Peter Arscott Ceramics

Want to know what Nasocarpia is?

The effect of rutile on ceramics, and nasocarpia explained.

Marmite explained

Black & white ceramics exhibition in Exbury’s Palais des Vaches

Swimming, eating, drinking.

pottery here is also associated with the great names of Catalan art: Gaudí, Miró, Dalí and, though born in Malaga, Picasso.

Someone to watch over me

A whimsical exploration of custodians, ceramic or otherwise, of domestic and work spaces.

Adeus, Astrud.

Peter Arscott Ceramics on the sublime world of song.

Potters and solitude

This is a post about the consequences of working too much by oneself.

My conversation with Eric

my up-and-coming ceramic exhibition and a conversation with a rodent

Going anywhere near Chichester?

  Hello all. Apologies for the brevity of this blog (though some of you might be relieved to be spared the usual ramblings). Oxmarket Contemporary is hosting its first of the Open Winners’ Exhibitions on 14th – 25th February.  The Open offered five categories of submission including the applied arts (craft), drawing and illustration, painting, print and photography […]