WPA celebrates 1001 followers…

Established in 1993, WPA has 400 members with the aim of connecting ceramicists throughout the South West. All members share an interest in handmade pottery or ceramic sculpture.  With 1001 instagram followers online, the WPA journey continues to extend to potters far and wide. The very first image posted on instagram in 2016 featured the work of guest potter Richard…

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Renowned sculptor Jim Robison inspires fellow ceramicists

Sculptor, ceramicist and author, Jim Robison shared his inspiration and joy with WPA members.  As a committed teacher with a passion for ceramics his demonstration on Saturday 6th March provided members with an insight into his influence, history and practice.  Click here to view his full gallery of work. Many more members have gained from the opportunity to connect with…

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WPA Members Exhibition – Devon Guild of Craftsmen

Westcountry Potters Members are exhibiting at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen. To 9 May, Riverside Gallery (online only until week beginning 12 April).

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DCPG Open Day Success

Westcountry Potters Association members join fellow potters from the Dacorum and Chiltern Potters Guild at their very first virtual Open Day on Saturday 13th March. A truly international feel to the day, potters enjoyed arts discussion, expert insights and studio tours.  The DCPG team hosted their annual POD (Potters Open Day) online and managed the technical challenge to dip in…

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Introducing our brand new website

Welcome to the brand new website of the Westcountry Potters Association.  A new look, improved functionality and features that enrich and enhance user experience aims to provide members and non-members with a dynamic and engaging experience. We welcome your feedback and invite you to e-mail the committee with your views on the new site.

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