Conpot and Fran Regan Jewellery exhibit their latest collections. Handmade concrete homeware, furniture, and gold and sterling silver jewellery.
Carolyn throws bottles and lidded jars in porcelain. Each is uniquely decorated with a commitment to colour constructed from fragments of printed material. Carolyn also produces hand-decorated mugs […]
Jane builds sculptural forms based on the human figure or nature. All pieces are individual, ceramic stoneware, suitable for gardens. Her work is regularly exhibited in the UK […]
Georgina makes mainly non-functional ceramic artworks: wall pieces or constructions, they often feature geometric patterns or just embrace lovely glazes.
Eunice’s work ranges from functional to sculptural. She works in porcelain using a wide range of techniques.
Pocket globes and porcelain maps that chart the boundary between land and sea. Inspired by satellite data, astronaut observations, historic cartography and social research.
Like small theatres or illustrations from a book, Emma’s evocative ceramic sculptures explore both our external and internal landscapes, suggesting stories on the themes of shelter, safety and […]
James’ Action Cast ceramics celebrate powerful moments of colour and dynamism. Sara’s playful pots spin stories with fluid shapes and dream-like textures. Isabelle creates colourful porcelain pots and […]
Caroline Wright is exhibiting her new abstract paintings, of varying scale with an emphasis on playful colour arrangement. Phil Baird presents bricolage, collage, assemblage, funny pictures – and […]
Dreaming Awake: the artists probe the liminal state between reality and dreams where the imagination is held as if suspended. Visual connections are made through painting, collage, installation, […]
The newly launched Kiln Rooms Clay Store is a showcase for dozens of up-and-coming ceramic artists and designers. Handmade tableware and sculptural pieces for sale, as well as […]
Strong figurative painting, predominantly views of Peckham and the continuing changes in the area: “Don’t it always seem to go/ That you don’t know what you’ve got/ Till […]
Children’s artwork and the work of local artists. Suzanne Pink Suzanne Pink, a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, creates intricately detailed, textured images in ink and watercolour, […]
A broad selection of Paul’s paintings and drawings are on show, including a recently published book of his last drawings.
Mathilde makes thrown and hand-built ceramics: pots, jewellery and sculptural vessels in stoneware and raku. Paul makes stylish, individual, witty animal sculptures with oodles of personality using steel […]
Caroline’s fluid and gestural landscape paintings explore the notion of the woods as a liminal space – a place of retreat, transformation or a psychological threshold. She is […]
Weaver and textile designer Kathleen Groves creates tremendous lengths of fine cloth, hand painting precious silks and rare cottons, weaving them into complex designs. Her work has been […]
Light & Shade: Avsec is a fine artist and embroiderer who has collaborated extensively with Liberty and Paul Smith. On show is an eclectic mix of illustrations, dark […]
Svetlana Kornilova creates her own world, where fairy tales meet reality. She gained her art degree in Moscow and completed an advanced course in St Petersburg. Her works […]
Abstract painting and drawing.
Caroline is showing recent oil paintings on canvas.