Three different kilns; three very different firings; every 80 guinomi set potter Phil Rogers puts together is truly a labour of pottery love.
On Saturday 25th March Goldmark will be hosting its fourth exhibition of ceramics by the internationally renowned studio potter Phil Rogers.
Dynamic, bold, and strangely modern: ‘Buncheong’ has had a profound and lasting influence on Western studio pottery via Leach and Hamada.
One of the simplest ceramic forms with the most basic of uses, the jug has a complex history. Read our latest ceramics musing on jugs of the past and present.
In this short film shot around Anne Mette’s exhibition opening, we speak to the potter herself about the build up to the big day and take a look at the gallery’s upper floor display.
Back in 2012, the Goldmark Gallery made a film about Anne Mette Hjortshoj. Viewed on Danish national TV by the Queen, a royal visit quickly followed…
White slip landscapes of pillowy snow; dappled salt-glaze frostings on claret red fields; each square bottle by Anne Mette Hjortshøj becomes a potter’s canvas.
Rarely have we been so excited about an upcoming show as we have our second exhibition of ceramics by Danish potter Anne Mette Hjortshøj.
Earlier this Autumn we sent our photographer and filmmaker to visit the wonderful Danish potter Anne Mette Hjortshøj for an interview.
We are thrilled to be able to announce the recent arrival of our latest special magazine, our brand new Autumn 2016 Catalogue!
Both quiet and vital, powerful and with presence, Kang-hyo Lee’s moon jars are the intimate results of his search for ‘a beautiful life.’
In this short film we interview Jim Malone at the opening of his 3rd major exhibition and hear his thoughts on a lifetime making pots.
In this Profile film we visited top British potter Jim Malone at his Lessonhall home-studio in Cumbria to shoot the maker at work.
A preview film of our upcoming Jim Malone exhibition on September 17th, featuring an interview with the potter himself, plus one ofthe essays to feature in the exhibition catalogue.
In this live Periscope broadcast gallery writer Max takes a look at some of the new pots by Jim Malone made for his September 2016 exhibition at the Goldmark Gallery.
This film of gallery potter Phil Rogers firing his wood kiln features footage shot back in 2008, when his two-chambered kiln was first built.
Tucked away into the North-West corner of Cumbria lies Lessonhall, the small village where Jim Malone established his current pottery studio.
We are proud to announce a milestone exhibition of ceramics by Jim Malone, one of Britain’s top potters, opening in Uppingham on Saturday 17th September.
Back in 2013 we shot a film of slipware potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard as he prepared for his first show at Goldmark, discussing his work in his Valensole studio.
Jean-Nicolas Gérard is a potter who understands the importance of pots that nourish. His work sings when used and brings life to their contents.
In this short film French potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard shows us how he throws his glorious earthenware beakers with his typical loose touch.
Our most recent live Periscope broadcast from the Goldmark Gallery shows us unpacking new pots by British potter Lisa Hammond MBE.
Our recent live Periscope broadcast from Goldmark Gallery in Uppingham unwrapping pots by top French potter, Jean-Nicolas Gérard.
The third post in our ceramics studio tour series, this week we’ll be looking at the gorgeous Somerset pottery of renowned British potter Mike Dodd.
In the third and final part of our How to Spot a Good Pot series we take a look at how character is at the heart of every good potter’s work.
The principle of ‘Adopt a Potter’ is simple: helping students of pottery find an experienced potter who can offer them an apprenticeship.
This week’s Profile features a short documentary film following the working life of one of Britain’s veteran potters, Phil Rogers.
For Japan, the history of ceramics is the history of its belief systems, its cultural values – to a greater or lesser extent, it is the history of its people.
To celebrate gallery potter Lisa Hammond’s amazing new MBE award, we made a studio tour looking at Lisa’s fantastic Maze Hill Pottery.
In 2007 we first visited the Mashiko studio of internationally renowned Japanese potter Ken Matsuzaki to film the master at work.
Anne Mette’s studio is housed in an old 19th century farmhouse on the coast of Bornholm, a small Danish island in the Baltic Sea.
