Sylvia Glover Ceramics
About my work I like to make pots with softly curving forms and rich, tactile stoneware glazes. I have a fascination with scale - the miniature jugs and nested bowls that I make have become something of a signature. I also make practical tableware and other essentially usable pieces that people seem to enjoy picking up and handling. These too come in a range of sizes, so you can “try a mug on” and make sure it fits! The pieces are designed to be easy to live with: dishwasher- and microwave-proof as well as comfortable to hold and use.
Mugs - teal with white Mug - Argyll Email - contact form  Mobile - (+44)7743 127642
About me As for me, I came to potting late, having spent far too long in IT, from programmer to IT manager. In 2004 I completed a foundation course at Stockport College, and in 2007 I graduated from MMU (now Manchester School of Art) with a BA in Three Dimensional Design and set up my own studio. A few years later I obtained a certificate for teaching in the life-long learning sector (PTLLS). Now potting is my main occupation, although I also do academic proof reading - and sing!
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Seeing and buying my work Heatons Arts Trail: Sat 7th - Sun 8th July 2018. I’ll be showing with Rachel Cooke and Ian Chadwick at Rachel’s studio: 17, Egerton Rd South, Heaton Moor, SK4 4LS 11.30am - 5pm. Wilmslow Art Trail: Fri 5th - Sun 7th October 2018. Pop-up shows hosted by businesses across Wilmslow. I’ll be upstairs at The Academy of Dance, 3 Hawthorne Lane. SK9 1AA. Times to be confirmed.   November Open Studio: date tbc. Visitors to the studio are always welcome whenever I’m there - please ring or email beforehand to arrange a date and time. The studio is in Clarendon Road, Sale, between Broad Road and Northenden Road. M33 2DY. ARC Community Gallery stocks my work - and you can even try using my mugs and mini-jugs in their lovely cafe-gallery.
my studio in Sale
Sylvia Glover Ceramics
Mugs - teal with white Email - contact form  Mobile - (+44)7743 127642
Seeing and buying my work Heatons Arts Trail: Sat 7th - Sun 8th July 2018. I’ll be showing with Rachel Cooke and Ian Chadwick at Rachel’s studio: 17, Egerton Rd South, Heaton Moor, SK4 4LS 11.30am - 5pm. Wilmslow Art Trail: Fri 5th - Sun 7th October 2018. Pop-up shows hosted by businesses across Wilmslow. I’ll be upstairs at The Academy of Dance, 3 Hawthorne Lane. SK9 1AA. Times to be confirmed.   November Open Studio: date tbc. Visitors to the studio are always welcome whenever I’m there - please ring or email beforehand to arrange a date and time. The studio is in Clarendon Road, Sale, between Broad Road and Northenden Road. M33 2DY. ARC Community Gallery stocks my work - and you can even try using my mugs and mini-jugs in their lovely cafe-gallery.
About me As for me, I came to potting late, having spent far too long in IT, from programmer to IT manager. In 2004 I completed a foundation course at Stockport College, and in 2007 I graduated from MMU (now Manchester School of Art) with a BA in Three Dimensional Design and set up my own studio. A few years later I obtained a certificate for teaching in the life-long learning sector (PTLLS). Now potting is my main occupation, although I also do academic proof reading - and sing!
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About my work I like to make pots with softly curving forms and rich, tactile stoneware glazes. I have a fascination with scale - the miniature jugs and nested bowls that I make have become something of a signature. I also make practical tableware and other essentially usable pieces that people seem to enjoy picking up and handling. These too come in a range of sizes, so you can “try a mug on” and make sure it fits! The pieces are designed to be easy to live with: dishwasher- and microwave-proof as well as comfortable to hold and use.