Christmas Gift Guide | Our Top 10

From prints, prints, prints to books, ceramics, homeware and jewellery, we have the perfect presents this Christmas. Here’s our festive roundup of gifts from our Ealing gallery and online.   ‘Oranges and Snowdrops’ by Jane Walker   Jane Walker’s bold and vibrant still life linocuts take their inspiration from 20th century arts and crafts, 1950s

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Gavin Burnett Ceramics

Ceramics by Gavin Burnett

  Gavin Burnett trained at Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland and left with a BA (Hons) in Applied Arts. Gavin has worked in the ceramic industry and now works as a ceramic specialist in schools and art colleges as well as continuing as a practising artist. We are delighted to be selling a range of his

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Louise Hall Ceramics

Louise Hall | Ceramics

Louise Hall works with porcelain to create fragile and delicate looking hand built forms and vessels. By exploring the structure of porcelain she has learnt how to manipulate this wonderful material to its maximum, before collapse takes effect. The translucent nature of porcelain has furnished great inspiration for lighting; when unglazed and lit, an ethereal and

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Alison Coaten Ceramics

Ceramics by Alison Coaten

Alison Coaten graduated from Loughborough College of Art & Design in 1994 with a first in Fine Art Sculpture; she now lives and works in Lincolnshire. After working in mixed media for her degree Alison returned to clay preferring its immediacy and flexibility. She hand builds in stoneware coiling and sculpting and uses a limited

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Jessica Jordan Ceramics

Jessica Jordan | Ceramics

Jessica Jordan’s ceramics are inspired by the natural corrosion of surfaces, aerial views of landscapes, the contrast of rough and smooth line, pattern and texture that are found on stones and other objects like wood, glass and metal that have been weathered and broken down from natural erosion such as water, frost and heat. Her

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Frances Doherty | Exhibition

Frances Doherty’s work is inspired by flowers and plants and is based on the forms of fruiting bodies, flowers and particularly in the patterns and textures hidden within the secret world of seedpods. Frances collects and photographs them, working from enlarged photos or drawings, so that plants and seedpods are scaled up enabling us to see

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Sue Ure | Contemporary ceramics

Contemporary ceramicist Sue Ure fell in love with pottery and particularly with throwing when studying for her A levels, fascinated by the tactile sensation of throwing and the ability to make functional objects that could be used and enjoyed on a daily basis. Her ceramics are characterised by delicate shapes and the soft, slightly washed-out

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Caroline Nuttall-Smith. Latest work.

On latest window display features ceramics and linocuts by Caroline Nuttall-Smith.  Caroline has a background in in textile design and during her time as a designer developed many techniques of textures, marks, layering and drawing in different media. About eight years ago, after working in print and textiles, Caroline started to produce ceramics as well

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Ceramics by Rose Dickinson

We are delighted to have recently taken a new stock of slimline vases and nightlights by ceramicist Rose Dickinson. These simple and functional ceramics are already proving popular with our customers who have fallen for their delicate appearance; with the floral forms appearing almost ghost like in the surface of the clay. Rose Dickinson’s ceramics

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Ceramics by Emma Williams

Showcased in our current window display is work by Emma Williams who makes decorative low fired ceramics in her Nottingham studio using a variety of techniques. Emma’s bowl forms are made by smoothing flat sheets of black stoneware clay into hand made plaster moulds. After removing them from the moulds she scrapes and smoothes the

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