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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:
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Artist number:
To be confirmed.
Name:
Flora Grant
Trail:
To be confirmed.
Studio address:
18 Cremer Street
Sheringham
NR26 8DZ
Tel:
07951 998004
Wheelchair access:
NO
Directions:
Description:
I make thrown stoneware functional ceramics. Simple, modern forms that sit comfortably in your hands and your home. Pieces are finished in a turquoise, blue or white glaze which compliments the form.
Dates:
25 May
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26 May
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27 May
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28 May
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29 May
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30 May
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31 May
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01 June
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02 June
YES
Your artist's page:

Flora Grant

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artist number:
To be confirmed
trail:
media:
Ceramics
website:
Website
mobile:
07951 998004
landline:
Landline
address:
18 Cremer Street
Sheringham
NR26 8DZ
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I am a part time teacher, part time potter who initially learnt to hand build whilst living in Spain. I used terracotta clay, often locally sourced and made slips and terra-sigilatta to decorate the surface of decorative pieces. I was able to explore the joy and unpredictability of a range of firings, including pit and raku. I learnt to throw with Douglas Philips at Ridge Pottery, Somerset, a brilliant potter who taught me to be more exacting about my pots and most importantly introduced me to the world of ash glazes and wood firing which confirmed a complete addiction to working at the wheel and the almost magical element that ash can be during reduction firings. Living in London and Sheringham has meant using an electric kiln and during the last few years I have produced a range of tableware that is ergonomic and happily sits in both modern and traditional decors. Pieces are finished with glazes that complement each form and also engages the user’s interest.

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