The Well Walk Pottery
UPDATE: The Well Walk Pottery is sadly permanently shut now after the building has been sold. The are plans by the new owners to turn it into a puppet theatre. Good luck. Clay Time enjoyed our stay and work at the pottery. We would like to thank the local community for their kindness and support. We will publish a report about our times and works in the pottery before June 2019.
We are running a full complement of courses and activities from our Studio in Islington as usual, if you feel the urge to do more pottery and clay art please visit us there.
The Well Walk Pottery is a charming old pottery studio in Hampstead. Clay Time has revived it and brought it back to life. We opened to the public on 2nd December 2017 with an exhibition of pots made by Clay Time potters and many local London upcoming ceramic artists and potters. 'Storm in a tea cup' an exhibition of protest pots was made at Well Walk Pottery and went on show in June and July 2018 with many pots sold and part of the proceeds donated to charity. 'Summer Blues' is another exhibition of mainly vases that were made over the hot summer at Well Walk and that will go on show in October 2018.
Some of the original works of Christopher Magarshack, the potter who worked at the Well Walk Pottery for decades, had a special feature. Also, pieces that were made some years ago and just been fired has been exhibitted.
Clay Time staff continued to teach, make and update the Well Walk Pottery until August 2018. Further, wheel throwing courses on Tuesdays and Thursday as well as drop in session on Saturday were conducted.