I’d love you to join me to celebrate the opening of my new pottery studio.
The details of the event are as follows:
Location: Furzebrook Studios, 52 Furzebrook Road, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5AX
Date: Sunday, 26th November 2017
Time: 12pm – 4pm
There will be a team of helpers serving tea, coffee, cake, mulled wine & mince pies throughout the event for you to enjoy.
Additional open studios
I share the building with 5 other artists who will also be opening their studios for you to explore. There is a mixture of ceramics, art, printmaking, silver/gold jewellery and a scenic model maker.
The foyer houses a good selection of my work for sale – perfect for getting some Christmas presents! The other artists will also have a range of beautifully made hand-crafted items for you to purchase. In addition, the people who attend my pottery classes and Julie Herring’s art classes will also be showing a selection of their pottery and art.
There will be a raffle with many fantastic prizes, including a voucher of £75 (to be spent on a sculpture of your choice from my ceramics collection).
I have a very ugly fish that I made some time ago that desperately needs a home! So, for a bit of fun and for the ugly fish to find a new home, I will be selling it to the highest bidder!
We’ll also be having ‘Tom Pointer’ singing for us. Tom is a recording artist who takes influence from musicians such as Alabama Shakes, James Bay and D’Angelo. Lovely
Continue along the A351 towards Corfe Castle. You’ll come to the Stoborough roundabout with signposts to Blue Pool, take the third exit towards Blue Pool. It’s the 2nd right just a few hundred yards from the roundabout.
Travel through Corfe Castle and continue along the A351 towards Wareham. You’ll come to the Stoborough roundabout with signposts to Blue Pool, take the first exit towards Blue Pool. It’s the 2nd right just a few hundred yards from the roundabout.
Whilst I’m extremely fortunate to have lots of car parking space, unfortunately, due to the driveway being single track, we can’t use the car park for this event. However, there’s loads of parking along the roadside directly outside of the premises which is totally ok to use.
I really hope you can come, hopefully, see you there!