The art and craft of clay is mesmerising, and a regular, Richard Naylor can be found on the Community House deck near the hub of the Market . Richard learned his particular form of clay work while in Japan and is happy displaying his pots and throwing on the wheel, you'll find him at most Markets throughout the year. The different types of things that can be crafted from clay is endless, we can't show it all on the day.. But you might like to learn, It's not just about mud, it's about fire, form and inspiration.

If you would just like to find out some more information about our group or have any questions regarding any of the information provided on this site, then just click here to email us and we will endeavour to respond promptly. If you are local, then why not drop by on one of our club nights. You will normally find a group of us there any Wednesday or Thursday evening between 7pm and 9pm. As an alternative you could drop by on the last Sunday of any month and combine a visit to our studio with a visit to the popular Titirangi Market? Our studio is located in the lower half of the Titirangi Community House. The studio entrance is gained from the rear of the house, just follow the decked walkway through our native bush surroundings.

To celebrate NZ Pottery week and more importantly bring greater awareness to the general public about the talented ceramic artists and potters residing in the West Auckland region, Titirangi Potters Club hosted a show. The aim of the show was to complement the traditional pottery display with live demonstrations and many hands-on events, so that both young and old could experience the delights of playing with mud. What follows is a brief journal of the day. Well the weather forecast predicted torrential rain, gales and a cold southerly. So as we set things up on Saturday morning, it was a case of "we have come this far, we'll just have to go ahead and hope for the best. Only Lorraine seemed unperturbed, as she said "I just don't see bad weather being a problem".