Pottery group gets all fired up again

 Busselton Pottery Group members Brigitta Kurmann-Fischer, Hazel Johnston, Christa Rogers and Joan Kent at last year's exhibition.
Busselton Pottery Group members Brigitta Kurmann-Fischer, Hazel Johnston, Christa Rogers and Joan Kent at last year's exhibition.

The Busselton Pottery Group’s annual pottery exhibition opens on Friday, 30, from 6pm.

Exhibits on display will be both functional and decorative.

The theme for this year’s Exhibition, ALL FIRED UP AGAIN, has been inspired by the effects of the devastating fire earlier this year at the adjacent Old Butter Factory.

Whilst the pottery did not sustain any damage, the building was closed for approximately six weeks.

When the club members were given the all clear to start up again, it was with a fervour to make up for lost

time.

As a tribute to the Old Butter Factory, a special section of the Exhibition will showcase a variety of unique, handmade butter dishes, all made by the club’s members.

This event is open to the public and promises to be a relaxed and stimulating evening of culture, wine and supper nibblies with authentic, individually crafted artworks for display and for purchase. 

The exhibition is being held at the pottery studio and gallery at 76 Peel Terrace, Busselton (next to the Old Butter Factory), from 6pm.

The exhibition will continue for sales 10am to 4pm daily from December 1 to 8. Sales are cash only.