I create everyday pots reflecting my surroundings in Argyll. I layer up locally found clay slip, coloured clay and glaze to form abstract shorelines & hills.
Sea Drift Pottery is my working studio space where I create my ceramics on the pottery wheel. I use a range of durable stoneware clays to make everyday ware in contemporary forms. I want to reflect in my finished work both my surroundings and my travels to the Scottish islands, keeping it simple and a bit absract so you see your own favourite places reflected there.
At the open studios weekend I share the space with Karen Kormucu giving you a chance to see pottery and linocut printing in one studio. Demonstratioins will run all weekend.
The pottery studio is a busy place throughout the year, hosting two regular classes a week plus a monthly pottery wheel taster session. There is also the oportunity to book 1-2-1 lessons on the pottery wheel or book in your own small group for a private class.
You can find my pottery for sale at a number of galleries across Scotland. Please see my website for details.
Enter Holy Loch Marina, go straight ahead towards the reception office. Before the office you turn left and my studio is on the left. Park behind the office.
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Opening hours:Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 5pm
Monday 10am - 5pm