As part of a short series exploring objects in the Collection, UWE History student Holly John reviews the work of potter Oliver Kent.
These exuberant teapots are a playful twist […]
Geoffrey Whiting’s teapots are the forms for which he remains best known, having achieved a design that is at once highly functional, but also good to look at as a piece of working […]
Geoffrey Whiting had an important parallel activity as a watercolour painter, but this is a lesser known area of his art. His great knowledge of the natural world underpinned all his creativity. It […]
You can find candlesticks made by Geoffrey Whiting in Canterbury Cathedral
It is always gratifying, but still all too rare when potters get major commissions. In 1982 Geoffrey Whiting was […]
1st October – 14th December
Our latest show at the Ken Stradling Collection highlights the art of making beautiful items for the home through an examination of the work of […]