Thank you for your patience and consideration in these uncertain times. We really appreciate your understanding and support as we work through the challenges to get the studio up and running again, whilst keeping everyone safe. Ann enjoyed her pottery session last week and said… “We really enjoyed the pottery class and the time spent in your […]
Spring and Summer events that we had planned, as well as pottery courses, are all on hold. We will re-start courses as soon as possible and will be in touch with our students. For pottery to cheer yourself up or as a gift for someone in social isolation, please email (firstname.lastname@example.org), use the contact form […]
You are welcome to visit North Marston Pottery for a Christmas Open Studio event, Friday 13th, Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th December, 10am-4pm. A stress-free shopping environment, with Marc on hand to chat about pots, glazes and anything ceramic! Hope you can make it.
Oxford Arts Market is located in the beautiful and iconic setting of Broad Street Oxford in the shadow of may of the City’s famous landmarks. The Market features Marc Fraser’s pots and stunning glazes, as well as many other designer makers. […]
North Marston Pottery is taking part in a vibrant selling exhibition in the beautiful period building of Aylesbury County Museum, timed perfectly at the end of November to pick up a unique and special gift for Christmas.
Off the Wall Art Fair is a popular and vibrant selling show with a mix of contemporary paintings, prints, ceramics, sculpture, jewellery, photographs and glass from 30 artists. With a range of prices to suit all pockets, you can buy and take away on day of purchase in time for Christmas.
A fabulous opportunity to buy original works of art and craft from makers in Broad Street Craft Market, Oxford on 21 and 22 September / 30 Nov and 1 Dec.
Lots to see and do during Bucks Arts Weeks (8th-23rd June) North Marston pottery is No. 47 in the brochure and open most days (please check dates before visiting.)
North Marston Pottery is happy to be back in the beautiful grounds of Mapledurham House, on the banks of the Thames, not far from Reading. Treat yourself to ceramics, crafts, interesting foods and simply “get away from it all” for a day.