Portable Pillow

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“Portable Pillow” is an exhibition of woodfired work from the Bizen and Shigaraki kilns, being held at Troy Town Pottery in Hoxton, London N1 6SH. The Harlequin Gallery is holding the exhibition at Troy Town, in conjunction with the pottery … Continued

Plumstead Open Studios

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Although I have organised Plumstead Open Studios since 2016, this is the first year that the Harlequin Gallery has actually taken part. Traditionally held over the first weekend in September, this year sees over 47 artists exhibiting in 24 venues … Continued

Ursula Mommens – Form and Function

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During the time that I staged exhibitions of potters’ current work at the Harlequin Gallery in Greenwich, Ursula Mommens was one of my best-selling artists. She attracted many collectors from around the country, including the legendary, Bill Ismay. Bill, whose … Continued

Towards Abstraction: Abstract Ceramics

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The ceramics in this exhibition, beginning on Monday 14th September 2020, are moving towards the abstract, when compared to those in the last exhibition. Having said that the art historian, Herbert Reed, stated over 80 years ago that “pottery is … Continued