Work Featured in our Front Room Gallery


Below is a small selection of cups that are in the gallery at present. If you are interested in purchasing any of the following items, send me an email to arrange payment and freight.

More of Brendan’s Work

Speckled Teacup I

$52

Speckled Teacup II

Sold

Speckled Teacup III

Sold

Speckled Teacup IV

Sold

Flared Top Speckled Cup

Sold

Green Speckled Cylinder Cup

Bird  with  Two Dots $52

Green Speckled Cylinder Cup

Bird with Lines $45

Thrown and Pinch Cup

Sold

Espresso Cup

Green Handle Blue Inside $40

Espresso Cup

Red Handle $40

Flared Top Speckled Cup

Green $52

Espresso Cup

Green Handle Blue Inside $40

Espresso Cup

Yellow Handle Blue Inside $40

Green Loose Thrown Cup

Sold

Espresso Cup

Sold

Espresso Cup

Green Handle Lilac Inside $40

Green Speckled Cylinder Cup

Kiwi  $52

Espresso Cup

Blue Disc Handle $40

Espresso Cup

  Sold

Green Speckled Cylinder Cup

Speckled Green $52

Thrown and Pinched Cup

Speckled Blue  Sold

Loose Thrown Cup

Yellow  Sold

Yellow Speckled Cylinder Cup

Two Dots  Sold

Yellow Speckled Cylinder Cup

Ladder Sold

Loose Thrown Cup

Green and Brown Kiwi $45

Loose Thrown Cup

Green and Brown Moles $45

Loose Thrown Cup

Yellow and White $45

Loose Thrown Cup

Orange and White $45

Honey Picture Tree

 Sold

Turquoise Cylinder Cup

Sold

Espresso Cup

Sold

Printed Cup “Couple"

Height 8.5cm Sold

Turquoise Cylinder Cup

 Sold

Turquoise Cylinder Cup

 Sold

Loose Thrown Cup

Sold

Loose Thrown Cup

 Sold

A Year of Cups

An Exhibition of 365 Cups

In 2017 Brendan's project was to focus in on cups. Fifty-two cups seemed too little a target to aim for so he decided to go for it and make 365 cups, one for each day of the year. If you buy the whole show out you won't have to wash cups for a whole year!

“Over this year I have been making cups for this show, the aim was to have one unique cup for every day of the year. The simple cup is one of the basic items that most potters produce over their career. They are made to be used everyday and with this continuous contact you can develop a strong personal relationship with a favourite cup. Hopefully some of these cups will end up being someone’s special cup.”

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