With the closure of the Doulton Lambeth Studio, Agnete set up
a workshop in her home in Acton. She bought a reasonable size
electric kiln and acquired an industrial wheel, similar to the
kind she had used at Bullers and Doultons.
art colleges in and around London meant that she could use their
firing facilities as well as her own.
the late 50's. Agnete along with many fellow potters was
actively involved in the establishment of the Craftsmen's
Potters Association (CPA). It was here and at many other
prestigious exhibitions and venues around Britain that her
work was shown.
Hoy outside CPA shop with Ray Finch, Eileen Lewenstein and
this period Agnete taught at a number of colleges around the south
east of England.
Hammersmith College of Art 1961-1980
West Surrey College of Art & Design (Farnham) from 1961
Richmond Adult College from 1962.
7cm High slip painted porcelain
cat. no. 78
in her own workshop and fired at Farnham
18cm diameter stoneware carved under glaze
cat. no. 304
Agnete with Henry
Hammond at Wrecclesham Pottery in the 1970's
With Lisa Enquist
& students from Farnham in Wales