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Summer Show The opening event on 8th June was a memorable one. After a week of torrential rain the sun was shining, the gallery was buzzing, the champagne was flowing and the art was selling! Meet the artist Over 50 people attended our first Meet the Artist event where Mary Ann Rogers demonstrated her watercolour technique using a live guinea fowl as a model, whilst Paul Harvey delivered a very different high tech presentation covering the history of art in 30 minutes! VETROSPECTIVE 07 MA Glass & MA Ceramics from the University of Sunderland Vetrospective 2007 celebrated the diverse work of MA students based at the National Glass Centre. Newcastle Art Fair Newcastle’s first Art Fair featured 57 galleries from the UK and Europe. The Biscuit Factory took a large stand, attracting regular and new customers.

Autumn Show You are invited to the preview of the Autumn Show at The Biscuit Factory on 7th September between 6-9pm. Come and join us for a glass of bubbly and enjoy the exciting exhibits the gallery has to offer. Mychael Barratt will hold a pre-show talk about his work on Friday the 7th of September at 5 o’clock. Places are limited; please contact reception on 0191 261 1103. As you may have spotted, The Biscuit Factory is now selling a range of exclusive gift wrap and cards many of which are designed by young artists.

VETROSPECTIVE

MYCHAEL BARRATT LOSING THE PLOT

NEWCASTLEGATESHEAD ART FAIR | Photo: Sean Elliot

Live Music @ Byker Vista Café George Welch will entertain us all on Thursday evenings 6-8pm.

GREETING CARD | JAMES EDWARDS £2.20 BACKGROUND IMAGE: GIFT WRAP DESERT ROSE £2.50

GEORGE WELCH


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Smile 21st September; The Biscuit Factory is hosting an exhibition of Yemi Sobo’s photographs of the Newcastle club scene. Yemi was a highly regarded photographer who was tragically killed last year along with three members of his family. All proceeds will go to the Music Foundation charity set up in their memory. Meet the Artist The Biscuit Factory/Journal’s Culture Club second Meet the Artist event takes place on the 4th of October from 6-8pm. Guest speakers are Tom Marine and Mike Bell. Tickets cost £5 and are limited. Contact reception on 0191 261 1103.

The Affordable Art Fair - 18th-21st October Edinburgh Art Fair - 23-25thNovember Once again, The Biscuit Factory will take a stand at The Affordable Art Fair in London and also The Edinburgh Art Fair. We will have a limited amount of invitations for the preview of both events. Please email kate@thebiscuitfactory.com for more info. Helios - 1st-18th November The Biscuit Factory will host Helios for the fourth year running. This unique collaboration between Universities and Colleges in the Northern region celebrates work by selected post-graduate photography students. 5th Birthday 17th November marks The Biscuit Factory’s 5th Anniversary. Great plans are being made. Christmas Show The Biscuit Factory’s Christmas Show opens on November 30th, featuring new work from Noel Bensted and Anja Percival.

YEMI SOBO

HELIOS STEPHEN PRIESSWATER: FROM THE DEEP

¡VAMOS! Exhibition The Biscuit Factory has launched an artist callout for an exciting Latin and Lusophone exhibition to be held during the next ¡VAMOS! Festival (4th-13th July 2008). The deadline is 10th December 2007. More infomation can be found at: www.thebiscuitfactory.com/whatson.php and www.vamosfestival.com. 3


SANDWICK

BELLAGIO VII

BLUEBOWL II

CHRISTINE RELTON & TOM MARINE Christine Relton and Tom Marine have been making their living from painting collaboratively for 11 years. Working together on the same canvas, Christine and Tom’s paintings can be described as representational in that they start with an idea of a 4

real place or event, usually based on some where they have been or something that has happened . Christine and Tom decide what they want to paint, drawing rough ideas on the canvas together. They then start painting; one artist will paint for a while then the other will take over. There usually comes

a point where the painting begins to take on a life of its own. The idea is to leave the viewer to interpret to a certain degree what they are looking at and leave space for their ideas to give meaning to the painting.


