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current show


3rd September – 30th October
PRIVATE VIEW Saturday 2nd September 2 – 5pm

MARK HEARLD     ALEX MALCOLMSON     ANGIE LEWIN
TERRY SHONE     ROBINA JACK    DAVID GARLAND     
GUY ROYLE     JILL FANSHAWE KATO


Celebrated artists from North and South extol the joys of nature in their work

Mark Hearld

Fox on the Beach Mark Hearld - painted collage 75 x 53cm

MARK HEARLD, since graduating the Royal College of Art in 1999, has established a strong personal style in his work, albeit covering a number of disciplines – painting, collage, printmaking, ceramics and curating several powerful exhibitions in national galleries.  His focus is on birds, plants and animals in their natural habitats  - treated in his inimitable lively and colourful style.

Mark Hearld

MH3 Gulls & Geese painted collage 56 x 47cm

MH21 Geese  47 x 56cm painted collage  SOLD

Mark Hearld

MH15  Ducks 56 x 75cm painted collage

MH 4 Crested Duck 22 x 27cm painted collage/p>

Mark Hearld

MH11 Black Sheep at Hutton
painted collage 47 x 56cm

MH20 Goat 56 x 75c.m painted collage

Mark Hearld

MH6 Keldy Forest mixed media 70 x 57cm

MH5 The Pool Beyond mixed media 70 x 57cm

Mark Hearld

MH12 September 58x42cm mixed media painting

MH13 Ripening Haws mixed media painting MH14 Brambles mixed media painting

Mark Hearld

MH30 Cock Pheasant oil on board 81 x 62cm

Mark Hearld

MH9  Hare watercolour 30cm sq

MH8 Deer watercolour MH10 Little Owl watercolour

Mark Hearld

MH19 Pigeon 59 x 40cm collage

MH22 Blow the Wind Southerly collage 67 x 49cm

Mark Hearld

MH27 Cockerel and Night Arks (detail) painted collage 110 x75cm

Mark Hearld

MH29 Muntjac in the Garden 56 x 47cm SOLD

MH28 Roe Deer Family painted collage 56 x 75cm

Mark Hearld

MH25 Lemon Sable Millefleur Poot Hen 
56cm, sq Painted collage

MH18 Harlands Curlew 56 x 75cm painted collage

Mark’s slipware platters 38cm diameter – all £350

Mark Hearld

MH 2p Gull

MH3p Flock MH8p Pheasant

Mark Hearld

MH5p Brown Hare

MH7p Blackbird II


As a Shetlander, ALEX MALCOLMSON learned the lore of the sea and all things maritime from a young age. A Fine Art degree at Edinburgh College of Art, as well as his love of Folk Art led to his current multi-disciplinary work where carving, modelling, wood construction and painting result in life-sized sea birds, intricate framed tableaux with a narrative content and carvings combined with found objects – a constant source of fascination.

ALEX MALCOLMSON

AM5 Black Swan  49 x 89 x 24cm SOLD

Mark Hearld

AM4 Brent Goose 13 x 30 x 10cm SOLD

AM11 Slatted Diver with Fish 65 x 20 x 30cm

Mark Hearld

AM19 Seven Fish 40 x 60cm (not framed)

AM20 Northern Light (box-framed) 39 x 46cm

ALEX MALCOLMSON

AM13 Topsail Schooner 34 x 44 framed

Mark Hearld

AM17 Merganser 57 x 20 x 16cm SOLD

AM18 Large Eider 60 x 24 x 24cm SOLD

Mark Hearld

AM10  Westward framed 38 x 104 x 11cm

Mark Hearld

AM7 RNAL 47 x 40 x10cm

AM16 Northern Waters 34 x 40 framed

Mark Hearld

AM3 Votum Fecit Gratim Accepit  (Vow made, Graces Accepted) 40 x 58 x 9cm

Mark Hearld

AM 1  Pole Star 298 x 102 x 9cm

AM9 ‘Sea Inside’ 20 x 22 x 3cm (when open)

Mark Hearld

AM2 Hanging Diver 44 x 33 x 17cm SOLD

AM6 Fifie on Blue Square 33 x 39 x 7cm

Mark Hearld

AM8 Shorebird 63 x 54 x 12cm


ANGIE LEWIN is a printmaker par excellence!  Plants, seedheads and shorelines are her focus in wood-engravings, silkscreen prints, lithographs and linocuts.  She also works as an illustrator for St Jude’s for which she designs fabrics and wallpapers. She has many exhibitions to her name – most recently at The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

ANGIE LEWIN

AL5  Honesty Blue silkscreen  37 x 58cm

ANGIE LEWIN

AL7 Nature Study, late Summer
silkscreen  67 x 47cm

AL14 The Walled Garden silkscreen 67 x 46.5cm

ANGIE LEWIN

AL13  Summer Shore silkscreen 38 x 50cm

ANGIE LEWIN

AL3 Goat’s Beard & Grasses linocut  39 x 38cm

AL9 Sea Pinks wood engraving 15 x 15cm

ANGIE LEWIN

AL4 Harvest linocut
17 x 11cm

AL11 Seaweed Shore wood engraving
 9.5 x 10cm
AL1 Clover wood engraving 12 x 5cm

ANGIE LEWIN

AL8 Saltmarsh, Morston silkscreen  50 x 44cm


TERRY SHONE, another Northerner, brings a sparkling new image to the tradition of Staffordshire figurines and ‘flatbacks’. With more than a touch of humour, Terry portrays proud greyhounds, snooty tigers, self-possessed cats and birds in bowers with grace and dexterity in his handling of the clay and painted decoration. A graduate of Leeds College of Art and Goldsmiths, London, Terry has been a practising potter for many years and it is only in the last few years that he has concentrated entirely on modelling in this way.

