New Ashgate Gallery champions the best of contemporary art and craft providing an unparalleled resource in Farnham, Surrey and beyond
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Known for selecting contemporary art and craft of the highest quality, the gallery team has handpicked artists and makers from across the country. The exhibition presents glass, ceramics, jewellery, sculpture, prints and paintings by more than sixty talented established and emerging artists.
All work is handmade, making it unique and perfect for those looking for that special Christmas gift! Find unusual craft-led gifts as well as inspiration on everything from original printmaking to unique British jewellery designs. A must see Christmas show for all novice and expert lovers of art and craft.
Painting, drawing and print by: Nick Bodimeade, Mychael Barratt, Clare Caulfield, Helen Brown, Graham Evernden, Emily Faludy, Emma Harding, Jennifer Jokhoo, Susie Lidstone, David Scott Moore, Fiona Pearce, Chris Sercombe, Tessa Pearson, Virginia Ray, Ruth Taylor, Philip Tyler and Catherine Warren.
Sculpture by: Celia Allen, Helena Curry, Faye Mayo, David Mayne, Edward Willis, Jillian Riley, Richard Jack and Liane Matthews.
Raku fired ceramic
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Celia Allen studied Ceramics at Hammersmith College of Art. At this time the emphasis was mainly on throwing but she now focuses on Animal Sculpture influenced primarily by the rural environment in which she lives. Whilst head of Ceramics at St Leonard's Mayfield Celia continued to produce her own work, exhibiting and having studios both in the UK and abroad. She now works and teaches from her studio in East Sussex. Celia says: I use various clays, and pieces are either Raku fired or High fired Stoneware. My aim is to capture the essence, spirit and movement of the animal not to produce a realistic copy.