Artwork

Artwork

April 2020

Jane Bennett

Jane’s work is inspired by the mountains and skies of the Brecon Beacons and walks along the Gower coast. She uses oil, watercolour, acrylic and ink – experimenting with materials and mark making. The aim is produce a work that has the atmosphere, the sense of place rather than a faithfully reproduced view.
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11th August - 17th October 2020

Kenneth Craddock (1911- 1989)

Painter, illustrator, and wood engraver Kenneth worked as an illustrator for the Manchester Guardian before moving to Herefordshire in the 1950’s to become Principal of Hereford College of Art until 1971. During the late 1940’s and 50’s he produced many exquisite wood engravings of Herefordshire scenes when he visited the area and fell in love with this rural landscape – a contrast to his industrialised Northern hometown.
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11th August - 17th October 2020

Ekaterina Khlebnikova

Katya was born in Moscow and graduated from Moscow University of Printing Arts with a specialism in ‘Graphic Arts’. She is a member of the Moscow Union of artists. and participates in many Russian and international exhibitions. Katya likes to experiment and mix materials and techniques creating multiple layers and textures.
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17th November - 28th February 2021

Amy Shuckburgh

Amy’s work combines broad strokes, bold colour and delicate lines, seeking out the emotional core of her subjects. Her landscapes of Cornwall, Wales, the Isle of Man, France as well as London, capture a personal search for space, with instinctive mark-making and use of colour. Amy trained at L’Ecole des Beaux Arts, the Royal Drawing School and the Slade School of Art. Her portrait of the late Nobel Prize-winning playwright Harold Pinter, completed from sittings in 2006, is permanently...
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11th August - 17th October 2020

Kevin Sinnot ma rca

Born 1947 in Sarn, South Wales, Kevin trained at Cardiff College of Art & Design, and at the Royal College of Art, London. Kevin remained in London throughout the 1970s and 80s, building a successful career, exhibiting at leading London galleries, major galleries in the USA and mainland Europe gaining an international reputation.Kevin returned to live in Wales in 1995. While his work is primarily concerned with human relationships, the influence of the south Wales landscape is strongly felt...
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11th August - 17th October 2020

Clementina Van Der Walt

Clementina has been a significant force in South African ceramics for the last three decades. Here is an artist working with a unique purity and vibrancy, from outside the British ceramic tradition. ‘Visually the African urban and rural landscapes provide a source of pattern, texture and colour which I apply in my ceramic work.’‘Clementina’s platters, bowls and cups serve as objects both for use and for contemplation…’
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11th August - 17th October 2020

James & Tilla Waters

‘Our pots are in the tradition of functional domestic ware. We were taught by Rupert Spira, who was taught by Michael Cardew and he in turn by Bernard Leach. There is therefore a legacy of ideas and techniques influencing our work. Yet our collaborative working practice is an extension of our relationship and circumstances, and particular to us. An awareness of the heritage may be important in understanding our work but we don’t feel constrained by it. Functionality provides the immediate...
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11th August - 17th October 2020

Shelagh Wilson

‘My paintings and drawings are primarily an emotional response to a subject rather than what I see. I feel enveloped in another world when I work, just as I do when I read poetry and novels. Favourite writers include Seamus Heaney, Michael Longley, Mary Oliver, Thomas Hardy, George Eliot, Gaston Bachelard and Niall Williams. More recently books that evoke the poetry of landscape – Robert Macfarlane.’ Shelagh completed an MA in Renaissance Literature and Culture in 2006. She taught English up...
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17th November - 28th February 2021

Cornelia O'Donovan MA RCA

Cornelia O’Donovan plays with old folklore and poetry, but in a loose and dreamlike way. She draws particularly on tales native to the British Isles, and especially Celtic poetry and myth. Her paintings are flat, stripped of all perspective or realism, their surfaces hazy and meandering like an old tale retold a thousand times. Roughly rendered yet delicately arranged, she creates patterned compositions reminiscent of old tapestries into which she plants naïve pre-Modern motifs. Cornelia...
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17th November - 28th February 2021

Dawson Stuart Trapnell

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17th November - 28th February 2021

Dylan Bowen

Dylan makes wheel thrown, handbuilt slip decorated functional earthenware. Influences include traditional slipware, music, outsider art, contemporary American ceramics and abstract expressionism.‘ I think my work is an attempt to catch some glimpses of life’s euphoria and communicate them in the best way I can.’ Dylan studied at Camberwell School of Art (1989-91) and was assistant to various potters in the USA, before setting up his studio in Oxfordshire in 1998. He is widely exhibited and reg...
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17th November - 28th February 2021

Louise Brosnan MA RCA

Louise graduated with an MA from the Royal College of Art in 1988, after a printmaking extended study course and Fine Arts degree at Camberwell School of Arts. Since then she has successfully worked in many other art forms including textiles, film/animation and ceramics, with a recent dedicated return to painting. Louise’s work draws on memories of childhood – anxieties and comforts, with references to toys, wallpaper and fabric woven into the accidental marks and textures of the paint.
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10th May 2021

Cornelia O'Donovan MA RCA

Cornelia O’Donovan plays with old folklore and poetry, but in a loose and dreamlike way. She draws particularly on tales native to the British Isles, and especially Celtic poetry and myth. Her paintings are flat, stripped of all perspective or realism, their surfaces hazy and meandering like an old tale retold a thousand times. Roughly rendered yet delicately arranged, she creates patterned compositions reminiscent of old tapestries into which she plants naïve pre-Modern moti...
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10th May 2021

Amy Shuckburgh

Amy is a landscape and figurative artist whose new work is full of colour and energy. Her drawings in pastel, mixed media collages and watercolours convey a sense of delight in the world, through playful and instinctive interpretations of scenes of bluebell woods, hillsides, gardens and still life compositions.Amy trained as an artist at L’Ecole des Beaux Arts, the Royal Drawing School, the Slade School of Fine Art, and the St Ives School of Painting. She studied English at Leeds University an...
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