Author Archives: jigowatt

Showcase in Peterborough

John Pollex slipware

Art in the Heart is a Peterborough gallery that specialises in work by local artists. Online Ceramics is please to announce that they now have a showcase in the gallery featuring work by four Online Ceramic artists. Peter Ward, Online Ceramics owner said, ‘This opportunity came about because Art in the Heart makes it a […]

New potter and new pots

Jeremy Nichols holding teapot

Because we love the well-balanced aeronautical shapes produced by Jeremy Nichols, we approached him over two years ago to join Online Ceramics. We finally arranged to visited Jeremy at his studio in June and selected 12 teapots, coffee pots and other salt glazed vessels. They have now been added to the Online Ceramics Galley and are […]

Easter in south Wales

Walter Keeler

Despite the Bank Holiday traffic, Online Ceramics managed to visit Walter Keeler and Geoffrey Swindell, over Easter. Both potters work from home, Keeler in Penallt, a small village close to Monmouth on the English/Welsh boarder and Swindell on the outskirts of Cardiff. We were very light on both potters work. Keeler had a busy twelve […]

Australian tour

Vicki Grima, Journal of Australian Ceramics editor

Whilst visiting Sydney, Peter Ward from Online Ceramics met up with Vicki Grima, editor of the Journal of Australian Ceramics, at the Four Seasons Hotel. This time last year Online Ceramics supplied over 160 pots to the Four Seasons Hotel to form a permanent collection. Peter gave Vicki a tour of the work that represents […]

Challenges ahead

Richard Godfrey holding his ceramic sculpture

Richard Godfrey is a truly inspirational potter who always challenges preconceptions about what can be done with clay. Renowned for fun and quirky brightly decorated functional wares, Richard spent much of 2013 producing a brand new line of slab built forms. Peter Ward, owner of the Online Ceramics Gallery said, ‘I was really pleased to […]