Essex museum features some of East Anglia’s finest works of art

PUBLISHED: 16:13 14 October 2010

Alan Foxley will be showcasing his work

Alan Foxley will be showcasing his work

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SAFFRON Walden Museum is showcasing a new display that sheds light of the work of the modern potter.

Colin Sauders with one of his pieces

A Handful of Potters shows the works of Alan Foxley, Colin Saunders, Ray Auker, Tony Pugh, Jeremy Nichols and Juliet Gorman.

Using ordinary clay they have produced objects of both beauty and practicality. The work takes influences from Africa and armour to aeronautics and beetles.

All the pottery is for sale and the exhibition continues daily until November 7. Usual entrance charges apply. Further details are available from the museum on 01799 510333 or from Mr Foxley on 01799 522631.


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