http://www.lisieux-tourisme.com/bouger/cours-et-ateliers/

 

http://ceram-maguite.jimdo.com/

The site for Maguite Hommais-Gaudin, my pottery teacher

 

http://www.latelierderic.fr/

The site for the craftsman who made the beautiful sign in pyrography which is situated at the entrance to our garden

 

http://www.manche.fr/patrimoine/musee-regional-poterie-N.aspx

https://terresdechange.com/

The websites of the pottery museum in Ger (61) run by a young friendly team

 

http://www.glencolmcille.ie/crow.htm

The page devoted to the Crow Pottery workshop which is run by Gerald and Beryl, potters who I visit every time I stay in Donegal

 

http://www.artbyconal.com/

The site of my Irish artist friend whose gallery is not far from Crow Pottery

 

https://www.facebook.com/Mountcharles-Pottery-Craft-Jewellery-Studio-299634463468711/?fref=ts

The Facebook page of Stephen Nolan, a very friendly potter in Mountcharles, Co. Donegal

 

http://www.sueureceramics.com/

The site of an English ceramist I met in Gers in July 2016

 

http://sophiacalvados.jimdo.com/l-association/

An association near Creully (14) which organise a potters' market each May

 

https://www.facebook.com/marcotortarolo1959?fref=ts

The Facebook page for Marco Tortarolo, the Italian ceramist I met in 2014 at Moulins-la Marche (61) and who gave me my first lesson on the potter's wheel.

 

https://northshorepottery.co.uk/

The website for a potter I met in Scotland at Latheron.

 

http://mudnessceramics.weebly.com/

A second potter met in Durness, Scotland.

 

http://www.maggiezerafa.com/

 A third one, met on the Isle of Skye.