The Art of Ikebana with Rie Day

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Join Ikebana teacher Rie Day as she works preparing Ken Matsuzki pots for the opening of a major exhibition. She demonstrates Free Style, one of the most recent styles to emerge from Ikenobo School in Kyoto, in conjunction with contemporary environments and tastes.Though there are naturalistic and abstract styles, both use plants in new ways, […]

Trimmings | Phil Rogers | A Tribute

Phil Rogers

Phil Rogers, who died late last year after a short illness, was one of Britain’s leading potters and advocates for his craft. His work is internationally respected and examples are held in the collections of more than 50 museums worldwide, including the V&A, the British Museum, the National Museum of Wales, the Art Gallery of […]

Trimmings | Working with a Gallery

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Danish potter Anne Mette Hjortshøj talks about her relationship with Goldmark Gallery and how this has liberated her as a potter allowing her time to concentrate on developing her craft. She describes how the gallery acts as a translator; distilling the essence of her craft and representing this in a meaningful way to the public. […]

Trimmings | BBC Strictly’s Richard Coles

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BBC Strictly Come Dancing’s Richard Coles is a Cleric, broadcaster, pop star, “dancer” and art and ceramics collector. Find out who his favourite potters are and why he loves visiting Goldmark Gallery.

Trimmings | A Brief History: ‘Tomobako’ Japanese Boxes

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In Japan ceramic pots are stored in signed wooden boxes, known as ‘Tomobako’, both for their protection and to display the provenance of the maker. Presented by British potter Phil Rogers and writer/art critic David Whiting, this video contains archive footage of Japanese potter Ken Matsuzaki signing boxes at his pottery in Japan as well […]