Wednesday, 27 August 2008

Stopped in at Matt's Exhibition

Two of my three Daughters have been down staying with us for the past week, so not much potting done, but some enjoyable days out. We took them back up to Northamptonshire today which is a 400 mile round trip.
To break the journey up on the way back Marion and I took a detour to have a look at Matt Grimmitts pots on display in the Number 8 Gallery - Pershore.
The pots look great
The people in the centre were very nice to us.

We particularly liked this bowl Matt

But we Bought this one

Nice one Matt great show.
We stopped off at Winchcombe on the way back to see John Edgeler at the long room gallery but unfortunately he wasn't in.
So we had cream tea's in the Tea Rooms.
Back to some serious potting tomorrow.

6 comments:

doug fitch said...

Cool, one of those mugs is mine. Hey do you and Marion fancy coming camping at Nic's this weekend? Matt and Tig and Andrew are camping, 'twill be a laugh

Hannah said...

I think that was the pot I wanted, not sure which I have, haven't seen it yet, it ended up beiing a bit of a pot luck (ha ha) choice via my friends mum who lives in the village there and has been in and bought one for me. The gallery got a bit stressed when I tried to buy one over the phone. Bless them.

Matt Grimmitt said...

WOW, THAT'S SO COOL. THANKYOU BLOGGER PAUL, YOU GOT MY FAVOURITE. LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING SOME OF YOUR POTS SOMETIME SOON. I WISH I'D HAVE KNOWN YOU WERE IN THE AREA YOU COULD HAVE HAD TEA AND CAKE AT OUR HOUSE.
ONCE AGAIN THANKYOU SO MUCH IT MEANS ALOT TO ME!
CAN YOU SEND ME YOUR ADDRESS PAUL I'VE GOT SOMETHING ELSE FOR YOU.
NICE ONE BP ;)

doug fitch said...

Your pots do look amazing Matt

paul jessop said...
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doug fitch said...

Cooooooooooooool. Any time really, Andrew will be there. I'm going to aim for about 7.30ish. It'll be great to see you - blogger's convention.

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