A SANHS fund raising challenge to enable a manager and editor to work on the website.
From the 1st of August to the 7th November, and using the collections owned by SANHS as her inspiration, Fiona Holmes will create a pot a day.
Fiona has never thrown except in preparation for this challenge. She mainly focusses on managing the gallery and hand building with clay. As the daughter of Treston Holmes (a potter with over 40 years of experience) she has access to all of the equipment and a brilliant trainer. She is learning about the process as she goes along.
Follow her progress, be inspired by the amazing collections owned by SANHS, learn about the history of ceramics in Somerset and laugh at my journey!
Please donate and please share and tell others to donate. It is only through us earning money that we will be able to buy more time so that Louisa can manage the website. The society needs your help!
News update: When I post news here, it is transferred to the blog so that the information is not lost.
Day 49 have now made 100 pots.
Day 50 we have raised over £300 pounds.
We are open for Somerset Art Weeks so come and visit and look at the pottery! We are open every day from 11am – 6pm except Mondays. We have pottery, paintings and jewellery as well as the 100 pots exhibition. We are open from 21st September – October 6th 2019
David Dawson and I will be talking about ceramics and my journey on the 16th November at the Cotleigh Brewery.
Panorama of the 100 Pots exhibition during Somerset Art Weeks
This photograph shows all of the pots in situation.They will be on display for the next two weeks in the studio and then they will move to the gallery so that I can carry on working. We will not be glazing until after Somerset Art Weeks.
Gallery of the 100 pots
Fiona Holmes at work
Pictures from our collections
Fiona's Blog about the 100 pots in 100 days challenge
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