Tag Archives: taz pollard

Taz Pollard – Neon Planters

Artist: Taz Pollard.
Title: Planters
Material: White glazed ceramic with Orange Yellow, Blue and Pink Neon.
Dimensions: Hight: 5.5, Width: 9.5cm.
£ 32 Each

taz1
Contemporary and Versatile Vases and Planters, the white glaze contrasting with the neon dipped bottle bottoms makes these vessels pop with colour!

 More about Taz Pollard

 To view more work by Taz Pollard, please click on the tag in the right column.

Share

What’s in store this Thanksgiving week-end

what's in store nov 1All is ready for the big light switch on tomorrow (Thursday 28th) here on the Barbican. The prawn is it up and the shops will open later. The lights will be switched on by Santa, who will arrive on the RNLI lifeboat. There will be a lantern procession along Southside Street early evening, too. It is of course also Thanksgiving and there will be a ceremony and festivities on the Mayflower steps throughout the day. For all the details, please click here.

what's in store nov 2We have had plenty of deliveries and there is something for everyone and every budget this Christmas. Taz Pollard has sent us some of her brightly coloured work. You can find out more about it here.

Our range of smaller gifts and handmade Christmas decorations is ever growing with new deliveries by Louise Thompson, Rebecca Harvey, Loula Bells, Sam Sale-Parkes, Rebecca Fierek, Melanie Guy and many more.

what's in store nov 3

Kate Packer has made a range of wirework Christmas decorations as well as wonderful framed wire insects.what's in store nov 4

We also have plenty of new work by very popular ceramicists Lincoln Kirby-Bell and Iris Milward.

If you cannot make it down to the Barbican in Plymouth, why not have alook at the selection in our online gallery.

There is more Barbican wide late night shopping coming up on Wednesdays 4th and 11th December (details here).

 

Share

New work just in by Taz Pollard

Taz1Many of you will remember Taz’s innovative work from last year’s Westcountry Potters exhibition. At the time Taz had just completed her MA and developed several works combining ceramic and plastics, which were very popular.

Her work has continued to attract attention and she has developed the techniques further.Taz2 Most recently, she was asked to make a range for ‘Heal’s’. Her most recent work still draws on traditional forms like baluster jugs, cider bottles and costrels, but she taken both the scale and the colouring much further.Taz3

She has also developed new ways of attaching plastic handles to her ceramic baluster jugs. We are really excited to have her work back at 45 Southside  and to see her develop into a very unique and successful ceramic artist.taz4 Watch out for Taz Pollard’s work in our online gallery or better still come and see it in person at 45 Southside Gallery on Plymouth’s historic Barbican.

Share

What’s in Store this Month

There is a great article in Ceramic Review about ceramic artist Jenny Beavan who works in china clay. We stock Ceramic Review, Craft Arts, Crafts and Craft and Design magazines as well as Jenny’s work.

The beginning of April has been busy with new work delivered by Lincoln Kirby-Bell, Noah Taylor, Taz Pollard, Jan Brewerton, Kate Packer and Loula-Bells.

We will also be launching a new web-site very soon, with a new an improved blog and online gallery. The old site is still there, if you would like to view a selection of work available.

 

Share