Guildford Village Potters' Club
Gallery open 7 days 10am to 4pm except Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday & Anzac Day

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Guildford Village Potters' Club was started in 1981 and is now situated in the old policeman's house in Guildford's historical courthouse precinct.

You will find us at 22 Meadow Street, Guildford - right next door to the Swan Valley Tourism & Information Centre!

We are open every day (EXCEPT New Year's Day, ANZAC Day, Good Friday, Christmas & Boxing Day) 10am to 4pm daily.

We have 23 members making pottery in a wide variety of styles and prices, from the magic of Raku to fine tableware, sculpture and wall hangings.

We share equally the tasks of running a gallery. New work is displayed almost daily as we arrive to do our rosters.

As friendly and enthusiastic ceramic artists we are always keen to discuss our work and promote our craft.

Tours are very welcome, preferably by appointment, when we are happy to offer demonstrations.

Any questions - we welcome your call on 9279 9859 or please email us on:  [email protected]

Be sure to visit the Historical Society's Museum while you are here.

 Jo Haythornthwaite is a West Australian self-taught artist.

With a degree in graphic design from Perth Technical College, she has been involved in many areas of design including children’s clothing, advertising, brochures, photo shoots, promotions and illustrations using both hand and computer-generated design.

Throughout her career Jo has always created her own artwork producing commissions in painting and holding exhibitions of her collages.

Jo is also the writer & illustrator of a children’s book “Daniel’s Investigation” a story about the Dolphin Watch program. This is published by the WA Dept of Parks and Wildlife and is available on their website.

Jo's current abstract paintings reflect the feelings and emotions

she felt on her travels to Alice Springs

and the nearby McDonnell and George Gill Ranges.

The acrylic paint on canvas paintings are an interpretation of the light, colour & texture of the landscape, reflecting the quiet sense of distance &  stillness.

The “Copic” marker and pen works are representations of the texture and colour of rocks, cliff faces, tree bark and landscape.

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