Working from her idylic rural studio in the Gower, Anna gains inspiration from the animals she has grown up with and her passion for fables, rhymes and memories of childhood make-believe. The delightful ceramic animals and figures by Anna Noel will fill our gallery in January - a touring exhibition initiated by the Mission Gallery and curated by Ceri Jones.
Colour! Print by John Hoyland and Glass by Paul Stopler
Event Type: Gallery Exhibition
Colour! brings together two artists of different generations: John Hoyland, one of the leading British painters of his generation and Paul Stopler, one of the most exciting names in the glass art today.
An exhibition of paintings and ceramics by Craig Underhill. Craig's work evokes the feeling of landscapes that he has visited or travelled through. The work is influenced by the inconsequential visual effects that are created in landscapes by the repetitive and methodical actions of humankind as we go about our day to day or year to year routines.
A biennial exhibition showing work by 15 new or emerging designer-makers from the South West. The exhibition reveals a diversity of approach to materials and the design process, whilst also providing a debut platform for new makers' craftwork.
This collection of jewellery is the culmination of a two year MA in Contemporary Craft at Nottingham Trent University by Alys Power. The project is a personal exploration of family history, people and memories combining elements of modern digital manufacture with traditional hand making.
Celebrating twenty years' of the Association for Contemporary Jewellery (ACJ), 20:20 Visions shows the best of contemporary jewellery and conveys progression in design and techniques over the last twenty years. ACJ has invited twenty of its most prominent and innovative members to exhibit work from 1997 alongside a new piece.
Roof Gallery Exchange SpaceWinner of Week One, Rachel Howarth utilises digital print to combine tonal blends and patterns to create complex surface designs. Rachel is inspired by modernist architecture, in particular the colours that are reflected on glass structures in shifting light.
The National Centre for Craft & Design, Navigation Wharf, Carre Street, Sleaford, Lincs, NG34 7TW map
In the Summer of 2016 we visited New Designers and discovered the fresh talent of Rob Anderson and April Black. These two emerging makers come together in this showcase of fresh talent where the metalwork of Rob Anderson (New Designer of the year 2016) and turned wooden creations of April Black showcase the skills of true craftsmen and craftswomen.
Our annual exhibition exploring the romance of British Craft. These talented British makers come together to showcase their beautiful jewellery, ceramics and works in mixed media resulting in an array of ideal gifts for Valentine's and Mother's Day.
Every year we select jewellers to display with us whose rings offer a unique alternative to what you might find out on the high street. Stunning engagement and wedding rings, rings to mark special occasions or just a ring to wear every day there's something for everyone to enjoy.
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