Here are some links to other websites you may find
usefull with regards to Ceramics and Ian Gregory.
www.philrogerspottery.com Phil Rogers' personal site features information on the glazing process, artist background information and details about his latest exhibitions.
www.whereifellinlovegallery.com Where I Fell in Love Gallery. The Shambles, Market Place, Shipton on Stour, Warwickshire, England.
www.scarvapottery.com Paperclay, Glaze and Ceramics Equipment Suppliers.
www.stedmark.com Stedmark specialises in providing a wide range of gas burner solutions.
www.acblackdist.co.uk Publishers of Ian Gregory's books along with many other ceramics related books.
www.vam.ac.uk The Victoria and Albert Museum.
www.oakwoodceramics.co.uk Online Gallery and shop.
www.ceramic-review.co.uk Ceramic Review Magazine.
www.aber.ac.uk The University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
www.studiopottery.com Large collection of photographs of Ian's work. Information on exhibitions by British studio potters; database of artists profiles and pictures.
www.marinehouse-at-beer.co.uk The Steam Gallery.
www.cpaceramics.co.uk The Craft Potters Association. Information about the CPA and it's members along with many good links to other ceramics websites.
Cornwall Ceramics and Glass Group Photos of Ian demonstarting on
21st March 2008.
International Festival of Ceramics Ian was a guest artists in 2005.
La Meridiana International Centre of Ceramics in Tuscany.
Public Art in Port Marine In collaboration with internationally acclaimed sculpture Ian Gregory, Gordano students have investigated the theme of flight, thematically linking with the new Nature Reserve at the edge of Port Marine.
The Arc Gallery Contempory crafts shop.
Mark Smalley - This is an article about Ian Gregory written by Mark Smalley who is a potter from Stoke on Trent.