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Work is currently available at

  • Bevere Gallery, Worcester
  • Mary Maggs Gallery Broadway, Worcestershire
  • For Arts Sake,London
  • Studio Vault, Settle
  • Potters Gallery , Conwy

Forthcoming exhibitions

I would currently be showing work at Celerbrating Ceramics, at Waterperry, Oxford.

POTFEST in the Park is taking place!

I will again be participating in Potfest in the Park 2020, Hutton-in-the-Forest, Penrith, Cumbria. This event has moved from July to September 4th, 5th & 6th. Fri, Sat & Sun 10am – 5pm daily. A great day out.

Next showing work at the Oxford Ceramics Fair, St Edwards School, Oxford, October 2020

Philip Jolley & Rose Wallace

North Wall Gallery, South Parade, Oxford, OX2 7JN

in association with Oxfordshire Art Weeks

Wednesday 24th April to Friday 24th May 2013

Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm, Sat 12pm - 4pm, Sun 10pm-4pm

Craft Potters’ Association Members, Philip Jolley and Rose Wallace unite to explore ‘The Past’ as a notion. This theme is deeply embedded in the core of their ceramic practice; however, both express distinctly different methods in inspiration, creation and outcome. This selling exhibition highlights the similarities and contrasts in their approach.

Philip Jolley

Recent pieces have evolved from the use of layers and colour and he is still very much interested in hidden detail and surface quality. For Philip, the suggestion of what might have once been and archaeological finds and remains, with their contrast in materials and surfaces, is most interesting.
“The pieces are meant to be touched, their tactile quality and surface contrasts are an integral part of the final intention.”

Rose Wallace

Rose is based at Magdalen Road Studios, her work references traditional Staffordshire mantelpiece ornaments; these unique ceramic figures are crafted from casts of contemporary packaging and discarded domestic ephemera. “Quietly narrative, they capture the minutiae of modern life.”