Posts Tagged: Walsall Studio ceramics

Update on making pots with Walsall Ceramics

Back on a warm June day we had a workshop with David from Walsall Ceramics where some lovely bonsai pots were made. to see original post….. https://swindon-bonsai.co.uk/2018/06/23/2018-pottery-workshop-with-david-jones-from-walsall-studio-ceramics/

Swindon bonsai pots

Following on from the very successful day of bonsai pot making in July this year with David Jones of Walsall Studio Ceramics here are our pots. We are pleased as punch with them and they all came out of the kiln in one piece and are now ready for planting up.

Walsall Pottery Workshop

What an amazing day, it has given us all a greater appreciation of the time, work and detail that goes into making bonsai pots. It was a lot of fun too; we were all engrossed in our pot making throughout the day and what made the day was David Jones from Walsall Studio ceramics. He is… Read more »

Swindon Winter Image Bonsai Show 2017

Paul Bowerbank (Chairman of Swindon Bonsai Club), James Thomas (BBC Wiltshire), Moira Bowerbank Swindon Bonsai makes BBC Radio Wiltshire Exciting news, Paul Bowerbank, our Chairman was on BBC Wiltshire today on the James Thomas Break Show talking about our Winter Image Bonsai Show at Swindon tomorrow, Sunday 26th February at the Grange Leisure Centre, Grange Drive, Stratton St… Read more »

Bonsai @ Capel Manor 2016

There were two clubs exhibiting at Capel Manor and they were Splinter Group and Middlesex Bonsai Society and both displays were very good. There were lots of traders including Walsall Studio Ceramics, Gordon Duffett, Ken Leaver of WindyBank Bonsai, Lee Verhorevoort , Corin Tomlinson, Reid bonsai, Clive Mckintyre , Bonsai tag and many more.  There were… Read more »

Traders @ Spirit of Shohin 2016

If you wanted an opportunity to buy a bonsai or anything bonsai related then this was an ideal place to go to find everything you ever need for bonsai at this weekends Spirit of Shohin Show 2016. It was held at the RHS Gardens at Wisley, Surrey which was a superb venue and the traders… Read more »