Gallery potter Phil Rogers presents a fascinating throwing demonstration to an audience in our gallery front room.
In this week’s Making film French slipware potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard shows us how he throws his small vases in his Valensole studio.
If the surface of a pot tells a story, decoration is the potter’s language, gestural marks and impressed shapes their vocabulary.
In this week’s short Making film Danish potter Anne Mette Hjortshøj talks about how she makes her oval teapots.
In this film, originally made back in 2011, we followed the working life of Mike Dodd, one of Britain’s most prestigious potters.
At the Goldmark Gallery we’re constantly handling pots. At work we sell and display them; at home we cook, eat and drink with them daily.
The second part of our archival footage of Phil Rogers at work in his studio, in this film Phil glazes pots while discussing his glaze mixtures.
In this short film from 2014, potter Nic Collins discusses the huge risks and rewards involved in wood-firing and opens his anagama kiln.
After the roaring success of our recent glazes glossary, we thought we’d take a look at a few of the myriad types of ceramic decoration out there.
To coincide with the arrival of a new batch of pots from Devon, we’re featuring our film of slipware potter Clive Bowen as this week’s Profile.
When you first start collecting pots, keeping track of which glazes are which can be more than a little tricky.
We took a look back through our film archives to find this rare footage of British potter Phil Rogers working in his studio.
Buying, owning and using pots is an experience that can change your life. Here’s our helpful introduction to starting a ceramics collection.
Chawans are supremely personal ceramic forms. The very best are thought to have captured the essence of their maker.
In this short film slipware potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard shows us how he throws his salad bowls at his studio in Valensole. Watch to learn more.
In advance of Lisa Hammond’s upcoming show at the Goldmark Gallery we took a look back at our original documentary on her work.
On Saturday 27th February we opened Lisa Hammond’s 4th major show. In case you missed it, here’s a short film of the exhibition display.
A short film of British potter Lisa Hammond in her studio making Japanese influenced Tsubo pots.
Goldmark Gallery is delighted to host the first major UK exhibition by the leading Korean potter, Lee Kang-hyo.
We were delighted to launch our exhibition of new pots by Clive Bowen on Saturday 20th September 2014.
In July 2014 Goldmark was delighted to host an exhibition of 10 Japanese potters’ work accompanied by a tea ceremony.
In June 2014 we held a third exhibition of 300 pots by Phil Rogers, one of the world’s great studio potters.
The second exhibition of ceramics by Nic Collins, one of the foremost wood firing potters in the UK, began on Saturday 22nd March 2014.
Back in 2013 we held an exhibition to celebrate the 70th birthday of world renowned potter Takeshi Yasuda.
In June 2013 we held our fourth exhibition of work by Japanese potter Ken Matsuzaki, one of the world’s leaders in ceramics.
We are delighted to announce an exhibition featuring ceramics by leading French potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard.
We are delighted to announce our third exhibition of top British potter Lisa Hammond’s ceramics.
In 2012 we held our third exhibition of pots by Svend Bayer, featuring over 200 works.
In July 2012 we held our first exhibition featuring the work of Lee Kang-hyo, one of the finest potters working in Korea today.
On Saturday 16th June 2012 we hosted the launch of Phil Roger’s book ‘A Portfolio’ and an exhibition of his recent work.
Anne Mette Hjortshøj is a young Danish potter with a rare talent and we are delighted to be able to represent her.
In September 2011 we held an exhibition featuring pots by Mike Dodd, one of the finest studio potters in the UK.
Back in 2011 we held a second exhibition featuring ceramics by British potter Jim Malone.
In June 2011 we held our third exhibition of works by top Japanese potter, Ken Matsuzaki, featuring over 200 works.
In 2011 we held our very first exhibition of pots by Nic Collins, one of the foremost wood firing potters in the UK.
In October 2010 we held our second ceramics exhibition featuring the very best work by Svend Bayer.
In 2007 we hosted our first ever exhibition with Japanese master potter Ken Matsuzaki at the Goldmark Gallery.