Guildford Village Potters' Gallery

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Each year, Guildford Village Potters takes on students who have a passion for all things clay. Most are novices, but many are returning to hone their skills after years away from creating. Many of the students are long term, as they enjoy their Saturday mornings together.

Our two teachers, Janice Bradley and Frank Smith, have years of experience in teaching wheel throwing and all aspects of hand building with clay. Classes are held four times weekly, so there is a time to suit everyone.

Some beautiful work has been produced throughout the year. The students are proud (and a little bit nervous), to have their pieces put on display for all to enjoy the process of learning the craft of becoming a potter.

Please visit the Gallery from Friday 17th November to Tuesday 5th December.
Opening hours are 10am to 4pm daily.
Guildford Village Potters, 22 Meadow Street, Guildford WA ( 08) 92799859
We are now open from 10.00am to 4.00pm every day of the week.

Janice Bradley and Frank Smith, teachers at GVP.

See more student work under 'Exhibitions' on the side menu.

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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