- 12-13 May
Lucy du Sautoy
Created in a spirit of daydreaming and distraction, Lucy du Sautoy’s paintings contemplate the in- between spaces of our everyday lives: familiar subjects often overlooked, such as views through rainy, steamed-up windows. Prints also available.
Sacha Tanyar hand-throws functional stoneware ceramics, making exquisite cups, bowls, vases and platters that are hard to resist. With her vibrant use of colour and textural form, she makes the ordinary extraordinary.
Independent jeweller Mitzi Broadbent designs and makes classic, contemporary jewellery. She is showing new pieces and old favourites in silver, gold, precious stones, gemstones and pearls. Commissions also undertaken.
Continuing with the theme of British flora and fauna, Angus Robertson illustrates our cultural landscape. Subjects include the dogs we love, the Queen (on a moped) and parakeets in Dulwich park.
London’s riverscape and industrial topography are the starting point for Louise Hardy’s mesmerising oil paintings, and continue her preoccupation with texture, light and depth, whilst pushing the medium to its limits.
Daniel exhibits his large, hand- built ceramic pots inspired by 20th century modernism, alongside his established line of cast porcelain vases and bowls, and mobile sculptures using soft-edged geometry to create calm, beautiful, moving shapes.