I am happy to have been selected for 3 Ceramic Fairs this Summer.
First up is Potfest Scotland, set in the wonderful grounds of Scone Palace, Perth, the home of the Stone of Destiny, the crowning site of former Scottish kings.
June 7th – 9th 2019
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday
10am – 5pm daily.
Adults £5-50 (includes admission to gardens)
Accompanied children free. Free parking. Refreshments on site.
For more info you can view the website here www.potfest.co.uk
Next up is Earth and Fire, 21st, 22nd, 23rd June. 10-5pm
Earth and Fire International Ceramic Fair is one of the country's premier ceramic events The fair takes place on the Welbeck Estate, Nottingham, which houses The Harley Gallery, The Portland Collection and an array of artist studios.
Earth & Fire showcases over 135 potters from across the UK and mainland Europe who come to sell direct to the public from outdoor market stalls, selling everything from garden sculptures, to bowls, pie dishes, teapots, mugs, plates and egg cups.
The event attracts collectors, gallery owners, enthusiasts and the general public alike, who flock to Earth & Fire to meet and talk to the potters. There is also a comprehensive program of demonstrations throughout the weekend. You can find out more info at the website www.earthandfire.co.uk
You can also get a quick tour of last years show here youtu.be/GXuiMcMyfxc
Last up is Potfest in the Park July 26th-28th 2019
Over 100 exhibitors invited from all over Europe and beyond. All with very distinctive individual styles, all passionate about working with clay.
The venue, Hutton-in-the-Forest, is a cultural destination in itself with it’s historic house, walled garden, topiary terraces and woodland walks. The ceramics festival takes place in and around marquees in front of the castle, with the potters special competition pieces on the lawn
Fri, Sat & Sun 10am – 5pm daily
Adults £6-50 (includes admission to gardens)
Accompanied children free. Free parking.
Refreshments on site. Picnic area.
Well-behaved dogs on leads welcome.
Please be aware that many of the exhibitors are unable to process credit card transactions, and the nearest cash machines are six miles away in Penrith.