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BACS payments should be to:

North Norfolk Open Studios

Acct no: 25612462

Sort code: 80 22 60

Bank: Bank of Scotland

Cheques should be made payable to:

North Norfolk Open Studios

and posted to:

Keri Lowe

16 Clarendon Drive, 
Martham
Norfolk
NR29 4TD

Your brochure entry:
Brochure image:
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Artist number:
To be confirmed.
Name:
Alison Bradley Mason
Trail:
To be confirmed.
Studio address:
White House Farm
Mundesley Road
Trunch
NR28 0QB
Tel:
07971 665373
Website:
website: 
Wheelchair access:
NO
Directions:
the entrance to the farm is the last one on the right before the village water pump if coming from Mundesley.
Description:
My ceramics are mostly informed by my love of nature and the desire to find the perfect coffee cup! I use my observation of trees and plants to create carved vessels and flowers in relief.
Dates:
25 May
YES
26 May
YES
27 May
YES
28 May
-
29 May
-
30 May
-
31 May
YES
01 June
YES
02 June
YES
Your artist's page:

Alison Bradley Mason

Note: if you are viewing this on a mobile device there seems to be a glitch where the dates aren't showing properly. I won't be fixing this as the same problem doesn't appear to be happening with actual artist pages that the public see. If you want to check the dates either go to the editing area in the Members' area or have a look at your actual artist page by clicking on your image here

open dates:
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25
May
Su
26
May
M
27
May
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28
May
W
29
May
Th
30
May
F
31
May
Sa
01
Jun
Su
02
Jun
artist number:
To be confirmed
trail:
media:
Ceramics
website:
Website
website:
Website
mobile:
07971 665373
landline:
Landline
address:
White House Farm
Mundesley Road
Trunch
NR28 0QB
wheelchair
Not accessible by wheelchair
directions:
Entrance via the farmyard entrance to the left of the main house, exhibiting barn on the right hand side, plenty of parking
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I have always loved working with clay from a young age, later studying portrait sculpture, general ceramics, throwing at the wheel, surface design, glaze chemistry and most recently mold making. I especially love working with slip, and scraffito - carving shapes and patterns into the leather hard clay. My other favorite is using translucent celedon glazes influenced by Japanese ceramic traditions.

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