Time on my hands – Covid 19 part 3

From Monday 26th April, the studio will be open to visitors again but only by appointment to begin with. I would like to take it slowly after a year of so little face to face interaction, can’t take too much excitement all at once. Please do contact me beforehand if you’d like to visit. A…

Lockdown life on the Isle of Skye

Lockdown life on the Isle of Skye, doesn’t seem very different from life as normal.  At least not in the daily routines and pace of life. Meeting people for a blether doesn’t happen often in the best of times, we’re at the top of a steep road and gossip doesn’t flow uphill! The Postie still…

From the Isle of Skye to Venice

From one watery world to another, thanks to an obsession with clay. I am not long home from visiting Venice for the second time in my life. The first was 30 years ago with a friend from art school. I never forgot the experience. Silent waterways, Piazza San Marco flooded and empty, a gondolier singing…

Shiny new kiln

18 years ago I returned to potting, and myself and my non-potting partner built a raku kiln from an old oil drum. I thought it would do whilst I worked out what I wanted to make and how I wanted to fire. Castro kiln has finally been retired and put out to graze, there he…

Craft Potters Association

Craft Potters Association selected membership Patricia became a selected member of the Craft Potters Association in 2015 CPA website