These beautiful sculptures, Pilgrim Shells, can be found at the Jinney Ring craft centre, Hanbury in their wonderfully inviting sculpture trail which is open until the 30th September 2018.
Echoes (Pilgrim Shells)
Ancient inscriptions etched in time, these shells remind us that each story is unique. The intricate markings and the gentle whisperings reveal how far they have come. Yet, the story is not complete; how did they get to this place, to this time? Take courage, seek, listen…. carefully. You may find that these shells mark another’s journey. You may find they inspire yours.
The All Fired Up exhibition at Worcester Cathedral is nearly upon us. Be sure to visit the Dean's chapel between 4th - 28th August for your chance to experience first hand these wonderfully enigmatic pieces created by nationally renowned ceramist Hazel Thomson.
Hazel's work was selected by an independent panel and will be featured alongside fifteen other potters for the duration of Worcester's Arts Festival 2018.
3rd - 29th August 2018 - All Fired Up 2
Midland Potters Association Exhibition, Deans Chapel, Worcester Cathedral
Phil Thomson reviews the highs and lows of the project, and will be sharing details of the plan for the autumn... Watch this space.
Visit Ragley Hall this coming weekend to see Hazel's gorgeous fairy bowl collection first hand.
Where: 1000 Trades Pub, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham.
When: 22nd March, 7.30pm - 10pm
What: An evening of poetry, music and film, where artists pitch in with an exciting mix of original performances and fresh ideas. Tonight, music from The Trail of Thomas Love, songs from Kate Wells & Jess Webberley, the soundscapes of Tom Tebby & Mike Dring with synethesia drawing from Diggery; spoken word from Phil Thomson, John Wright and satirist Vincent Gould – and moving image from ESBÉ, with a rare outing for Sellotape Cinema. Fast paced, full of risk and revelation. Free.