Ned Ludd on fri 18 apr 03
Sherry, I can think of at least two Londons, an ocean apart, that are
home to clayarters. Which country are you thinking of?
>I teach elementary art at a school in Atlanta, Ga. I will be in
>London/area May 30-June 11/faculty summer sabbatical. Plan is to visit a
>few schools/ceramic education, galleries and museums/ceramics, and would
>like to visit ceramic studios to meet potters, see their work, take photos
>of experiences. Information collected will aid in annual school exhibit I
>am initiating, "Walker's Colossal Clay Experience."
>Am interested in hearing from anyone in London/very close surrounding areas
>who could offer suggestions on the above plans. Will be traveling with my
>daughter,19. Will appreciate your responses.
Sherry Walker-Taylor on sat 19 apr 03
Apologies to all. I will be in London, England, for my short summer
sabbatical, May 30-June 11.
Looking for information, suggestions about schools/ceramics to visit,
galleries/ceramics that would be worthwhile to visit, ceramics studios
that might be open to the public.
It was my first posting to this website. Nervous, excited, all that.
Now, can't believe I'm actually hearing from people. So cool!
Hank Murrow on sat 19 apr 03
On Saturday, April 19, 2003, at 10:02 AM, Sherry Walker-Taylor wrote:
> I will be in London, England, for my short summer
> sabbatical, May 30-June 11.
> Looking for information, suggestions about schools/ceramics to visit,
> galleries/ceramics that would be worthwhile to visit, ceramics studios
> that might be open to the public.
The greatest collection of old British pottery used to be held in the
Guild Hall. Now, I understand that the collection has been moved to the
Museum of London. Harry Davis just loved these old tankards, pitchers,
plates, etc. for their honest answering of daily need. I found this
Cheers, Hank in Eugene