilst in Germany, Richard spent some time with potters whose work drew from Eastern European designs, and has himself been especially inspired by Hungarian and Romanian slipware from the 1800s. He has also been strongly influenced by the Cardew tradition of English country pottery, having spent some months working at Wenford Bridge in the 1980s, learning about the strengths and subtleties of Cardew’s work.
Recently his work has explored colour and abstract patterns in strong forms that capture the ebb and flow of the sea and the landscape of South West Dorset.
His studio is at unit 1, George St, West Bay, Bridport DT6 4EL
As a member of several pottery associations including Professional Member of the Craft Potters Association and ex chairman of the West Country Potters Association, he has been selected over the years for many cermamic fairs here in England and in Europe.
Richard’s work is sold in many galleries in the UK from Scotland to Cornwall and also the Caribbean.
To view Richard’s work, please visit his web site www.rwilson-ceramics.co.uk
Registration is Free for members, £25 for their guest.
The SCG AGM will take place during the Lunch break (agenda to follow) Catering arrangements Coffee, tea and biscuits will be available on the day.
Please bring a contribution to an American Supper style lunch, as well as your own crockery
Contact phone no:
SCG membership no:
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BACS Account: Southern Ceramic Group Bank: Lloyds A/c no: 26954360 Sort code: 30 90 34 Reference: R Wilson YourName
Cheques should be made payable to Southern Ceramic Group and posted (with a printed copy of the completed registration form) to:
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