Kate Boxer is back again with her latest irresistable witty and affectionate prints of animals and birds, cowboys and friends and this special painting of a donkey.
Roger Law used to be famous. In the 80s and 90s he was the artist and energy behind 'Spitting Image'. The success of the satirical show, which pilloried the rich and famous, made him rich and famous so he quietly deported himself to Australia. His 'Aussie Stuff' is predictably amusing and surprisingly beautiful.
Clare Curtis has produced a stunning handmade book, 'Submerged', a moving response to the 50th anniversary of the floods that devastated the East Coast in 1953 Britain's worst peace-time disaster. The images will also be available individually.
Nicola Contreras coils porcelain clay into exquisite vessels of intuitive organic shapes each one taking on its own irregular form as it is built up. She carves the exterior to refine the shape and to provide translucency before adding the delicate colours and glazes.
Kate Reynolds also works intuitively, drawing into slabs of clay, then stretching and joining them to construct heads in profile, jugs or tile plaques. The work is curious, fluid, joyous and strangely beautiful, the shapes, surface markings and raku firing evocative of an ancient culture.
Dominique Bivar Segurado's work has the theme of natural evolution. The clay of her sculptural pieces, as well as of her dishes and bowls, is cut into eroded and weathered shapes. They appear modern and solidly prehistoric at the same time.
Robina Jack makes a speedy return to the gallery after her sell-out showing of stained glass in August. She has made stained glass earrings and pendants: perfect for Christmas.
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These images are a selection of the works available at the Gallery Please contact the gallery for further information