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.
Award-winning writer and poet Ben Okri OBE discusses buying art and the Goldmark Gallery with gallery owner Mike Goldmark.
From every luminescent yellow to their midnight blues, Harvey Daniel’s paintings reaffirm the strength of optimistic art in a cynical world.
From the expulsion of man from the Garden of Eden to Christ’s final judgment, Dürer’s ‘Small Passion’ has moved viewers for over 500 years.
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…
We are thrilled to be able to announce the recent arrival of our latest special magazine, our brand new Autumn 2016 Catalogue!
Goldmark Roundup | Eduardo Paolozzi’s ‘Bunk’, Anne Mette Hjortshøj, and Christopher P. Wood Exhibitions
This week’s roundup film at the Goldmark Gallery announces three major show openings, including our fantastic exhibition of Eduardo Paolozzi’s infamous ‘Bunk’ suite.
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.
In this short film gallery manager Kate discusses David Hockney’s imaginative take on the Grimms’ Fairy Tales in his Brothers Grimm etching suite.
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.
This week’s Profile features our 2013 film on gallery artist and letter carver Martin Wenham, shot in anticipation of Wenham’s exhibition later that year.
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.
In this short film at the Goldmark Gallery we introduce one of Picasso’s most interesting suites of prints: the 1969 ‘Portraits Imaginaires’.
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.
This week’s roundup film from the gallery features news of our upcoming Jim Malone exhibition and plus new work in the gallery.
With exceptional vision and creativity, artist Jan Hardisty arranges unusual objects into striking compositions that he photographs with his large format camera.
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.
In this short film French potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard shows us how he throws his glorious earthenware beakers with his typical loose touch.
Goldmark Gallery is now on Periscope, a live broadcasting service which lets you watch us streaming live directly from the gallery. Here’s a short preview of one or our recent broadcasts.
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.
In this week’s roundup film Discover writer Max announces the opening of our Frank Dobson exhibition and an upcoming livestream of the show.
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.
Mike Goldmark shows us new work in the gallery and reveals the exciting news that gallery potter Lisa Hammond has been awarded an MBE.
To accompany Goldmark Atelier’s brand new website, we thought we’d show readers what goes on in our local print studio.
Our upcoming Frank Dobson sculpture exhibition, two enormous oil paintings by Alan Davie, and a selection of Urban Art all feature in this week’s roundup film.
To accompany our recent exhibition of extraordinary assemblages by Richard James we’ve put together a detailed slideshow of his work.
In 2007 we first visited the Mashiko studio of internationally renowned Japanese potter Ken Matsuzaki to film the master at work.
In this week’s film we showcase an exquisite portfolio of Edward Calvert engravings and the launch of our Sid Burnard show.
Gallery potter Phil Rogers presents a fascinating throwing demonstration to an audience in our gallery front room.
Sid Burnard is an assembler of magical driftwood birds and beasts with an incredible eye for the peculiarities of the natural world.
We are thrilled to announce the opening of our second exhibition of Sid Burnard’s extraordinary driftwood assemblages on 7th May.
In this week’s Making film French slipware potter Jean-Nicolas Gérard shows us how he throws his small vases in his Valensole studio.
In this week’s film we showcase new work in the gallery including David Jones engravings and oval teapots by Anne Mette Hjortshøj.
In this week’s short Making film Danish potter Anne Mette Hjortshøj talks about how she makes her oval teapots.
In this week’s film we announce a visit to a new artist, news on our Lee Kang-hyo film, and a new abstract portfolio in stock.
In this film, originally made back in 2011, we followed the working life of Mike Dodd, one of Britain’s most prestigious potters.
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 week’s roundup film gallery manager Kate presents new Hockney posters, Nic Collins pots, and an Ardizzone oil painting fresh into the gallery.
For some time now at the gallery we’ve been advocating artists’ posters as a great way to own affordable works by the very best.
In this short film from 2014, potter Nic Collins discusses the huge risks and rewards involved in wood-firing and opens his anagama kiln.
This week’s Goldmark Roundup features new artists’ posters and Clive Bowen pots as well as news about our upcoming Rigby Graham retrospective.
In this short film, driftwood artist Sid Burnard discusses his strange bird and beast assemblages with writer Sam Llewellyn.
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.
In this week’s Weekly Roundup film Mike presents two rare hanging figures by the British sculptor John Davies.
We took a look back through our film archives to find this rare footage of British potter Phil Rogers working in his studio.
In this week’s roundup film Mike Goldmark looks at Lisa Hammond’s recent ceramics exhibition and Henri Matisse’s Ronsard suite.
In this short film gallery artist Jenny Grevatte discusses the ongoing theme of trees in her work. Watch our video to learn about her methods.
In this short film Mike Goldmark walks us through our new site, Discover Goldmark, and its weekly post schedule. Click through to learn more.
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.
In this short film Goldmark Gallery manager Kate shows us one of only two wood engravings that Henry Moore ever made. Watch to learn more.
Artist Chris Wood shows us how an etching plate is made from start to finish in the Goldmark Atelier. Watch to learn more about the process.
A short film of artist Ivan Green discussing his new screenprints based on the Aesop’s Fables series produced specially for Goldmark.
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.