Monday, November 25, 2013

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Friday, November 8, 2013

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

For Sale


Dabeb Kiln – front loading


Type: 425
Serial no: 564
Volts: 220
Phase: 1
Interior volume:  34 x 50 x 66 cms
Controller is working.
Shelves included.
The price does not include delivery.     
Price: R3,500 ono

Gas Kiln front loading


Type: Light weight gas kiln
Interior volume: cms – 55 x 60 x74
The interior lining is good
The exterior kiln-covering clay needs some work.
Shelves included.
Glazes, clay and pottery apparatus available
The price does not include delivery.     
Price: R6,000 ono



I have some very good packets of stone-ware clay (which must have matured well over the years), plus ingredients for glaze recipes. They are on offer at very low prices.
Contact:
W.S. Rodseth  291 West Avenue  Ferndale   Randburg  2194
Tel: 011 789 1671

Cell:  083 267 0293 - wwshop@writetolearn.co.za

Friday, October 25, 2013

Saturday, October 19, 2013

FOR SALE


2 cubic kiln =  R7 000.00
6 cubic kiln = R16 000.00
High Wheel =  R3 500.00
Slab Roller =   R3 000.00
Work Bench = R3 000.00
Compressor = R1 200.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
I have shelves and props for the kilns which are in a very good working condition


Contact: Esther de Coning

Monday, October 14, 2013

Sunday, October 6, 2013

FOR SALE -

BISQUE WARE/ONGLAZES/BOOKS

 

Relocating to the Cape

Have over R3 000 worth of white e/w bisque ware – large platters, bowls, pots with lids etc.

Can be purchased separately or the lot for R2 000.

On glazes and books also available.

Contact: Marisa 011 787 8937 or Mike 082 666 9490

 

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Saturday, September 28, 2013

For Sale

Dabeb Kiln – front loading

   




















Type: 425
Serial no: 564
Volts: 220
Phase: 1
Interior volume:  34 x 50 x 66 cms
Controller is working.
Shelves included.
The price does not include delivery.     
Price: R4,500

Gas Kiln – front loading



















Type: I believe similar to the kiln created and used by  Esias Bosch
Interior volume: cms – 55 x 60 x74                            
The interior lining is good
The exterior kiln-covering clay needs some work.
Shelves included.
Glazes, clay and pottery apparatus available (included in the price but subject to agreement).
The price does not include delivery.     
Price: R9,500

Verga Klin
top loading Serial no 10-99.1.5A
Amp 15
Volt 220
Diam 34cm
Height 35 cm; 16 ins
Circular shelves included.
In good condition
The price does not include delivery.     
Price: R.3.400

Verga Wheel
 In very good condition.
Bats included.
The price does not include delivery.      
Price: 2.300

Contact: 
W.S. Rodseth  291 West Avenue  Ferndale   Randburg  2194

011 789 1671  - 083 267 0293 - wwshop@writetolearn.co.za

Ombré @ Spaces Showroom

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Kiln for Sale

Dimensions:  Fits 33 cm by 46 cm kiln shelves
Height of inside chamber is about 60 cm
Bricks and elements are in good condition. Top of metal door a bit rusty
Five kiln shelves, props and the Fox controller are included
Price: R 6000,00
Transport responsibility of the buyer
Viewing can be arranged by contacting Rhona at 011 783 8981 or by cell  083 662 8013.
The kiln is at 4 Ratcliff drive, Morningside Manor Ext 1.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Friday, September 13, 2013

DRURY BRANDT CERAMIC COURSES

I recently advertised comprehensive courses out of my new studio in Rivonia, namely weekdays, Monday to Thursday 9.30 am  to 1.00 pm  for October and November, at R1,800 for the 4 weeks course.
Response from another region (KZN) has requested that I conduct the course over weekends, i.e. Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Additionally a couple of local Potters have also found this option to be attractive.
On consideration I would also enjoy this option, as I think it may give more cohesion and flow to the instruction.
In addition, I am able to supply accommodation on my premises for the 'Out of Towners’ if needs be.
November the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th weekend is booked already, but I do have one more place.
Hereunder is the original advert. - all the details are applicable for the weekend course as well.
Another gap has identified with weekends, in that after lunch, those who may be staying 'in residence' may wish to use a further 2 hours to 4 pm.
This would be entirely optional, at R200 for each day, and could also include locals.  A light lunch would be provided for those as well.

