Anglian Potters kick off spring with a new online exhibition
The Anglian Potters Spring Exhibition will run from Friday 23rd April to Friday 14th May 2021
After the huge successes of their autumn and Christmas online exhibitions, which saw over £15,000-worth of sales, and their inaugural online exhibition earlier in 2020, Anglian Potters are now preparing for their fourth digital showing. The organisation of local potters and ceramic artists, which has a 40-year history of exhibiting in the region, has temporarily swapped its popular live shows for an online presence, having developed a bespoke exhibition website to showcase members’ work. Here you will find an exciting range of ceramics, from dinnerware to sculpture, fun gifts to fine art, with a range of prices to suit every budget. Do take a look and find you own piece of unique hand-crafted ceramic art or decorative but functional ware, and support local makers at the same time.
The online format has allowed expansion beyond East Anglia with sales made all over the country and, indeed, the world.
Interested members of the public can sign up to the Anglian Potters mailing list (email@example.com ) to be notified of events such as this in advance and be amongst the first to be there at the launch. In previous online exhibitions, some of the most sought-after pieces were sold soon after the show opened, so this is a great way to avoid missing out on that perfect item.
Purchases can be made securely via card payment or PayPal and all prices include UK delivery. Of course, visitors are reminded that all the work is handmade and unique – when it’s gone, it’s gone! However, return visits are advised throughout the show, as the stock will be updated and renewed as pots leave to be admired in their new homes.
Visit now: anglianpottersexhibition.com
Background: Anglian Potters is a long-standing pottery membership organisation based in East Anglia. It currently has almost 500 members, including ceramics enthusiasts, ceramic artists and potters. Historically meeting regularly to learn, inspire and encourage, with well-attended demonstrations at Mundford village hall given by a selection of well-known potters, the group has adapted to recent events with a switch to online meetings via Zoom. Members have been able to stay in touch and support each other, share creative challenges and forge new friendships. Recently, members enjoyed an online talk, demonstration and Q&A session with The Great Pottery Throw Down’s Keith Brymer Jones.
Although currently looking forward to gradual easing of restrictions, the Anglian Potters plan to maintain their online connections, providing additional meeting opportunities for members across this large geographical area even after the crisis has passed.
Ian Vance – Exhibitions Organiser 07771 948874 firstname.lastname@example.org
John Masterton – Chairman 07875 341900 email@example.com