“The process usually involves a lot of over painting and adjustment and the good thing about working together is it stops you from getting too stale or too precious about the work. We consider it finished when the balance and composition feel right and the colour works; the most successful pieces end up as more an amalgamation of imagery rather than one image of a specific place.� VILLE FRANCHE

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AIRBORNE LOVERS (OIL)

LOSING THE PLOT (OIL)

O FOR THE MUSE OF FIRE (PRINT)

GRAND OLD DUKE (PRINT)

MYCHAEL BARRATT Mychael was born in Toronto, Canada but thinks of himself as a Londoner since arriving for what was meant to be a two week stay twenty years ago. He has that immigrant’s zeal for his adopted home and includes local settings that have a personal resonance in much of his work. 6

He is a narrative artist and anecdotal incidents from his day-to-day life, which he gathers like a magpie are at the heart of his paintings and prints. Mychael was recently commissioned to write a book on intaglio printmaking for the publishers A & C Black and decided to try out all of the

techniques that he wrote about. His print O for a Muse of fire, based on the work of William Shakespeare, is the culmination of those experiments. He has created a 26 plate etching which includes every technique from drypoint and engraving to mezzotint and aquatint.


LOVE AND THE ORIGAMI ANIMALS

LOSING THE PLOT

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MATTHEW HICKEY | TELEVISION LIGHT

ZOE HYDE | SUNFISH ST IVES

MATTHEW HICKEY

ZOE HYDE

Born & raised in New York, Matthew holds a degree from the School of Visuals Arts. Following years as a noted portrait artist in America, with exhibitions in New York and Los Angeles, Matthew relocated to North east last year. This show at The Biscuit Factory marks Matthew’s debut in the UK. The Biscuit Factory will also present Matthew’s work at The Affordable Art Fair in London from 18th – 21st October.

Zoe’s work captures fragments of experiences both from past and present. A narrative runs through the paintings, which brings memories, dreams, and moments in time together. She explores the juxtaposition between the beauty and excitement of life and its inherent fragility. In some paintings layers are built up using childhood drawings, photographs, letters, doodles, words, maps, shopping lists. These images are painted over and she then scratches and even destroys the surface in an attempt to mark her existence at that moment.

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ZOE HYDE | TODAY

“I allow the painting to build up a history of its own, its own autonomy and the final image is almost like a wall or landscape that has experienced the passing of time.” Zoe Hyde


BAMBURGH BEACH

BIZZLE CRAGGS FROM SOUTHERN KNOWNE

ELL’S KNOWNE

PETER PODMORE Peter Podmore’s exhibition will run from the 25th October till 25th November with an preview event and talk by the artist on the 25th October 6-8pm. Peter’s exhibition of landscape paintings accompanies the publication launch of his book ‘Cold Breeze, Dark Fire – Drawings and Paintings of North Northumberland’. The book and exhibition

cover his range of painting interests, from hills and valleys to the sea. Much of his work is done in his immediate locality at West Newton where he works from a large barn studio and spends a lot of his time studying the fiery willows which flourish in the winter months. He draws initially in the open air to capture the sense of impermanence and change in

the landscape, following the fading light throughout the day and recording the progress of seasonal growth and decay. All will be explained in the book where he will reveal his working method and thought processes, and show his own historical path into landscape painting through abstraction. 9


FAVOURITE HOLD

SPANISH ANGEL

FAVOURITE HOLD (DETAIL)

SPANISH ANGEL (DETAIL)

NEIL WOOD Neil has been a practising sculptor since graduating from Wimbledon School of Art in 1988. The majority of the work Neil produces is semi-figurative. That is, the subject matter is recognisable but the composition and the way the materials are manipulated require the viewer to interpret the work. He uses the human form as 10

a vehicle to explore ideas about the human condition and relationships. Neil produces all of his work himself, through all stages, including the bronze casting. When the viewer looks at a piece of work there is a connection with the artist and the creative process, both cerebral and physical.

“My materials (steel and bronze) are cold and hard and the processes of production are demanding, but through my intervention the work takes on qualities not usually associated with the material.�


Fresh PHOTO: STEVE MAYES

Howdo you own art? The Own Art Scheme is designed to make it easy and affordable for everyone to buy contemporary works of art, including painting, photography, sculpture, glassware and furniture. The Arts Council England runs the scheme through its trading company Artco Trading Ltd. Hitachi Capital Consumer Finance is the credit power. You can borrow up to £2,000 or as little as £100. This is paid back in 10 monthly installments, interest free.

To apply for the Own Art Scheme, you must be:

over 18 years old resident in the UK; in possession of a bank or building society account that can operate standing orders.

