Unique wheel thrown porcelain and stoneware ‘watergrass’ vases, jugs and teapots, whimsical ‘shoal’ mugs and bowls, each unique. Sculptural collared vessels with textural details and banded jewel colour decoration.
Public preview Friday 14th April 6-9pm
Exhibiting in 2023
York ceramicist Pamela Thorby has swapped her musician's life for a new path in craftsmanship, making and firing her unique wheel thrown and hand built ceramics in her own studio and running the nearby Nunnington Pottery. Playing with gesture, rhythm and form, Pamela's development as a maker continues with a body of sculptural and functional work reflecting her improvisational and imaginative abilities in her former career as a distinguished musician.pamelathorby.com
15 Finsbury Avenue,
The venue can be also accessed from the river walk. Walk from the city centre until you pass, or cross the Millennium Bridge, a few hundred yards further on you will see a cut through the hedge on your right, this brings you to Reginald Grove. Turn immediately right through the pedestrian walkway and the venue is on your right.
There are steps from the pavement into the venue