Contemporary Studio Ceramics 2023 11 November to 17 December 2023

Contemporary Studio Ceramics 2023 - Bulbous White Fishtail Rim (HR6)
Contemporary Studio Ceramics 2023 - Curved Jade Vessel (HR2)
Contemporary Studio Ceramics 2023 - Jade Teardrop (HR4)
Contemporary Studio Ceramics 2023 - Large White Teardrop (HR1)

11 Nov - 21 Dec 2023
This is our final exhibition of the year, featuring the work of five incredible artists: two exhibiting with Sculpt Gallery for the first time, and one of whom is making a welcome come-back to the gallery.

But first, we are delighted to announce that after years of perfecting her craft and exhibiting at Sculpt Gallery and leading venues throughout the country, MOIRA GOODALL is now a Selected Member of the Craft Potters' Association (CPA), placing her in the top tier of UK contemporary ceramicists. We congratulate Moira on this tremendous achievement, and are proud to be exhibiting some of her latest firings. If you haven't yet acquired one of her beautiful pots, now is the time!

KATHARINA KLUG'S pots are individually thrown in porcelain on the potter's wheel and then decorated by hand with spontaneous linear strokes or graphic patterns using her home-made wax crayons. She is a prominent member of the CPA, collected and exhibited internationally.

We are also thrilled to exhibit for the first time, the work of celebrated artists, PAUL WEARING and HELEN RONDELL, both long-standing Selected Members of the CPA. Paul's pots feature in leading museum and public collections, and are instantly recognisable for their textured landscape qualities. Helen's raku-fired sculptural pieces are all hand-built, evolving into unique rounded forms which flow around openings, throw shadows and explore negative space.

And last but certainly not least, we are delighted to welcome back DAVID MILLIDGE to the gallery. His fantastical figurative sculptures are guaranteed to widen your eyes and add some gloss to the show. We will be exhibiting some of his latest work, alongside pieces which are representative of his incredible output over the past few years.

Open Saturdays 11:00 - 4:00. Weekdays by arrangement.

You can browse and buy highlights of the exhibition online from 12 November. We kindly request (where possible) that purchases are permitted to remain in the exhibition until early December.

If you would like to join us for the Opening/Preview on Saturday 11 November, 2-4pm, please RSVP to