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Payments

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:
Zena Tooze
Trail:
To be confirmed.
Studio address:
Oaklands Farm
Haveringland
NR10 4PN
Tel:
07776 101492
Wheelchair access:
YES
Directions:
From Ratcatchers pub crossroads in Eastgate take Haveringland Rd south towards Horsford. 100 yards past entrance to Caravan Park, driveway is on left opposite turning to Brandiston
Description:
My work has simple lines and decoration. I use raku, saggar and bright earthenware underglazes, making decorative & functional pieces.I am inspired by the natural world and love adding pops of colour.
Dates:
25 May
YES
26 May
YES
27 May
YES
28 May
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29 May
YES
30 May
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31 May
YES
01 June
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02 June
YES
Your artist's page:

Zena Tooze

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

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artist number:
To be confirmed
trail:
media:
Ceramics
website:
Website
mobile:
07776 101492
landline:
01603 870663
address:
Oaklands Farm
Haveringland
NR10 4PN
wheelchair
Accessible by wheelchair
directions:
From the Ratcatchers pub crossroads follow Haveringland Rd, south towards Horsford.l/Felthorpe. Driveway is opposite turning to Brandiston, after entrance to Haveringland Hall CP. The map does not indicate our driveway is connected to Haveringland Rd. but it is! What 3 words for our drive entrance is move.counters.punters. Bear left, we are on left
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I started my pottery journey in 2016, a few years after retiring from my previous passion, rescuing primates in west Africa…Leaving this work left a rather large hole in my liffe- Pottery has helped fill that space, together with riding my horses and voluntary work with the RIding for the Disabled. I have no artistic or ceramic training, just a year of a weekly evening class. I found I loved the challenge and focus required! My work has simple lines and focuses on raku, saggar firing and bright earthenware kitchen and tableware. Mostly wheel thrown work, I also dabble in sculpture and hand building. I am inspired by the natural world and colour. I love the dynamic nature of raku and saggar and use glazes, horsehair, feathers, ferric chloride and oxides. I am also a fan of bubble glazing and using brightly coloured underglazes.

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