Summer Studio Life

The long summer days have been quieter for me in the studio, re-grouping after trade shows in the first part of the year, packing up gallery orders secured at said shows and planning for the second half of the year before it gets really busy in the run up to Christmas.

During this time it is easy to loose motivation and drift outside to basque in the sun, and of course I must confess I had a couple of lazy days. However the lure of the kiln glow drew me back in and I have spent the last few weeks squirreled away dreaming up new pieces and testing fresh glazes. During which time it dawned on me how lucky I am to have my very own creative space in which to spend my days.

I wanted to share a glimpse into my time spent in my little space tucked away on the fourth floor of a giant old mill factory building in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. I am looking forward to getting out and about exhibiting at six lovely shows running over the next few months, hopefully I will see you there!

Published by Katherine Lees

A designer maker specialising in ceramics, mixed with textiles and metal.

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