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23/10/2021

New shop and gallery for Johnstown ceramicist

Sevensisters Ceramics has expanded its business by moving to a new premises on Main Street in Johnstown. The premises, The Black Door, was officially opened recently with a large crowd attending.

Sevensisters Ceramics has expanded its business by moving to a new premises on Main Street in Johnstown. The premises, The Black Door, was officially opened recently with a large crowd attending.

By moving to the new premises, Maeve Sookram has significantly increased the size of her Sevensisters Ceramics workshop. As part of the expansion, The Black Door premises have facilitated a new craft shop and gallery. Visitors can now watch Maeve create her hand-built ceramics and enjoy the gallery experience. Running until Christmas, the gallery is hosting an exhibition of the Limerick photographer of Eamonn O’Mahony, “Georgian Portfolio”.

The Black Door will also display a range of crafts from local producers as well as hosting art and photographic exhibitions. Sevensisters Ceramics is giving night classes from the new premises from January for anyone interested in beginning or continuing hand-built ceramics including slab work, coil making, clay modeling and glazing techniques. Further information is available from Maeve in The Black Door on 056 8838548 or info@sevensistersceramics.com.

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