A weekend celebrating ceramics will take place at a Carmarthenshire landmark later this month.

The National Botanic Garden of Wales and South Wales Potters will host 'Ceramica Botanica' on April 20 and 21, offering visitors a range of exhibitions, workshops and more.

More than 25 of South Wales' talented potters will gather in the Great Glasshouse to exhibit their masterpieces, giving the public a rare chance to witness the artistry on display.

The event is a unique opportunity to see a multitude of potters from across South Wales, all converging at the garden for one weekend only.

Attendants can explore the realm of ceramics further as these visiting artists share their skills and run engaging workshops throughout the weekend.

On the programme are captivating demonstrations including raku firing and an assortment of making and decoration techniques.

From gas-fired raku vases to delicate porcelain mugs, jewellery and more, the array of creations will not only be on show, but will also be available for purchase.

But it won't only be the works of these expert potters at the exhibition.

Second-year students from the Carmarthen School of Art's ceramics/jewellery degree will also showcase their skills.

Currently engaged in a professional skills module, these students will provide a sneak-peek into their upcoming exhibition, which they will organise and curate.

With the recent attention on pottery due to The Great Pottery Throwdown, 'Ceramica Botanica' is perfectly-timed, catering to a renewed interest in this captivating art form.