Surreal Ceramics I Q&A with Amy Douglas

The restorer turns broken vintage figurines into subversive works of art – and you probably won’t find them on great-granny’s mantelpiece An expert restorer by trade, Amy Douglas started creating anarchic new objects from broken Staffordshire pottery purely for her own amusement – now her surreal creations are taking the ceramics world by storm. As

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What’s New | Spring & Summer Exhibition Highlights

From the queens of contemporary collage to the delicate aquatint etchings of Emiko Aida, here’s what to expect in the gallery as the weather warms up ‘Glitter Bunnies’ We are thrilled to unveil a blockbuster exhibition this May – a hugely exciting joint show, ‘Glitter Bunnies’, featuring British queens of collage Maria Rivans and Bonnie

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Exhibition I ‘Rocks & Stars (and Everything Between)’

Inspired by the natural world and the hidden forces that shape it, painter Michèle Jaffé-Pearce unveils a stunning new collection of abstract oils Fresh for spring, we are delighted to welcome London-based artist Michèle Jaffé-Pearce into the gallery for the first time. Celebrating the energy and beauty of nature, her multi-layered oils burst with colour

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Christmas 2018 Gift Guide | Our Top 10

From ceramics to stationery, books, jewellery and more, here’s our roundup of the fabulous festive gifts you’ll find in our Ealing gallery this Christmas   1. Foodie fun on a plate Illustrated whimsy on a platter from British designer Jimbobart – perfect for the pie-stuffing foodie in your life. We have plenty more in store

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Exhibition | Clare Grossman, ‘New York Suite’

New York’s swirling energy and shifting moods are captured in a glorious suite of etchings and paintings Inspired by the architecture and energy of New York, painter-printmaker Clare Grossman has created a beautifully captivating collection of work celebrating the iconic city. ‘New York Suite’ is a visual skit on the notion of a musical suite:

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What’s New | ‘The Inside Space’, Masters of Etching & More

From etching mastery to landscape photography and the queens of collage, have a peek at our exciting exhibition line-up for the coming months The Inside Space We are delighted to unveil ‘The Inside Space’, a brand new exhibition room on the lower floor of our Ealing gallery, showcasing beautiful prints, paintings and ceramics in a rolling series

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Ceramics | Alison Coaten

‘Tender and intriguing’ figurative sculptures from British ceramicist Alison Coaten are among the exciting new works in our gallery this summer Visitors to our Ealing gallery this summer will already have had the delight of seeing the spectacular clay art of ceramicist Alison Coaten. Tender, often deeply moving, figurative sculptures nestle alongside folkloric animal icons

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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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