Peter Arscott Ceramics

December squelch

The month of December signals the full emergence of the cold winter season and, as the last month of the year, it promises a new beginning in January – who would not be looking forward to that? On the other hand, we’ve learnt to change our habits so much in 2020 that, as a result, bread-making, […]

Fungus

Below knee height: the world of fungi and ceramics

Tree Music

Peter Arscott Ceramics at The Chuffed Store and a meandering autumnal encounter with an enraged squirrel

Wanted

ceramics, Covid and Nature

Clay is good for you

a ceramicist’s meander in a wood

ankle-deep in bluebells

somewhat flippant reflections on what’s happening to us all right now

abstract painting on canvas

Batten down the hatches

somewhat flippant reflections on what’s happening to us all right now