Guildford Village Potters' Gallery

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The models made during the recent children's classes are fired and ready to pick up.
The themes and dates for the next holiday classes are listed under 'Pottery Classes' on the side menu.

GVP presents: Wood work by Reg Southern
 See more pictures under 'Exhibitions' on the side menu.
Reg Southern was born in Melbourne and lived in Templestowe until his late teens.
His interest in wood turning started when he was about 12 years old. There was a woodturner living down the road that Reg would stand and watch after school and do odd jobs for him on Saturdays.

Woodturning wasn’t part of his interests again until the early 1980’s when he gradually built up tools, equipment and timber stocks. Since Regs’ retirement 20 or more years ago he has enjoyed his wood work hobby and produced many large and small pieces, some of which include bowls, platters and decorative works of art. He has also made large outdoor tables and coffee tables using a variety of wonderful woods.
Reg Southern now resides at Muchea.
Gallery hours are: 
Monday to Friday:   9.30am to 3pm

Weekends and public holidays:   10am to 4.30pm

Who we are:

Guildford Village Potters' Club was started in 1981 and is now situated in the old policeman's house in Guildford's historical courthouse precinct (which also houses the Swan Valley Tourism Office).


We have 23 members making pottery in a wide variety of styles and prices, from the magic of Raku to fine tableware, sculpture and wall hangings.


We share equally the tasks of running a gallery. New work is displayed almost daily as we arrive to do our rosters.


As friendly and enthusiastic ceramic artists we are always keen to discuss our work and promote our craft.


Tours are very welcome, preferably by appointment, when we are happy to offer demonstrations.


Be sure to visit the Historical Society's Museum while you are here.

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