Moving studio to South London, Woolwich

I have moved my studio and house too to South London. It is quite a big change after 14 years living in North London and knowing each corner and shops. It happened during lockdown that my partner closed his restaurant which is at New Cross and It was obvious for us that we live and work so far from each other, let’s try to set up a temporary Ceramics studio in his restaurant and work together.

We put up a nice display from his and my work too. It got great attention from a pass by people and they turned to be customers. We experimented with different materials, techniques, glazes, finally, we had time to create things just for our own pleasure. Mihaly and I had a fantastic time exploring things together and inspiring each other. So we agreed to move in together and finding a new studio for me in South London. I didn’t have to look for so long when I have found the Riverside-Thames studios. One of the biggest Independent studio community in Europe.

I got a brand new studio on my own with great natural light and high ceiling too. I am settling in and working from there. Also, I am planning to hold a sample sale on the 16th of October, Friday 12-6 pm. So please, come and see me there and have a look at my new workshop.

My studio address:
0-110. Edit Juhasz
Harrington Way, Warspite Road
Royal Borough of Greenwich
London SE18 5NR

From the shop

Experiments with volcanic sand

Experiments with volcanic sand

Experiments with volcanic sand. I have made some experiments in January & February, planning to apply for a Ceramics Biennale in Hungary.

Experimenting with PORCELAIN throwing during lockdown

Experimenting with PORCELAIN throwing during lockdown

I do experiments with porcelain throwing during this lockdown time with various shapes, glazes, trying out different techniques and materials. It’s exciting to work with my partner in his closed restaurant which is our temporary studio at this time. We work on a...

Throwing basics: Centralising

Throwing basics: Centralising

The is the first and crucial part of throwing is centralising the clay. It’s very important at the beginning to wedge, prepare the clay before you do anything. Once you have done that, make sure that you have a good throw down to the wheel.   If you couldn’t get...

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