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.
100% Merino Wool
199 x 135 cms
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Pairing 14-years' weaving experience with a passion for sustainability, Pamela is a hand-weaver who subscribes solely to the slow textile movement.
Coming from a long line of keen hand-knitters, Pamela has always been interested in many areas of contemporary craft. She studied woven textiles at Central St Martins and has a particular interest in the mathematical and technical aspects of weaving. Pamela also enjoys the freedom of being able to design directly on the loom.
Seven years spent living and working in the creative quarter of Saint Gilles in Brussels have heavily influenced her practice and helped develop her distinctive signature style. Her current interiors collection was inspired by the local streets renowned for their Art deco architecture.
Before founding her studio in 2017, Pamela was selected by Texselect (formally Texprint) to exhibit at Premier Vision in Paris. This propelled her into a 14-year career as a woven textile designer for some of fashion's most well-known brands. During this time, she realised that preserving the environment is important to her and Pamela Print Woven Textiles now subscribes solely to the slow textile movement.