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POTS! An exhibition by Maltese artist that celebrates a fusion of art and nature
The exhibition will be held from the 9th – 30th of June at the Malta Postal Museum & Arts Hub.

Lyndsey Grima

If you’re a lover of vibrant colours, then you’re going to love this exhibition called 'POTS' by Nadya Anne Mangion at the Malta Postal Museum & Arts Hub. Starting from the 9th of June until the 30th of June, this captivating exhibition will be showcasing the artist's latest collection of ceramics.

With almost 30 unique pieces on display, each pot is meticulously hand-built and shaped to mimic the natural environment from which they draw inspiration.

Fired in a raku kiln, these ceramics boast a surprising burst of vibrant colours, reminiscent of the local seascape. The glazes used create a mesmerising effect, with cracked textures and luminous hues that beckon the viewer to explore them further.

Nadya Anne Mangion's pots are not only visually striking but also delightfully tactile. Their rounded shapes and slender bodies invite touch, while the impressed surfaces add depth and intrigue. The artist's attention to detail and craftsmanship shines through in every piece.

Visit the exhibition in June to immerse yourself in the beauty of these extraordinary ceramics. Whether you're an art enthusiast, collector, or simply curious, 'POTS' offers a unique artistic experience that celebrates the fusion of nature and human creativity.

The exhibition launch will be happening on Thursday 8th June at 7 pm at the Malta Postal Museum & Arts Hub. There will also be an artist Meet & Greet on the 10th, 17th and 24th of June from 11.30 am to 1.30 pm where you can have an informal chat and witness Nadya’s wonderful creations.

Will you be attending this exhibition?

1st June 2023


Lyndsey Grima
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Lyndsey Grima
Lyndsey has always been passionate about all things content. She keeps her storytelling skills sharp by exercising physically as she’s a fitness buff and also mentally as she enjoys reading and travelling.

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