|When:||Sunday, , 10:00- 16:00|
|Where:||Mundford Village Hall|
John Wheeldon was born in the Derbyshire Dales where his family have lived for generations, and where he still lives. He is acutely aware of its industrial past being the birth place of the industrial revolution. For several years John has been developing an interest in the history of 18c ceramics. In 2013 John moved away from decorative Raku and looked afresh at what he was making and try to incorporate some of the elements of that period. Putting this research to use in his own work has meant John has produced specialist tools such as roulettes and handle dies based on originals in museum collections. Referencing the forms and techniques of the eighteenth century Creamware and using fresh, modern colours a contemporary take on 18c tableware.
For more information, please visit: http://www.johnwheeldonceramics.co.uk
If you would like to book and pay online, please use the form below. If you are booking as a member of one of our Institution members, please can you book as an Associate so that we can keep track of who is coming from where! If you would rather book by post, pleae download the form from here and send to Trudy, with a cheque payable to Anglian Potters.
Lunch. Bring your own, or join in with the ‘pot luck lunch’. Bring a plate of food to share, enough for four portions, either savoury, salad or cake, put your contribution on the table when you arrive. Cold food only please. We still need volunteers to take the cling film etc. off shortly before lunch and to set up the urns and cups for tea and coffee (so people can help themselves). Cakes will still be served at teatime.
Queries about lunches, please contact Trudy at email email@example.com
Directions - Mundford is at the junction of the A134 and A1065, north of Thetford. Village Hall - IP26