Saturday, 25 February 2012

Made Not Manufactured

I had a visit on Thursday from a Photographer called 
He's working in conjunction with the Heritage Crafts Association
on an Exhibition of pictures of crafts people at work.
Made not Manufactured
 Here are a few sample shots.
he took over 400 shots on the day.
 so this is just to give a flavour of what to expect.
 This is a jug I have put to one side for the show at Rufford in June.
I obviousley need to get my hair cut.
and as ever Cadbury wasn't going to miss out on the excitement.

12 comments:

Anna M. Branner said...

Beautiful pictures! Especially love the last one of Cadbury. Really caught a wise inquisitive look!

Tracey Broome said...

Fabulous photos Paul, you just keep growing and growing, so great for you!!!!!

Hannah said...

Hey he's coming to see me in a week or so too, eek. Says the girl who hates having her picture taken. Oops.

Ron said...

Great photos Paul! Nice jug too. Hi Cadbury!

cookingwithgas said...

well done- they look great! and I love the title-
made not manufactured.

TropiClay Studio said...

Excellent jug!

Hollis Engley said...

Nice shots. He did a good job.

thehopefulpotter said...

That's an exhibition I'd like to see. Working hands are beautiful things.

Lori Buff said...

I'd love to see that exhibition too. Do you know if any of it will be on line?

Susan said...

It will be good to see your work in the flesh at Earth and Fire.

Paul Jessop said...

Thanks guys for the comments, I'll let you know more details as soon as I have them.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for Posting the Picture Paul. Glad everyone likes them. More as Paul mentioned at stevekenward.com Rgds Steve

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