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Summer Craft Collection

20 April to 31 August 2019

Summer Craft Collection

Our specially selected craft collection includes a delightful and varied collection of ceramics, jewellery, and textiles by makers which include; Richard Baxter, Jenny Chan, Ken Eardley, Alysa Freeman, Diane Griffin, Rebecca Halstead, Helen Harrison (Kilnworks), Abigail Marsh, Tessa Pearson, Mitch Pilkington, Catherine Rua, Katalin Szallas, Yo Thom and many more

Free family workshops: Crafting Flowers & Celebrate Farnham in Bloom with Us. Join us for a drop-in session at Picnic in the Park, Gostrey Meadows, 30 June, supported by Farnham Town Council.

Georgie Gardiner - Vessel, Black, Blue-Grey and White Leaf

Georgie Gardiner

Vessel, Black, Blue-Grey and White Leaf

Ceramic

Ref: 96798

23 (H) cms

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Georgie Gardiner

Georgie studied Workshop Ceramics at Harrow between 1993-96.
She ran her studio at The Chocolate Factory in Stoke Newington for ten years before moving to Surrey where she now has a garden studio. She is a member of The Surrey Guild of Craftsmen and a professional member of the CPA.

Georgie creates distinctive vessels and bowls on her potters wheel. Each piece is unique, the decoration is cut from paper by hand and applied to the leather hard clay before brushing on layers of colour. The paper is peeled away to reveal the bold graphic motifs before firing.
Pieces are sanded to create a smooth tactile finish.

I love the sensuality of making pots on the wheel - starting with a shapeless lump of clay, centering and pulling up till it becomes a full bodied pot is very satisfying - I never tire of doing that.work explores a harmony between surface, form and pattern.

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Farnham
Surrey GU9 7PS
United Kingdom

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