We regret that since 2014
the Oakwood Gallery no longer hosts exhibitions in the Thoresby
We do however take part as an exhibitor at Art in Clay. The dates
for this year's "Art in Clay" are 19th, 20th & 21st
August 2016. If you visit the event do pop in the Hans Coper marquee
and say hello.
Contemporary English Slipware
26th October - 3rd November
Doug's second major solo exhibition with
of the Fire
Anagama Fired Ceramics
- 17th March
This is the Oakwood Gallery's first exhibition featuring
exclusively work for in the anagama tradition. We are delighted
to have works by five of the very best makers working in this demanding
discipline. We are particularly pleased to have work by Bruce &
Estelle Martin of New Zealand taking part.
Ilkun Chun & Michael Posner
- 29th October
It is the first time that we have shown Michael Posner and Ikun
Chun at the Oakwood Gallery's exhibitions at the Thoresby Gallery.
Michael produces stoneware, he has researched and developed oil
spot glazes. Ikun Chun's pots are both stoneware and porcelain.
Please click on the title to view examples of work and to read more
about each potter.
Malone NEW WORK
Show Cases by
Steve Booton & Rachel Wood
- 7th May
We are delighted to be exhibiting Jim Malone's major exhibition
of 2012. All the works will be new work warm from the kiln.
As a bonus for our visitors we will again as with our 2011 exhibitions
be having a showcase . We first did this with our Peter Swanson
exhibition exhibiting a small selection of pots by Richard Heeley.
This showcase concept proved to be popular with our visitors. So
we are again doing a show case, this time showing two very talented
makers, Steve Booton and Rachel Wood.
in the Glorious English Country Tradition
19th November - 27th November
A first major solo
exhibition by Doug Fitch. Doug's earthenware is a wonderful evocation
of the English Country Pottery tradition that Bernard Leach writes
of. By 1920 most of the Country Potteries had disappeared and it
was the work of potter's like Michael Cardew that kept the flame
burning. Doug is a continuation of Michael Cardew effots, developing
his own distinctive voice and now producing mature contemporary
earthenware firmly rooted in our Glorious English Tradition.
Swanson (Solo Exhibition)
8th October - 16th October
We are thrilled to be back at Thoresby
Gallery after a break of 18 months, and who better to start our
new exhibition program than Peter Swanson. Peter's work continues
to excite with new forms and further development of more refined
glazes derived from wood ashes. This exhibition sees a new batch
of used thatch ash over locally sourced red ochre, wonderful temoku
and use of pours and drips.
Thoresby Gallery Information
about the Thoresby Gallery, the venue
for our exhibitions can be found
by clicking HERE