Queuing for the bus at the Park and Ride - numbers were seriously under-estimated and as a result the 3 mile journey to Waterperry Gardens took us 1&1/2 hours!
Graham blowing a blank for a Wave Form
Anthony Wassell takes the blank onto the pontil iron for Graham
Anthony takes the finished blank to the lehr
Graham shows a prepared blank
Graham takes a pre-heated blank out of the kiln to work it
Sadly, the re-heated blank shattered
A Graham Muir Wave Form selected for the 'Best of the Best'
Another Graham Muir in 'Best of the Best'
Another Graham Muir Wave Form with Layne Rowe 'Woven' vessels behind
Layne preparing to pick up black and white canes for a 'Woven' bowl
Layne picks up the canes
Twisting the canes for the woven effect
Tim takes the piece on the pontil rod
Layne cuts the neck
Smoothing the base
Finishing the piece, which after annealing will be cut and fire polished
A finished example of a black and white 'Woven' bowl
Layne Rowe 'Woven' bowl selected for the 'Best of the Best' display
Glass by Scott Benefield
Vase by Scott Benefield (now mine!)
Queuing for the bus back to the Park and Ride - another hour's wait!