Kindest regards,
Drury Brandt

To launch my NEW CERAMIC STUDIO in Rivonia I am offering a series of Specialist Hand Building Courses during October and November, commencing on Monday 30th September through to, and including Thursday 28th November 2013.

Course blocks consist of classes one day a week for four weeks, from Monday to Thursday from 9.30 am to 1.00 pm.

Participants will be taken through a total exercise of clay slab preparation, making of items, decoration by various methods, both pre- and post Bisc firings and final glazing.

I will demonstrate and assist participants with my techniques and methodology, the shortcuts I have learnt whilst doing many courses and workshops I have attended both here in South Africa and overseas.

I will share my knowledge of glaze making and recipes of the glazes I use.

All work will be fired in oxidation and, time permitting, I will try to fit in some RAKU as well.

Tools and materials will be supplied but participants should bring their own specialist tools and under glazes.

Cost is R1,800.00 for the four week course, payable at registration.

Parking is secure and inside on the property.


I can be contacted by cell on 082 574 5800 and on e-mail at drury@tiscali.co.za.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Kiln for Sale


Width: 50 cm -  Height:  61 cm - Depth: 56 cm

4 Shelves and accessories

R9 500,00

Contact:  Mrs. T Wasserman

Tel: 012 6541742

083 469 6645

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

KILN FOR SALE



Kiln 7 cubic ft. top loading. Pristine condition.  Hardly used. External measurements incL. fixture for chimney and temp. control.  1100cm x 1100 cm Height incL. feet 1100 cm.  Has RV2 temp. control, thermocouple and perfect shelves..  Has reduction firing facility.
R7 500.00 ono.  Your own transport.
Phone Zina 082 671 4743


Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Potters Market Pretoria


Directions to the Association of Arts

Get onto the Ben Schoeman (R28) to Pretoria.  Keep straight on to Pretoria.

Take the Eeufees Weg off-ramp.

At the traffic lights (T junction) turn right – keep in the left lane - and go under two bridges (one immediately after another).

Follow signs to Brooklyn.

At traffic lights at large circle go straight over into George Storrar Drive.

Carry straight on, on the double-lane highway.  Drive for a couple of kms (you will cross +/- three sets of traffic lights).

At big set of traffic lights – turn left into Florence Ribeiro Drive (previous Queen Wilhelmina Drive).

Take the 3rd road to your right into Mackie Street

The Association of Arts Pretoria Gallery is just after the open park area on your right hand side.

Address
Association of Arts
173 Mackie Street
New Muckleneuk, Pretoria


Telephone number: 012 346 3100

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Call for Entries

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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Public Lecture

The Research Centre, Visual Identities in Art and Design invites you to a 
lecture and panel discussion titled



CERAMICS & THE 3D PRINTING REVOLUTION IN S.A. 


When:         Monday 29 July 2013, 4.00-5.30pm.
Where:        LG101, FADA building, University of Johannesburg.

This seminar consists of a presentation by Wendy Gers and an informal panel discussion between Dr Michaella Janse van Vuuren and Wendy Gers. The lecture and panel discussion focus on current international trends in 3D printed ceramics and the radical potential of this technology for South African ceramic artists and designers. Michaella Janse van Vuuren will discuss her oeuvre and introduce the Agents of the 3D Revolution project, conference and exhibition. Gers will focus on 3D printed ceramics as well as other digital tools (such as the 3D wheel), and investigate some of the theoretical issues facing the sector, including copyright and the digital divide.


