Wednesday, December 12, 2012

The Manx Museum Gallery Shop

 
I know that mug, nice one Manx Tails!
New stockist The Manx Museum Gallery Shop

Firing on all "cylinders"

 It's been a struggle but the kiln is firing again - phew.
Why is it when a part breaks, it's 
always the hardest bit to get to?
The faulty element was in the bottom section 
which meant taking the whole thing apart.


Some of the first pots to come out were the new 
Manx tartan/landscape storage jars.

Available at Mostly Manx and The Isle Gallery Tynwald Mills.




Cocoa Red

Baby it's cold outside!

Warm up with Cocoa Red's new hot chocolate mugs
by Faye Christian Ceramics (shameless plug!)



Monday, November 26, 2012

Bad day at the office.




This was a kiln element, now it's a puddle...

The kiln has been out of action for a little while 
and it's going to be a little while longer before 
a new element can be made and delivered.
Don't panic I will be firing again before christmas
but just not this week!

Friday, August 17, 2012

Manx Tartan Pottery


My new sugar pots use a combination of all my 
most popular glazes. Together they make all the colours of the 
manx landscape and traditional manx tartan.

blue for the sky, purple for the heather, yellow for the gorse,
 green for the hills and speckles of white for the crofts 

Tartan Pots
Made with real Tartan Glaze!


Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

See you at the Queenie Festival!


30th June and 1st July Port St Mary quay.
It's going to be fantastic, come and join us.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Winter Beachcombing

 It's amazing what you find
on Peel beach in January

 



Aequipecten Opercularis (I hope that means Queenie)
 on thrown black clay bowl


Monday, January 23, 2012

Monday, January 9, 2012

Love Hearts Storage Jars



On display at Garretts Gallery
21st January  to 29th February
Unit 11, Kirby Farm Industrial Estate
Vicarage Road, Braddan, Isle of Man.





Three Legs on Pots


Feeling a bit glad to be on the Isle of Man today
as the low January sun broke into the studio, it lit up the new 
Three Legs of Man pots fresh from the kiln... ooh shiny!