Bird Flight by Sue Dyer December 15 2014
Sue Dyer gained a degree in Glass and Ceramics at Stourbridge College of Art
in the 1970’s. Following her interest in Ikebana and Japanese gardens, she
began to concentrate on ceramics, focussing on inlayed porcelain vases.
“Ikebana” is the Japanese art of arranging flowers aesthetically where a sense
of balance is created between the three elements – sky, earth and man.Parallel
to these themes Sue also develops large-scale stone sculptural forms which
could be placed within the environment. Inspired by the landscape and a
strong affinity with standing stones, the individual pieces have a great feeling
of timelessness and purity of sculptural form.
Prices of vases and bowls £55 – £250
Sculptural pieces £250 – £750
Left : Bird Flight
Porcelain Vase approx 40 cm h x 8 cm d
Gift Ideas for Christmas December 03 2014
Our Christmas Show is now well underway! There are lots of individual, unique, hand-crafted items alongside a great display of original paintings and prints by both emerging and established artists. Christmas opening hours>>>
Christmas Show opening soon! November 25 2014
Our Christmas Show opens at 10 a.m. on Saturday 29th November 2014. All are welcome so please bring friends and family. Refreshments will be served throughout the day.
We have a wide variety of new paintings, prints, ceramics, sculpture, jewellery and craft items for sale. Lots of great quality, affordable gift ideas available to purchase in person from the gallery or online via our new e-commerce site.
Ceramic Apples October 28 2014
We have just sold three more of Edyta's sculptural ceramic apples. More are now on order as stocks diminish in the run up to Christmas. These creative and stylish apples would make the perfect gift for those that like individually, hand-crafted unique ceramic pieces. So why not revive the idea of "stocking fillers" for friends or family!
Edyta Szymanska Working mainly with clay Edyta creates both small figurative and large scale ceramic pieces. Interpreted through colour, texture and form, Edyta uses the human figure as a vehicle through which to express beauty, line and grace. Her principal medium is clay, but she uses both ceramic and steel to create her artwork. click here to see items currently in stock>>>