Wendy Gers is a ceramics researcher and curator, Research Associate in the Research Centre, Visual Identities in Art and Design, University of Johannesburg  & lecturer at the Ecole Supérieure d’Art et de Design de Valenciennes, France.

Michaella Janse van Vuuren is an engineer and artist who uses 3D printing. She is founder of the Agents of the 3D Revolution project. 

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Ceramics and mosaic Auction

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Friday, May 31, 2013

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Indoor Gardens - Ceramic Installations


Pretoria Art Museum


PRETORIA ART MUSEUM

Open to the public:
Tuesdays to Sundays, 10:00 to 17:00
Closed on Mondays and public holidays

Admission:
Adults – R20,00; Pensioners/students – R10,00; Learners - R5,00

FORTHCOMING EXHIBITIONS

!KAURU  |  24 May to 30 June |  South Gallery
!Kauru provides a platform for African contemporary artists and cultural practitioners to engage around a showcase of contemporary African art, which will travel five African regions. The goal is to tour these exhibitions internationally and to facilitate a change of perceptions abroad about the continent, using the vehicle of contemporary art.


ARTFLUX 2013  |  1 June to 4 July  |  East Gallery
The Artflux 20 3rdTeen exhibition showcases a selection of artworks by youths from schools coordinated by the Tshwaga Cluster, Gauteng Department of Education. The exhibition is part of the Pretoria Art Museum’s Youth Month celebration and its Education and Development Programme, which aims to make the visual arts accessible to everyone.

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LANDSCAPE PRINTS  |  Until 29 May  |  East Gallery
In this exhibition we find landscapes from the permanent collection, made from different printmaking techniques such as etching, linocut, silkscreen and lithography. The word landscape derives from the Dutch landschap, originally meaning a patch of cultivated ground, which later came to mean an image. The word entered the English language at the beginning of the 17th century, purely as a term for works of art. Landscape art is a term that covers the depiction of natural scenery with its elements arranged into a coherent composition.
                                                 
ABSTRACT AND SEMI-ABSTRACT ART  |  Until July  |  North Gallery and Henry Preiss Hall
A large selection of abstract and semi-abstract artworks ranging from the early 1960s up to 2001, including artists such as Larry Scully, Anthony Nkotsi, Kenneth Bakker, George Boys, Sidney Goldblatt, Dirk Meerkotter and Cecily Sash.
                                                 
A STORY OF SOUTH AFRICAN ART  |  Until July  |  Albert Werth Hall
This selection of artworks from the permanent collection of the Museum briefly reviews South African art. The selection includes the works of early 20th century painters, Resistance artists of the 1980s and artists of the 21st century. The exhibition is based on the secondary school syllabus and artworks are rotated regularly.

COROBRIK CERAMIC COLLECTION  |  Ceramic Gallery
A selection of ceramics is on display, representing the development of studio ceramics and the work of traditional rural potters of South Africa over the past 30 years. Newly acquired ceramic pieces are added throughout the year.



Admission:
Adults – R20,00; Pensioners/students – R10,00; Learners – R5,00
Open to the public:
Tuesdays to Sundays, 10:00 to 17:00
Closed on Mondays and public holidays
Pretoria Art Museum
Cnr Francis Baard/Schoeman and Wessels Streets
Arcadia Park, Arcadia
Tel: 012 344 1807  |  www.pretoriaartmuseum.co.za
GPS: Lat: 25◦44'53.63”S Long: 28◦12'45.20”E



Thursday, May 2, 2013

Exhibition at Digby Hoets Studio


First ever exhibition by Digby Hoets and students                                                             
plus Garth Hoets, Lesley-Ann Hoets, Harri Hoets & Leigh Hoets
at his studio at 125, Springfield Rd, Carlswald, Midrand
11- 12 May 10am to 5pm

Digby Hoets has been teaching pottery and making his own pots since 1973.  Many South African potters and ceramists have started their careers in his studio and continue to work there.  Digby's home and studio are located on a 2 hectare property in Midrand's Carlswald valley - a tranquil, green enclave within an area which is now better known for high density housing developments, office blocks and shopping centres.  Digby's students, many of whom have been with him for the last 20-30 years, are already accomplished potters in their own right but continue to use the facilities provided by the studio for the stimulation they derive from working with Digby and fellow students - the setting of the studio in a beautiful well-treed property with a dam and wetland also adds to the attraction.
 
