Waterstones in Northallerton hosts ‘Potty about Pots: Arts and Crafts for Home and School’
Free Craft Afternoon was held at Waterstones in North Allerton to commemorate Grace Bull’s ‘Potty about Pots: Arts and Crafts for Home and School’. The main theme of the event was to highlight the significance and use of pottery in our life.
The book is about the art of ceramics and how it has evolved throughout the human history. The prominence of art and its use in different aspects of life has remained the significant part of the book.
The author discusses that how the artistic legacy of people from ancient Egyptians to modern Europeans has been progressed. The book will take you on an amazing journey through time and geography with a lot of fun activities and thoughts to be shared with your children and students.
The book is very educational and has a lot of hidden information about the unique nature of different kind of ceramics that we do not know of.
The author got her BA (Hons) in History of Art, Religious studies and theology from Leeds University and got Master’s Degree in Fine and Decorative Arts at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London. She has worked at an auction house and International Art consultancy.
She got her teaching assistance qualification and after realizing the lack of Art related activities in School, she started to write her blog which is full of art and craft activities for toddlers all the way up to young teachers.