Exhibition of two master potters at Digby Hoets’ studio in Midrand this weekend

Digby Hoets and Andrew Walford exhibit their pots

Exhibition of two of South Africa’s master potters – Friday 25 to Sunday 27 March from 10am until 5pm.

Digby Hoets who lives and works in Midrand makes beautiful large pots and jars, while Andrew Walford  who lives in KwaZulu Natal is influenced by Japanese and English pottery. Andrew will be demonstrating the art of throwing pots at 11 am on Saturday.  

Cinda Hunter’s Beloved Things is located on the same premises. Her Beloved Things include jewellery, scarves and shawls, textiles , rugs and furniture and artefacts from Africa, south-east Asia, India, Pakistan and the Himalayas.

Digby throwing one of his large pots

Directions to 125, Springfield Rd, Carlswald, Midrand.
From N1 take the New Road off-ramp and follow signs to Crowthorne. At the third traffic light (excluding the one at the off-ramp), which is about 2 km from the highway, turn left into 7th and then first right into Springfield Road. Once you are in SPRINGFIELD ROAD it is the second property on the left and has a wooden fence. Please use either gate. The exhibition is in the studio which is below the house and Cinda is off the courtyard attached to the house.

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