belatrovians may well want to know what the Ledbury viaduct has in common with our Christmas opening, and the answer is: clay.
Built in 1860, the viaduct was constructed using 5 million bricks made on site from the clay dug out for the foundations; and clay is what brings together a cluster of Ledbury ceramicists.
Wendy Houghton’s delicate abstract sculpture can be seen next to husband Stuart Houghton’s robust hand-thrown tableware, Fleen Doran’s alluring salt-glazed pots next to belatrova’s beautifuly painted slab pots and lamps. It is an exhibition of contrast and style, as well as a chance to buy a unique Christmas gift.
Yes, four ceramicists in one venue, and the ideal Christmas present.
Look out for the red h Art signs. Parking is available, as is disabled access.
Tea, coffee and mince pies will be served.
We look forward to seeing you.