Author Archives: jigowatt

Art in Clay 2012

Despite the great British weather, the Olympic torch relay and the first British male tennis player reaching a Wimbledon final for 75 years, Art in Clay was a great success. Over 100 potters from across the world took over the grounds of Hatfield House displaying a rich variety of work. Online Ceramics spent two days […]

Emmanuel Cooper celebration

Online Ceramics was honoured to attend a celebration of the life and work of Emmanuel Cooper at the Royal College of Art. Emmanuel was a powerhouse of creativity. No only was he an outstanding potter, he was a writer, editor and teacher. He was one of the founding editors of Ceramic Review and wrote books […]

New work by Kevin de Choisy

The 11 new works by Kevin de Choisy available from Online Ceramics give you the widest variety of his work available anywhere on the web. Kevin is a long established Glastonbury based potter who noted for the quality of his glazes. Kevin only joined Online Ceramics last autumn and he soon became a firm favourite. […]

Emmanuel Cooper OBE 1938 – 2012

Emmanuel Cooper OBE, one of Online Ceramics first potters died on Saturday 21 January 2012. Emmanuel had a long and illustrious career, a potter, co-founder of Ceramic Review, writer, critic, teacher, mentor and friend. When researching the feasibility of establishing Online Ceramics, Emmanuel was one of the first potters Peter Ward discussed his ideas with. […]