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Bartley Heath Pottery

The work of 3 potters. A wide range of ceramics. From mugs through sculptural pots to garden pieces.

Bartley Heath Pottery

Bartley Heath

North Warnborough

Hook

Hampshire

RG29 1HD

t: 01256 702163

e: mick_dixon@btconnect.com

w: www.bartleyheathpottery.com

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Work for sale from £5 - £500. Credit cards accepted.

This is a working studio. Visitors may see demonstrations of work. Groups up to 8 people welcome.

Google Map: Bartley Heath Pottery From Farnham take A287 towards M3 J5. At the roundabout at the end of Odiham bypass take last exit. Or enter Bartley Heath Pottery into Google Maps.

Place to eat: Derby Inn, Newlyns Farm Cafe. Bus service: 13, 408 5min walk.

Part of A287 Mini Trail.

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Days open [closed] June 2019

Times: 11am - 5pm (Thursday evenings: 6 - 8.30pm)

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Mick Dixon

Potter

I have worked full time as a potter since leaving Farnham Art School in 1966. I work mainly on the wheel using stoneware clay reduction fired in a gas kiln. The pots I make are mainly functual domestic ware with some one off large decorated pieces. I make my own glazes some using wood ash from our log burner.

t: 01256 702163

e: mick_dixon@btconnect.com

w: www.bartleyheathpottery.com

social media:

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Mick Dixon welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Mick Dixon, Hare Teapot

Hare Teapot

x 15cm stoneware with in-glaze painting

Lesley Dixon

Ceramicist

A visit to the caves at Lascaux in my teens gave me an interest in prehistoric art and the art of other cultures. I like the sense of history in standing stones and admire the intensity of feeling in small clay fertility figures. Currently I am making hand built boulder stacks and bird baths for the garden from heavily grogged clay. In contrast I am creating smaller pinched flint forms, highly polished and fired in a pit where they take on the subtle colours and surface markings made by the addition of organic materials.

t: 01256 702163

e: dixonlesley@btconnect.com

w: www.bartleyheathpottery.com

social media:

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Lesley Dixon welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Lesley Dixon, Boulder bird bath

Boulder bird bath

x 63cm stoneware clay

Gillian Waller

Ceramicist

I find inspiration from natural forms and the ceramics of the east. I have always loved the purity of form and subtle glazes of ancient Chinese porcelain. Porcelain slab pots are my latest obsession! I create them using a lightly grogged porcelain clay, managing the drying process very carefully over several days. They are decorated with a black slip on the outside and a shiny white stoneware glaze inside. Sometimes I overlay them with fine thin dancing stripes to counterbalance the strong geometric lines. I want them to engage the viewer.”

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Gillian Waller welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Gillian Waller, Zebra Jazz

Zebra Jazz

black slip on porcelain