EWELME Pottery is open to the public for the 15th consecutive yearÂ of the Oxfordshire
EWELME Pottery is open to the public for the 15th consecutive year of the Oxfordshire Artweeks Fetstival.
Harriet Coleridge, who runs the pottery, makes a wide variety of pieces, including fish, birdbaths, giant bowls and bottles, tiles, large jars and pebbles as well as a complete range of tableware. She works in stoneware and porcelain with a variety of glazes.
There will be a gazebo full of bargains which will be sold in aid of Compassion in World Farming.
This year there will be four other artists exhibiting with her, John Parrey, Mary Lowry, Anne Payton and Anne Arlidge.
Mr Parrey makes carved fish and birds in oak, Mrs LowryÂ weaves scarves and shawls in coloured silk,Â Mrs Payton captures the movement of horses, particularly polo ponies, and Mrs Arlidge makes pieces in glass.
Rachel Siegfried, of Green and Gorgeous, will decorate the studio with flowers.
Tea and cakes will be for sale in the garden, which overlooks Ewelme church, in aid of War Child.
The pottery will be open daily until May 22 from 11am to 6pm.