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Rah Rivers  Love Letter Tree mosaic

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Alexis Snell  A little poison  lino block print on glass

‘Artist in the Garden’, our late summer show is now open.

Blooms, blossoms and garlands galore…

Highlights include… exquisite mosaics by Rah Rivers, that run parallel to her paintings of birds, angels, flowers and trees; humorous, one-of-a-kind lino block prints on vintage glass by Alexis Snell; George Rowlett’s delicious oil paintings of flowers from his garden and new collections of ceramics by James Burnett Stuart and Winchcombe Pottery to name a few…

Our ceramic collections continue at the Chapel, Market Street, just a few minutes walk.

 

George Rowlett Foxgloves & Rose Pink Perpetue, Walmer

George Rowlett  Foxgloves & Rose Pink Perpetue  oil on board

Edlas flowers2‘A gift made and given to me on the opening night of the Chapel by my lovely daughter – thanks Edla, so appreciated… and thank you so much to Clive Hicks-Jenkins, what an unexpected delightful gift, a limited edition print from ‘The Mare’s Tale’ published by The Old Stile Press.’ Pauline

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Sonia Delaunay Tate catalogue £29.99, one or two Tanja Malo Liberty & Hemp bracelets £17 each & a card

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A bundle of delicious handmade Unison Pastels, intense pigment

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Wrappings by John Derian & Jessie Chorley, leaf ribbon & a few of Penguin’s Great Food series

 

 

 

 

For Mother’s Day chose a card, some wrappings, ribbon or twine. Make something special for the one who always loves you.

Take a Clementina Van Der Walt handled bowl, personalise with some very early spring flowers out of your garden or hedgerow e.g. a primula, celandine or fritillary (snake’s head). Ribbon and label.

 

 

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Andrew Ludick – small & medium earthenware bowls £40/ 80

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Andrew Ludick – small & large earthenware bowls £40/ 147

To celebrate the food festival again this year we have stunning collections of ceramics by some of the best contemporary ceramic makers.

Just arrived …the bold, distinctive patterned bowls of Andrew Ludick. Having originally studied illustration at Columbus College of Art, Andrew changed his focus away from painting and drawing to working with clay after moving to Ireland in 2003. He is influenced by the arts of the indigenous cultures of Africa and the Americas along with work by Paul Klee, Joan Miro, Thelonious Monk and Eric Dolphy.

…new work by a long time favourite of ours, Dylan Bowen, who has been having a really successful year with a demonstration and talk at The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford alongside a joint exhibition at the Oxford Ceramics Gallery with his renowned father Clive Bowen. (See images below)

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Andrew Ludick – assorted bowls

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Andrew Ludick – assorted bowls

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Dylan Bowen – thrown slipware vase £300

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Dylan Bowen – collection of small slipware plates £60 each

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Dylan Bowen – oval slipware plate £240

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Dylan Bowen – oval slipware plate (detail)

 

 

 

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Paintings by Nina Feldman & Susie Bright

 

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Painting by Jane Bennett, ceramics by James & Tilla Waters

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Paintings by Carl Arroyo & Annica Neumuller

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Work on paper by Helen Booth

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Work by Helen Booth, Diana Heeks & Conrad Clarke

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Paintings by Kumar Saraff & Thomas Hashett

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Paintings by Kumar Saraff, Susie Bright & Annica Neumuller

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Ceramics by Dylan Bowen, Dan Hides & James Burnett-Stuart

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Jewellery by Syann van Niftrik

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Peg dolls by Rachel Larkins

 

exterior 11Now open!

A Late Summer Show…

Collections of artworks – paintings, drawings, printworks, ceramics and jewellery.

Visit our current exhibition page and see a wonderful show of work.

Something for everyone…

 

b stedman 2b stedman 2 detailb stedman 1b stedman 3We are showcasing a new maker, Barry Stedman, alongside our current exhibition with painter Kumar Saraff.

Barry makes slab-built or hand thrown and altered pieces using stunning, vibrant colours and strong mark making.

‘My ceramics are influenced by the drawings that I make in places that I find interesting and inspiring. I like to explore exciting relationships between colour, texture and form, motivated by light and atmosphere. I work with strong, simple forms often in series exploring a particular theme thrown up by a place, a drawing or a memory. I try to make the work feel fresh, spontaneous and full of energy. I usually work with red earthenware clay, painted, scratched and marked with coloured slips, stains and oxides.’

Barry studied ceramics at the University of Westminster and has been a studio assistant to Edmund de Waal since graduating. He is a professional member of the Craft Potters Association and Contemporary Applied Arts. He has shown his work extensively and is a regular exhibitor at Ceramic Art London (RCA), Earth & Fire (Rufford) and Art in Clay (Hatfield House).