Tuesday, May 17

On Their Way to Kent.

Some work just out of the kiln, already packed up in boxes and on it's way south.



A close up of the fish box.


These huts are the net drying huts found along the harbours.


Inside the thrown part of the ceramic.


Crown of huts.


The little seagull icon Alan puts on a landscape sculpture.

9 comments:

  1. that's a really beautiful piece of work, looks lovely

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  2. thanks Niamb...I hope they do well down in Kent..It's a new gallery so you never know!

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  3. This is, I think, the best work I've seen displayed here yet. Quite lovely.

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  4. Gerry these are wonderful - I've never seen anything like this before - your pieces must be so unique. I hope you have a lot of success with them down south.

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  5. those are gorgeous, really gorgeous!!!

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  6. a big thankyou to you all and yes They are a bit different! I ask Alan where his ideas come from and he just smiles and shrugs !!

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  7. Fantastic. In both senses - and that's a double compliment.

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  8. Oh I missed these! Fabulous!

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  9. Dave...what a great thing to say! It took me a while to get your meaning but I've passed it on to the potter...Alan.

    Natasha...you miss these and we miss you!

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