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Ten Pots with Ten Prints and Ten Books for Ten Years

Limited edition etching ‘Small Mugs’ by Hannah McAndrew. One of these and a limited edition commemorative book of photographs to accompany each of the following pots. The pots in the images to follow are from my latest wood firing. This … Continue reading ?

Corsock Christmas Craft Fair

Christmas begins at the Corsock Christmas Craft Fair Sunday December 1st, 11am till 3pm, Corsock Village Hall Slip Trail Tree Decoration by Hannah McAndrew available at MadeByHandOnline and Corsock Craft Fair Baskets by Geoff Forest Silver Jewellery, Hand Crafted Glass, … Continue reading ?

Beautiful Baluster Jugs

Brill/Boarstall ware, Buckinghamshire Early – mid 13th century AD Ashmolean Museum Slip Trail Wood Fired Baluster Jugs Hannah McAndrew. 2012 Image by Colin J.Tennant. Baluster Jug 1270 – 1340 AD British Museum Doug Fitch Slipware Baluster Jug Image by Jonathan … Continue reading ?

Hannah McAndrew Slipware Potter My Day 16th August 2012

Well I unpacked the glaze kiln after the power cut firing. Flip my glazes like a 4 hour soak so they do. Damn! Runny black slip, so tasty. Spent the day packing up pots in my newly acquired banana boxes. … Continue reading ?

"After Ai Weiwei"

Title: "After Ai Weiwei".Photography: Phil McMenemy.From collaborative exhibition between Phil McMenemy and Hannah McAndrew, "Still Movement" at Gracefield Arts Centre. 2011.

Hannah McAndrew "UUM"

(this mug looks gigantic but though it is big isn't as bucket sized as it looks in this picture) So it's the end of the first week back at work, it's flown around, before I know it it'll be June and then December and I'll be saying where...Show More Summary

Exotic consumables on Cape Cod

This post is mostly for Doug Fitch and Hannah McAndrew of England and Scotland, who were the first potters we took to the UK section of the Stop&Shop, our local supermarket, when they visited in the spring. While there this morning,Show More Summary

The McAndrew Influence

Clear glaze over black slip over white slip. Cone 6 firing. Dee Dee joined us for the big workshop this spring and, using the leftover slips, she is finding her own way with the slip trailer, inspired by the magic that Hannah showed us with hers. Very exciting! Racoon Family out for a stroll in the middle of town in the middle of the day.

"The Potter and the Painter" opens next week

Any regular reader of this blog could be excused for thinking nothing has happened here for the past month other than the slipware workshop with UK potters Doug Fitch and Hannah McAndrew. And that is largely true. But just before they arrived, I dry-stacked my gas kiln and then left it alone for a couple of weeks. Show More Summary

Left behind by Hannah McAndrew

We here at Hatchville Pottery think that our young kitten/cat Cleo took Hannah seriously last week when she said she wanted to take Cleo back to Scotland. She appears to be missing both Doug Fitch and Hannah, after they bonded with her over five days living with us last week. Show More Summary

The Brits are on the road

Visiting potters Doug Fitch and Hannah McAndrew are even now on the road with Dan Finnegan and Australian blogger-potter Angela Walford, somewhere between Cape Cod and Fredericksburg, Va. The people attending next weekend's slipware workshop in Fredericksburg and the following weekend in Shelby, NC, are in for a treat. Show More Summary

McAndrew and Fitch in their first day at Falmouth

A great day today at Falmouth High School. Doug and Hannah are natural entertainers and pottery educators. I won't write much tonight. Let the photos tell the story. Suffice to say that the workshop participants in Fredericksburg, Va., and Shelby, NC, have a treat in store for them. Show More Summary

Roaming potters' first day in the USA

This was the day for visiting potters Hannah McAndrew and Doug Fitch to get to know Cape Cod a bit. The day started at Coffee Obsession in Falmouth, with tea and croissants and new friends. Bruce, Mary, Betsy and Janet showed up. Janet...Show More Summary

Fully conscious and on American soil!

Doug Fitch and Hannah McAndrew arrived safely in Boston this afternoon, after a slightly shaky flight from Heathrow in London. I was there with our friend Tammy Race to meet the two potters. We gave them a drive-by tour of Boston asShow More Summary

UK Potters tour is coming together

Doug Fitch and Hannah McAndrew touch down on U.S. soil April 5 at Logan Airport in Boston, a few days before the first of three workshops on Cape Cod, in Virginia and in North Carolina. I am apparently the welcoming committee and will be there to greet them and bring them to Cape Cod. Show More Summary

English Slipware Workshop

4 years agoArts / Ceramics : Clay Club

English slipware potters, Doug Fitch and Hannah McAndrew will be giving a one day workshop in Shelby, NC on April 23rd, 2011. Cost: $85 Information and Registration can be found : http://dougandhannahworkshop. blogspot.com/

The British Are Coming!!!

OK kids, it's time to mark those calendars and make a date to join us as we spend a weekend with these two masters of red clay, Hannah McAndrew and Doug Fitch ! You can join us here in Virginia...or with Hollis and the Cape Cod Potters in Massachusetts to the north of us, or with Ron in North Carolina (which is, of course, south of us). Show More Summary

British slipware potters workshop on Cape Cod

British potters Hannah McAndrew and Doug Fitch (whose blogs are available in the roll of blogs on the right of this page) bring their 21st century take on traditionally decorated slipware pottery to the U.S. in April. On the weekendShow More Summary

Hannah Mc Andrew: Big Fan

Who? Hannah McAndrew! That's who! Congratulations and shout outs go to Hannah McAndrew of Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway for being the 300th follower/fan of the blog! I know Hannah has been reading the blog for quite a while, now, for she has left numerous comments. Show More Summary

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