A Japanese Design
Celebrating the work of 16 Japanese craftspeople, many of whom have made their careers in the UK, this show at The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh spans silverware, jewellery, glass, and a wide variety of ceramics.
Until 29 August; The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
Clay Today: A Showcase Of Ceramics In Isolation
This ceramics-only online exhibition by The Cynthia Corbett Gallery showcases 18 international artists working across earthenware, stoneware and porcelain, spotlighting pieces made during lockdown. The Craft Pottery Charitable Trust will get 10% of all sales, helping to support the ceramics community during this challenging time.
Until 31 August online via The Cynthia Corbett Gallery on Artsy
Of Time and Place
The New Craftsman in St Ives has brought together three makers inspired by the surrounding landscape. Wood turner Adrian Mitchell uses local woods such as oak and sweet chestnut to create his bowls and vessels; ceramic artist Jack Doherty creates soda-fired porcelain in hues reminiscent of sea and sky; while Martha Holmes paints abstract seascapes.
Until 5 September at the New Craftsman, St Ives