Zulu Zen potter, Andrew Walford, will be hosting an Easter Exhibition from April 14 to 17 (10am to 5pm) in ta delightful country setting in the Shongweni valley overlooking Shongweni Dam and Game Reserve.
Visitors can admire world class Japanese style ceramics in Andrew’s studio and home; and enjoy tea, coffee, homemade lemonade and hot cross buns.
For more information call Leanda on 082 794 7796. You can also go to http://www.andrewwalfordpottery.com
Taking part in this year’s Festival in the Hills are artists taking part in the Living Arts Campaign. Seen here are (from left) Jason Msipa (bead worker and sculptor), Dean Norris (Enza facilitator) and Paul Mazefani (painter). Photo: Val Adamson
Estelle Sinkins talks to DEAN NORRIS from the LIVING ART CAMPAIGN about how they are helping African artists to get better recognition and more money for the work they make. Continue reading
The Phansi Museum at 500 Esther Roberts Road, Glenwood, is hosting the exhibition, Earth-Water-Fire; a festival of clay, from May 14 to July 30. The exhibition opens officially at 10 am on Saturday, May 14.
Shongweni potter, Andrew Walford, is hosting an open day at his home and studio on Sunday, August 23 between10 am and 5 pm. Relax in country setting overlooking Shongweni Dam and view hundreds of flame fired pots. Visitors will also be able to watch Andrew and local potters fire his oil kiln to a white heat. Inquiries: 031 769 1363 or www.andrewwalfordpottery.com