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Aongus Gordon, last seen at Nailsworth Mill.

Aongus on the march in London.

Aonghus Gordon then
and in a newspaper article 2002.

Aonghus on the march
in London.


Ali(son) Coath... are you out there?


.... and this was your boyfriend.

Ali(son) Coath
are you out there?

.... and this was your boyfriend
Ian Allen
.


Sue Dunne, profile via Links page.


Denise Horler... your boyfriend was Terry.

Sue Dunne
profile via Links page.

Denise Horler
your boyfriend was Terry.


  It's always good to have a willing model.

It's always good to have a willing model.
.

..and in the pottery studio.

... and back into that library again.

Ann Lee in the library
at the Court... '74
(mouseover photoswap)

Susan Mitchisson
You did pottery in the same
studio as Ann. - '75

Pam Sayle from Wantage,
furcoat from Oxfam! - '76
(mouseover photoswap)

Nicki Bell, my ceramic friend. Where are you now?

Nicki Bell, my ceramic friend.
Where are you now? - '78
.

Rosey Jones, painter,
in her room at Weavers. - '78

Denise Horler, outside the
pottery studio at the rear of
the horseshoe stable block - '76 

Janet Saxton (McFarlane)
in that, Laura Ashley
'Loopy Loo' skirt - '78




Julia Underwood


David Green, waxing lyrical about glazes.

Julia Underwood (Harris)
in B26 pottery studio - '77

David Green, waxing lyrical
about glazes, while talking to a brick wall!


Thanks to Neil Adcock & Paul Coope for remembering some of these names,
and to Jacqui Alden for spotting the article on Aonghus.

Edith Raaby has sent in this snapshot of 3rd year ceramic students in July 1974,
having a break while putting up their degree show.

From left to right:
Denise Lever, Ling Warlow (age2), Edith Warlow (now Raaby),
Rosemary Matthews
, Joan Norman, Mary Garcia, Tony Carter, ?, ? .
visit her website  edith raaby's website click on the teapot

Eddie Curtis did ceramics from 1973 to '76
here's three photos from his collection.

First year workshop with Edward Hughes to left. My workspace in far corner.
I think the spikey pot front right is by Liz Aylief but could be Caroline Pickles
.

Margaret and Eddie down Middlewick Lane the day before our daughter Layla was born. She crawled around the floor sometimes in B26. Layla is reasonably famous now (had a piece bought by Nic Serota for Tate Modern), youngest artist ever to have been bought by Tate, we are led to believe.
 

I have a sequence of Mick Casson throwing a pitcher, also of Pete Hunt's (72-75) exhibition at Monks Park.


Visit their website by clicking on those
copper red jugs
.

Me throwing, in the stable block.
Eddie & Margaret Curtis's website

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