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Future Exhibitions

Justine Allison

Justine Allison

Language of Clay: Shifting Lines

Main Gallery

01 December 2018 until 19 January 2019

Justine Allison’s intricately made vessels are eloquent and uplifting. Light is attracted to them, held, and radiates from them. There is a quietude to Justine’s work that reflects both the meditative process of its making and the grace of the finished forms. Justine has her own language of clay. Balanced between functional and sculptural, her ceramic practice is rich and original. With a profound understanding of her materials and a honed visual aesthetic, Justine’s vessels are resolved.

Shifting Lines is an exhibition in The Language of Clay series, a Mission Gallery National Touring initiative curated By Ceri Jones.

Sanctuary

Sanctuary

Gallery 3

01 December 2018 until 19 January 2019

Sanctuary is a celebration of natural materials and their place in our homes and hearts. Creating a space that is warm and welcoming, counteracting our busy day-to-day lives, using textures such as soft leather, linen, warm wool, rustic wood and ceramics creating an oasis of calm. Understated, functional, elegant and above all a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the modern world. 

Another Shed Production, Elaine Bolt, James Burnett-Stuart, Kirby Woodworks, Rosie Brewer, Sian O'Doherty, Susie Vaughan, Takahashi McGil, Woolly Mammoth Fabrics

Bonner Leather

Bonner Leather

Craft Showcase

01 December 2018 until 19 January 2019

With backgrounds in sculpture and librarianship Bonner leather established their workshop in 2014 and currently work out of their studio a few miles miles from Cirencester.
 
Concentrating on simple form and design, and multi-material integration – combining leather, cork, wool felt, plywood and aluminium – they aim to create contemporary pieces of function and utility.  

Fern Robinson

Fern Robinson

Jewellery Showcase

01 December 2018 until 19 January 2019

Fern Robinson’s jewellery was first inspired by the simplicity of a child’s interaction with objects, which began her fascination with the urge we have to touch and play.

The pieces are childishly sophisticated with vibrant shards of crayon in tactile resin that aim to create a uniquely fun relationship between jewellery and owner.