Cinda Hunter has her unique 'shop' on the property.  She will be open on Saturday and Sunday. Cinda travels extensively to source her jewellery, furniture, artefacts, textiles, clothing and accessories from India, South East Asia and Africa. www.cindahunter.com 083 284 1818 cinda@cindahunter.com

There will be tea,coffee,biscuits, muffins etc but you are welcome to bring your own picnic. 

Row1. Elaine Agliotti, Gina Boxley, Drury Brandt, Celia de Wet, Susan Dixon, Row 2. Sandy Baker, Caroline Bladergroen, Joni Brenner, Sue Calf, Cheryl Clipsham, Row 3. Sujatha Dake, Margie Dane, Cindy Devonport, Wanda Eloff, Tessa Fleischer, Row 4. Yvonne Franklin, Bonnie Friedman, Gail Gilbert-Green, Anne Gordon, Gilly Haagensen

Row1. Jean Beckley, Nadine Burns, Nitsa Christopher, Barbara Levy, Claudia McKenzie Row 2. Val Heddon, Callie Henderson, Louise Prinsen, Peter Jaff, Rina King Row 3. Brigid Pohl, Sue Frame, Lies Segers, Tushya Pillay, Meriel May

Row1. Xanthe Roux (Cross), Margareth Plazier, Elma Gildenhuys, Kathy Meulenbeld, Charmaine King Row 2.Pat Westmoreland, Hannelie Roets, top:Heather Milborrow, Elsa-Marie van Schalkwyk, bottom: Caroline Menell, Julia Reeder Row 3. George Kuper, Ian Napier, Gillie Schepers, Ann Leenstra, Elaine van Staden

Row1. Jean Venter, Louella Noppe, Saskia Leenstra, Joanne Zondag, Row 2.Thursday class - tea-time, Leslie Phillips, Marie Enslin, Watson Nyambeni Row 3. HOETS FAMILY: Harri (daughter), Garth (brother), Leigh (niece), Lesley-Ann (sister)

www.digbyhoets.com 011 468 2591 or 082 927 6606 hoets@digbyhoets.com 
DIRECTIONS: From N1 take New Rd off ramp and follow signs for Crowthorne.  Turn left at traffic light into 7th Rd (Indigo Nursery) and first right into Springfield.  The studio is the second property on the left and has a wooden fence.  Use the second gate which will be open. GPS S 25° 58’46 E 28° 06’21

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Coffee & Chocolate Expo



Your attention is drawn to this upcoming event. It has been suggested by the organisers that ceramic artists may be interested in participating as items pertaining to the drinking of coffee and chocolate such as mugs, cups, sugar bowls, jugs, etc. could be of supplementary interest and stand holders will be allowed to sell on a retail basis – which may be quite lucrative.
Please note that Ceramics SA will not be participating in this event, and any member interested in taking a stand should contact Lauren Thompson directly (details below).
Members who may wish to consider collaborating on a shared stand and –
· Can make contact with each other directly on a personal level, or
· Liaise by sending out an email to the member list through this office (which also includes mention on our website blog page).



Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Ultra-Furn Regional Exhibition: All The Winners

G & W Mineral Resources Premier Award: Claire Waters

Ndebele Mining & Milling Award: Rosemarie Marriott

Glazecor cc Award: Ria Scheepbouwer

Lionheart Chemical Enterprises Award: Madoda Fani

Belmont Ceramics Award: Erna Ziegelmeier

Potters Supplies and Mail Order Award:
Caroline Janse van Rensburg

Van Tuyl Kilns and Furnaces
New Signatures Award:
Claudia Postaremczak

Highly Commended: Cecilia Robinson

Highly Commended: Nic Sithole

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Walkabouts at the Gauteng Regional Exhibition


Three well known personalities and Fellows of Ceramics Southern Africa will lead walkabouts and discussions during the exhibition

WEDNESDAY – 17 APRIL – 14:00 - Eugene Hön and John Shirley

Eugene Hön -
taught as a lecturer at the TWR from 1986-1989, was Programme Leader Ceramic Dept. from 1990-1999, HoD Three Dimensional Design-Jewellery, Industrial Design & Ceramics in 1999, Acting Dean, FADA 2000, Executive Dean FADA 2001-2006 and since 2007 has been Senior Lecturer Ceramic Design at what is now the University of Johannesburg. 
He has work in the permanent Corobrik Collection at the Pretoria Art Museum and has served on many committees, societies and professional bodies.
Eugene has exhibited and been involved in commission projects since 1985 and is avid about what he does and makes a valuable contribution in his field of expertise.

John Shirley -
has held a number of solo exhibitions and participated in a number of group exhibitions since 1972 throughout South Africa, and has been participating in APSA/Ceramics SA Regional and National Exhibitions since 1975. He has also exhibited his crystal glazed ware at the South African Embassy in Japan. 
John was the Programme Leader and lecturer in Ceramic Design at the University of Johannesburg since 2003 and currently lectures there in a part-time capacity.
He now runs his mentorship Programme on a regular basis and also teaches ceramics at The Pottery Studio in Bryanston
He has numerous pieces in the Corobrik Collection in Pretoria and had a piece selected for the 5th World Ceramic Biennale in Korea (CEBIKO) 2009. 

WEDNESDAY – 24 APRIL – 12  noon - Wendy Goldblatt

Wendy runs her own teaching studio, works in stoneware and porcelain and has exhibited at Regional and National exhibitions. 
She enjoys teaching – “making ceramics is sometimes a lonely occupation and teaching keeps you in touch with people and makes you look at things through other eyes”.  She enjoys attending courses on different aspects of ceramics and received inspiration through Suzette Munnik’s course on Background/Foreground. She specializes in one off porcelain and stoneware pieces with an emphasis on decoration.
Wendy started the South African Crafts Council with Eugene Hön in 1991 as she felt the crafts in South Africa needed an umbrella body to represent them on broader issues. 

SATURDAY – 27 APRIL – 14:00 - John Shirley
will lead another walkabout and discussion before the exhibition closes on the 28th of April.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Pottery Supply Shop in Greenside, Johannesburg

The Clay Fox pottery supply shop is open within Papercake Trading’s premises- 38 Gleneagles Road, Greenside Johannesburg

We stock a variety of under glazes, earthenware & stoneware glazes, Duncan glazes and an assortment of clays.
We also have a variety of tools, accessories and other indispensable items for any studio small or large.
We still have some stock ex ‘The Clay Pot’ - glazes both earthenware and stoneware.
Please note that orders for large quantities of premix glazes, kiln furniture or raw materials and plaster will have to be pre ordered telephonically and will take approximately one week to get to our premises in Greenside for collection.
Delivery can be organized in Johannesburg areas for a fee on request.
PLEASE NOTE CASH ONLY – no credit card facilities/EFT on request.
Contact Andrea Fox Van Stryp on 082 396 9887 or email andy@papercake.co.za

SMALL FACTORY FOR SALE


Owner selling her whole small factory plus stock and all the equipment -
· 5 kilns
· 3 wheels
· bats and tools
· deco wheels
· pulse pug
· shelving, rack tables, etc.
· client list and recipes
Lock stock and barrel.
Price: R150 000 o.n.o.
Contact: Hilary Hartley - 082 801 8152 - 071 324 0400 to arrange viewing and discuss directions               -GPS: S 26 13. 927 E 28 39. 267