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...unfocusing the focused ...a self-untaught loose cannon in Peterborough's art community, a bullshitter in a broken china shop, unpredictable scattergun experimentation which incorporates collage, mosaic, poetry and broken cameras.

Chris Lovell

…unfocusing the focused …a self-untaught loose cannon in Peterborough’s art community, a bullshitter in a broken china shop, unpredictable scattergun More

Modern, functional ceramics, made in my cottage studio, inspired by pretty things and made for everyday use.

Studio LP Ceramics

Modern, functional ceramics, made in my cottage studio, inspired by pretty things and made for everyday use.

Local artists living in and around Oundle

 

Oundle Artist Group

 	Stuart Riley - painting - email address: stuart@planet-riley.co.uk
 	Adrian Duffin - painting
 	Yvette Halewood - painting
 	Lorraine Swift - painting & textiles
 	Penny Reading - painting
 	Sue Singlehurst - painting
 	Emily Duffin - painting
 	Rob Bibby - pottery - email address: robbibby@btinternet.com - telephone: 01780 470866
 	Uli Bankart - pottery

Oundle Artists

Local artists living in and around Oundle   Oundle Artist Group Stuart Riley – painting – email address: stuart@planet-riley.co.uk Adrian More

Based in the South Holland area of the Fens, I work from my home studio where I love to make simple organic forms often inspired by the natural world. The latest work is influenced by the attitudes of mindfulness meditation and the equanimity which develops from regular practice.

Jen Callow

Based in the South Holland area of the Fens, I work from my home studio where I love to make More

Debbie creates individual handbuilt ceramics and uses them as a canvas for her love of drawing decorating them with a variety of methods including coloured slips, underglazes and sgraffito.

Debbie Davis

Debbie creates individual handbuilt ceramics and uses them as a canvas for her love of drawing decorating them with a More

I have been doing pottery for many years and love its versatility and the challenge of achieving the right finish for every pot.

Lindsay Wisniewski

I have been doing pottery for many years and love its versatility and the challenge of achieving the right finish More

I make tableware, vases and gift items inspired by the shapes and colours around me. I really love swirls and curves and can’t help persuading my clay into these shapes.

Fiona Swepson

I make tableware, vases and gift items inspired by the shapes and colours around me. I really love swirls and More

Inspired by small details of nature - exquisite miniature mixed-media moth sculptures and #SolaceInNature macro photography.
 
This year I'll be opening my studio 'virtually' with a live online Open Studio via Zoom - I hope you'll be able to join me!  Email me or see the website for a link nearer the time.


 
About Kathryn...
I am a visual story teller and mixed media artist.  I create intricate hand-modelled sculptures that weave together tales of people, places and the natural world.

It is the small details of nature that inspire me. Whether I’m looking at a fragment of lichen-encrusted bark or through a lens at a piece of coral, natural structures, textures and forms delight me.

As I explore these treasures, and delve into the history of the places in which they are found, I find myself wanting to share their stories. Through sculpture I select and combine the elements that most fascinate me. Sometimes new species emerge… new wonders of the natural world that have been waiting to be discovered.

The materials I choose to use depends on the story to be told; from porcelain plants and ephemeral chlorophyll photographs to wildflower-shoes made of sugar. Hand modelled porcelain is currently at the heart of my practice, often combined with found natural and vintage objects. Porcelain’s preciousness, fragility and strength say something of how I perceive the natural world, and I enjoy the challenges of modelling this demanding clay using simple tools. Whatever the material, each sculpture is created by hand, each one is unique, each one is a treasure.

Hand modelled porcelain is currently at the heart of my work.  I enjoy the challenge of modelling this tricky clay with simple tools, and porcelain’s preciousness, fragility and strength say something of how I see the natural world.  Whatever the material, each sculpture is created by hand, each one is unique, each one is a treasure.
Exhibitions, Events & Workshops...
My work has been exhibited at The Victoria and Albert Museum, The National Centre for Craft & Design (solo and group exhibitions), City Gallery Peterborough, and as site specific interventions at Burghley House, John Clare Cottage, Northampton Museum and Derby Museum.  Please see my website for more information about exhibitions, events and workshops.

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Kathryn Parsons

Inspired by small details of nature – exquisite miniature mixed-media moth sculptures and #SolaceInNature macro photography.   This year I’ll More

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