Pangolins in Pottery

This monumental Pangolin vase is the latest Ardmore piece to join the Wiener collection. Pangolins are believed to be the world’s most illegally trafficked wild mammals. In the last few years, Fée Halsted, the founder and creative director of Ardmore Ceramic Art, has supported the cause of the endangered pangolins

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Prestigious Paperweights

Our Birdwatching at WMODA blogs continue with a closer look at the Royal Crown Derby paperweights collection, which includes an aviary of bird designs in glistening Imari patterns. Dr. Gwendolen Reasoner will be highlighting some rare birds and other animals during our Celebration of Ceramic Art on Friday, September 20. Royal Crown Derby

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Carousel & Carnival

Experience all the fun of the fair at our Carnival & Cabaret exhibition and see our new carousel horse, courtesy of Dr. Pat Sager Lane. Pat will be talking about the fantasy art of British artist Josephine Wall during our Celebration weekend from September 20 – 22 and will tell

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All the Fun of the Fair

Our Carnival & Cabaret exhibit celebrates the art of having fun. This month we are looking back at how ceramic artists have portrayed amusement fairs of the past. Romany gypsies, peddlers, and other travelers were romanticized in the figure collections of Charles Vyse and Royal Doulton during the 1920s. Experience all

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Bowled Over by Fairyland Exhibition

Exhibition Opens September 20, 2019. Daisy’s first Fairyland Lustre design in 1915 was Poplar Trees for the exterior of an Imperial shape bowl. The landscape depicts an Italianate park with trees, statues a fountain and a bridge. The scene was inspired by the fairytale illustrations of Kai Nielsen for In

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The Fantasy Art of Josephine Wall Exhibition

Exhibition Opens on September 20 runs through November 1, 2019 Fantasy is the mirror of the imagination and it gives Josephine the opportunity to create strange and mystical creatures and situations and paint the world how she would like it to be. Josephine Wall’s fantasy is a joyous proposition that

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Princess Badoura

Princess Badoura was the most prestigious and expensive figure ever made by Royal Doulton. It was made to order for wealthy clients for nearly 50 years and a special color version was devised for Harrods of London. Three different models are on display in the Fantastique exhibit at WMODA and

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Paradise in Porcelain

Picnic by a River Picnic by a River Picnic by a River Picnic by a River Pictures in porcelain are practical as well as beautiful as the image is protected by the glaze, never fades and is easily cleaned. Not surprisingly, Wedgwood introduced several rectangular and circular plaques, in their

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A Celebration of Ceramic Art

WMODA & the Gallery of Amazing ThingsCurated Collections of Pottery & Porcelain Art from Britain, America & Europe Exhibits · Expert Talks · Auction · Shop Meet our special guestsMichael Doulton is the fifth-generation descendant of the Doulton company founder and has traveled the world for 35 years as an

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Creative Glass Workshops

Glass is hot at WMODA and will be even hotter this season when we start our new series of creative glass classes with Chelsea Rousso. Her Fused Glass workshops will reflect the colors, light and sizzling sunshine of Florida and the inspirational art at WMODA through the brilliant translucency of

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