Terry Shone

TS16   ‘Harlequin’ 37cm h.  SOLD Collar 36cm

TS17   Standing Dog with Blue

Terry Shone

TS 3 Leaping Hare 39cm h.

Terry Shone

TS12   Seated Cat 22cm h  SOLD

TS13 Seated Cat II 28cm h

Terry Shone

TS10   Lion 14cm h  SOLD

TS11 Tiger 22cm h SOLD

Terry Shone

TS15 Reclining Dog 24cm h

Terry Shone

TS18   Master McGrath 36cm

TS19 Pretender 37cm h

Terry Shone

TS1 Bird in a Bower 25cm h

TS8 Bird in a Tree 21cm h

TS2 Bird in a Bower II 24cm h

Terry Shone

TS20 Running Hare 35cm h

Terry Shone

TS5   Pink Bird Money Box  19cm h

TS6 Blue Bird Money Box


Erstwhile a stained glass artist, ROBINA JACK has adapted to perfection a similar use of pattern and imagery in the earthenware bowls and platters which she now decorates with slips in singing colours.  Living near the Essex marshes, she draws her motifs from her love of sea-faring, birds, flowers and domestic creatures, frequently expressing their playful nature.

Robina Jack

RJ8 Chicken square dish 25 x 25cm

Robina Jack

RJ5  Pigeon  oval dish  29 x 25cm SOLD

RJ6 Toucan oval dish 29 x 25cm

Robina Jack

RJ4 Northern Star oval 29 x 25cm SOLD

Robina Jack

RJ11 Cat face deep bowl 23cm diam

RJ10 Dog Head deep bowl 23cm d. SOLD

Robina Jack

RJ16 Guinea Fowl rimmed bowl 23cm d. SOLD

RJ17 Black Hen rimmed bowl

Robina Jack

RJ20 Saiiling Ship Jug 24x 20cm

Robina Jack

RJ19  Flying Godwits bowl 25cm diam

RJ14 Bird & Triangles deep bowl SOLD

Robina Jack

RJ21 Black hen tiles x 2 18.5cm diam.


Making pots for the table forms a major part of DAVID GARLAND’s production, alongside his special one-off studio ceramics which have earned him many prestigious solo shows over the years.  The shapes of his pots are distinctly his own, as are the often unusual colours and distinctive, painterly decoration.  Equally attractive displayed on shelves or in use on the table, David’s pots have become as collectable as the studio work.

David Garland

DG6 Yellow mug £28

DG11 Orange/yellow Jug SOLD

DG5 Small yellow jug £36

David Garland

DG2 Blue & white coffee cup  £36

DG10  Deep porridge bowl  £56

David Garland

David Garland Tableware


GUY ROYLE etches, incises, inlays and carves precious metals and semi-precious stones to create silver and gold jewellery which is bold in scale and presence.  His necklaces are rich with amethyst, carnelian, aquamarine and many-hued agates, linked by beads of gold or silver.  Essentially contemporary in style, albeit with echoes of a distant past, Guy’s jewellery displays the hand of a fine craftsman – justly recognised by his many collectors.

GUY ROYLE

GR241, 232, 227, 234 earrings
Silver with Aventurine, Amazonite, Smokey Quartz, Jade

GUY ROYLE

GR254 silver, Aquamarine necklace  45cm

GR221 silver droplet necklace  46cm

GUY ROYLE

GR228, 230, 240, 231 earrings
Silver with Green Agate & Aventurine, Amethyst, Strawberry Quartz, Smokey Quartz

GUY ROYLE

GR217 silver Bird bangle

GR247 silver, 18ct gold cuff
GR244 silver, 18ct gold brooch

GR218 silver leaf vein bangle

GUY ROYLE

GR225, 223, 236, 224 earrings
silver with Carnelian, Jasper, Labrdorite, Quartz Crystal

GUY ROYLE

GR220 silver and Carnelian necklace 58cm


Recognised as one of Britain’s finest ceramic artists, JOHN MALTBY speaks with a lone voice.  The sculptures he has been making these past 19 years are as original and individual as were the vessel forms he made hitherto.  Now in his 82nd year, John is slowing down BUT cannot resist the ideas that still come to him and demand to be translated into clay – so we are hoping to continue showing his inimitable work for a good while to come!

JOHN MALTBY

JM30 Bronze Angel

JM32 Sgraffito Angel

JOHN MALTBY

JM48 Gardening tile

JOHN MALTBY

JM23 Startled King with earrings

JM24 A Princess

JOHN MALTBY

JM45 Warrior and Tiger

JOHN MALTBY

JM43 Startled Horseman

JM39 Small Horseman

JOHN MALTBY

JM35 Enlightened King

JOHN MALTBY

JM25 Descending Angel

JM20 Robed Guardian

JM44 Angel Resting

A few more works by all these artists can be seen on request.  Please note too ~ we can send any purchases anywhere in Britain or abroad (at the client’s expense).


Out in the Walled garden is a trio of ‘minarets’ by the innovative potter JILL FANSHAWE KATO.

JOHN MALTBY

JFK1 Bird Minaret 4ft high

JFK2 Flower Minaret 3ft high

JFK3 Flower Minaret 2 2ft high SOLD

This series of work was first commissioned for this year’s Chelsea Flower Show (where the stand won a Gold medal!)  Jill is well-known as a potter in Britain and in Japan, where she has had many solo shows. 

In the gardens bordering the courtyard are shoals of metal fish, as well as perching and flying birds by sculptor MIKE SAVAGE.

MIKE SAVAGE

Metal Fish by MIKE SAVAGE

The Potting Shed, where JUDITH ROWE’s pottery is displayed, is also open to gallery visitors for good teas and coffees and delicious edibles.

We look forward to seeing you here!

Gilly

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