New Ashgate Gallery champions the best of contemporary art and craft providing an unparalleled resource in Farnham, Surrey and beyond
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The Autumn Craft Collection presents a range of unique, local craft that you won't find anywhere else. Treat yourself to something new for you or your home or buy gifts for your loved ones. Pop in, browse and shop away from the crowds. You'll be supporting a local gallery and small creative artist businesses if you do, as well as finding something special.
We are delighted present:
Ceramics by Jenny Amon, Tamsin Arrowsmith-Brown, Clare Conrad, Adèle Goulty, John Pollex and Silvia K Ceramics.
Jewellery by Karolina Baines, Maike Browning, Christine Johnson, Qiang Li and Olivia Woodhouse.
Glass by Adam Aaronson, Adam Hussain, Jake Mee and Andrew Sanders & David Wallace.
Limited edition prints by Louise Davies, Susan Eyre, Sonia Rollo and Liz Toole.
Textiles by Claire Armitage, Helen Chatterton, Lesley Frankland, Nook of the North and Pamela Print.
70 x 100 cms
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Charlotte Cornish has been working as a painter and printmaker for over 25 years, regularly exhibiting in many galleries and working with art consultants. She undertakes commissions and her work is held in numerous public, corporate and private collections.
During her degree at the University of Brighton and post graduate studies at the Slade School of Fine Art and Central St Martins in London, she specialised in printmaking. Her early interest and involvement with printmaking has informed her practice as a painter. Charlotte builds her paintings using layers of paint, thinking of each layer, often poured, as a distinct element. Working with acrylic paint allows each of the layers to dry overnight. This gives her the opportunity to remove new painted layers or elements, without affecting the earlier work. Her paintings take several months to make.
Charlotte says: "Inspiration for my work often comes from places I have visited and have significance to me. Taking photographs as a starting point, I then work on small painted studies. It is during this process that the images start to become abstracted. I am drawn to places full of intense atmosphere - colours, noises, smells, and I hope to capture something of these experiences in the work. I have always loved exploring the possibilities of colour and colour relationships and the infinite potential to create dynamic connections and reactions."