Monday, February 29, 2016


Association of Arts Pretoria 
Saturday April 9  
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

To market, to market, to sell a fat ----- WHAT
It may be a jug or it may be a pot
A sculpture, a vessel  - a platter or two
But join in the market whatever you do!

This is an invitation to all the members of CSA Gauteng to book their tables for this year’s Potters Market at the Association of Arts gallery in Pretoria.
When : Saturday April 9   Time: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Cost R200 per table. Any extensions or add ons (no bigger than a table) to the normal tressle table are free if the event is held outdoors. Should rainy weather move the market indoors, only 1 table per member and no extensions will be allowed due to space constraints.
Bring your own cloths, umbrellas, chairs, cash box etc. as usual.
Numbers will be limited so that in the case of inclement weather, we can all fit inside – as was the case last year. So – first come, first served.

Book now by sending your name and table fee to Cynthia – tel.: 074 703 4399 – email:

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Share A Studio

I am looking for a vibrant person to share and help develop my Pottery studio in Raedene
(near Orange Grove).
I have kilns and wheels and space to work.
I would like someone who needs a studio space for the development of their art
and would also consider occasional teaching on the side.
The rent is low and there are many benefits. call Lisa on 074 104 2276 if you are interested, to set up an appointment.

Monday, February 1, 2016


Towards the end of 2015 Wendy Goldblatt well-known ceramicist and Peta Hunter established stylist & exhibition curator joined forces to open a gallery specializing in ceramics and ceramic sculpture.  The idea came about as Wendy felt there aren’t enough outlets to showcase and sell ceramics in Gauteng.

The Space Between at Peta’s Place opened in October with an exhibition of Lisa Firer’s porcelain tea lights and vessels.  It was followed by Lalage Hunter with her carved terracotta pots and Wendy Goldblatt’s boldy decorated porcelain bowls and in December a group exhibition was held of Original Objects which consisted of exquisitely handcrafted jewellery, fabrics and ceramics.  All three exhibitions were very successful and well received. Visitors loved the ambience of the space and have indicated an interest in  future exhibitions and activities .

In February we are opening with some ceramic history -  an unusual exhibition of a collection of original art deco vessels & objects. 

This will be followed by an exhibition of jugs of all shapes, sizes and uses,  and after that a teapot exhibition of intriguing & imaginative teapots. If you would like to participate in either the jug or the teapot exhibition, please let us know as soon as possible or start making either or both!

We also intend to show ceramic sculptures both small and large as we have a beautiful garden space for larger outdoor work.

We will be holding one man shows, group exhibitions and special themed exhibitions throughout the year.

We are currently looking for potters who have existing work they would like to show or who are planning an exhibition and/ or who would be interested in making pieces for one of our specific forthcoming exhibitions. Remember, our exhibition of jugs will be coming up soon and we would be delighted if you would enter some pieces for this exhibition.

If you are interested, please contact us - we would love to meet with you and discuss your work or if you are out of Joburg please email images of your pieces.

Looking forward to hearing from you.
Peta and Wendy

Contact details:
Peta Hunter:      Cell 082.5664026

Wendy Goldblatt:  Cell: 082.3363233