Here is a short version of the film which will be featured on Monday in the Guardian newspaper website. If you miss it on Monday, it should then feature on their main website under their “Culture” section. I will be keep a close eye for it and post again then will full details.
We also take this opportunity to thank everyone who has “liked” the Maze Hill Pottery page on Facebook and all those who will in the future.
To view Lisa’s and other potters’ work on the Goldmark website, please follow this link: http://www.goldmarkart.com/ceramics.html. There are other interesting pottery films to watch as well as fine art prints and paintings.
The good thing about Goldmark’s is that you are encouraged to pick up the pots; you will be able to handle them and get a real feel for them. Pots are meant to be touched, they are made of earth after all, and have a tactile quality. They are not meant to just be looked at behind glass, they are crying out to be used, even the huge ones which may want some flowers put into them.