Future Exhibitions

John Pollex is one of Britain`s foremost potters collected by important ceramic collectors internationally. His work is highly coloured although he is working in the traditional slipware methods for which Devon is well known. This gallery has shown his work for more than 30 years and this exhibition shows the ever-evolving style of John Pollex`s work. His first exhibition here was in 1988.

John Pollex is a great admirer of Howard Hodgkin, Patrick Heron and Ben Nicholson and references can be seen in many pots.


The exhibition is open from Friday 28th of May from 10am till 7pm though we are unable to have a full open evening due to current                                   restrictions. Numbers will be limited at any one time.

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Previous Exhibitions

In October 2019 we will be holding an exhibition of work by Elaine Peto.  The open evening is on Friday October 18th and all ceramics enthusiasts are welcome to join us and Elaine between 6pm and 9pm.

Elaine is known for her stunningly detailed sculptures of animals.  To see more of her beuatiful work, please click       


She will be adding to our gallery pieces with new work for the show.

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Ross Emerson - May 2019

In May 2019 we hosted an exhibition by Ross Emerson.

Some pieces from the exhibition are available to view under the 'Ross Emerson' section.


Blue and White Exhibition - October 2018

A collaboration of ceramicists, including Ross Emerson, Tydd Pottery, Jenny Southam and Vanessa Conyers came together to exhibit all pots that are blue and white.

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   'Jennie Hale: New Ceramics'

            May 2018

Raku sculptures of birds and mammals, inspired by creatures from the woodlands and moors - the natural world in which Jennie is an expert and an adventurer.

She also created depictions of wildlife on fabulous earthenware jugs, bowls, vases and other pieces.

Jennie has become a valued regular contributer to our gallery collection and we have several pieces constantly in stock.

Photography by Louise Darby

May/June 2017:

Maureen Minchin


Back in 2017 we were lucky enough to have a selection of Maureen Minchin's beautiful ceramics.