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We require you to take two forms of ID into the gallery to complete the agreement

something with a current address on it such as a driver’s licence or utilities bill. l something with your signature on it, for example a passport, or credit/debit card. l

The Biscuit Factory will help you complete the credit agreement. After satisfactory credit checking, a direct debit instruction will be set up to make your repayments. Other useful information: the loan can go towards the payment of piece of art that costs more than £2,000. l you can borrow up to £2,000 at any one time and this can be used towards the cost of one or more pieces. l


Familiar Faces: NEW COLLECTIONS MAJUBA SANDS | £2250 | MIXED MEDIUM ON ALIMINIUM | 125X83

NAMENA II | £1250 | MIXED MEDIUM ON ALIMINIUM | 75X75

HANNAH CAMPION Hannah has always been inspired by the natural landscape and the contrast between this and the industrial or man-made elements of our landscape. 12

She has worked from underwater photography and underwater landscapes inspired by the energy and movement it holds. As a swimmer and scuba diver,

SNOWROSE | £1250 | MIXED MEDIUM ON ALIMINIUM | 83X51

Hannah has a natural affinity with water and the environment, which has always been reflected figuratively or through abstract notions in her practice.


JENNY HOLM Jenny Holm’s paintings are full of allusions to fairy tales and ancient myths; occasionally there is a hint of Red Riding Hood or Beauty and the Beast. Although each painting sets a scene and has its own story to tell, Jenny

LEFT HOLDING THE CAT | £1250 | ACRYLIC ON CANVAS | 76X91

leaves it to the observer to decide how the story should end. After studying graphic design at and completing at P.G.C.E in Art and Design, Jenny moved to the South of France where

TIME TO FLY | £750 | ACRYLIC ON CANVAS | 56X65

Familiar Faces: NEW COLLECTIONS

IT’S IN YOUR HANDS NOW | £850 | ACRYLIC ON CANVAS | 59X62

she lived until the late eighties. The landscapes there, together with the special quality of the light, has had a lasting effect on how she has developed as a painter. 13


Familiar Faces: NEW COLLECTIONS

JAPANESE FRUIT ON THE BOUGH III | £1150 ACRYLIC ON CANVAS | 60X60

JAPANESE VASE AND APRICOTS | £795 ACRYLIC ON CANVAS | 50X60

DIANE URWIN Diane is a Berkshire-based artist, born and educated in Nottingham. After studying full time under a professional artist/illustrator for three years, Diane set up her own studio producing illustrations for stories in magazines, as well as a variety of 14

LEMONS AND PEARS | £2200 ACRYLIC ON CANVAS | 90X70

still life, streetscape and landscape paintings. More recently, Diane has turned her attention to real life studies of fruit on the bough and plant life. Her favourite medium is acrylic paint with an oil or water coloured effect.

Diane was elected to full membership of the Society of Woman Artists (SWA), since 1997 and exhibits annually at their London Exhibition.


DANCING ANGEL CHAIR £675 | METAL AND WOOD | 80 CM HIGH

PHILIP HEARSEY Philip lives and works on the edge of England, an area interwoven with the Welsh borders. Most furniture starts with the wood. He works with fallen trees or those that have been felled for reasons of safety or necessity. He does not buy harvested and ready cut timber. Being ‘hands on’ allows Philip to respect the materials he uses, and his designs flow from the materials themselves

SILVER MAPLE TABLE £2175 | METAL AND WOOD | 92 CH HIGH

rather than being confined by them. Phillip’s vessels are made of solid Bronze. The coloured interior surface is created by enforced oxidisation of the metal, like verdigris. Different chemicals produce different colours. The colour is a result of a chemical reaction with the metal and is a change in the surface of the metal itself. Bronze is similar in colour to brass, which allows the vessel rims to be regularly

SIX AND A HALF SERIES NO: 1 £1175 | BRONZE AND WOOD | 18 CM

Familiar Faces: NEW COLLECTIONS

AVIAN I | £450 | BRONZE AND WOOD | 17 CM

polished to a high shine. The vessels are cast in sand. There is pattern, made from wood, plaster or resin, which forms an impression in a special casting sand. When the pattern is removed, molten bronze is poured into the impression. The casting is rough and requires a great deal of work to achieve the polished and smooth surfaces. 15


GALLERY

MIKE BELL | DRURIDGE BAY FROM BONDICAR ROCKS (DETAIL) | £845 | MIXED MEDIA | 76X76


PORTRAIT (DETAIL) | £450 | TEMPERA ON WOOD | 31X34

HEATHER ON THE WANNIES | £645 | MIXED MEDIA | 60X60

INDIAN ROSE | £600 | OIL ON CANVAS | 35X35

MOTHER (DETAIL) | £600 TEMPERA ON WOOD | 28X34

DRURIDGE BAY FROM BONDICAR ROCKS (DETAIL) £845 | MIXED MEDIA | 76X76

STILL POINT IN A TURNING WORLD (DETAIL) | £1300 OIL ON CANVAS | 70X70

TOGETHER (DETAIL) | £900 TEMPERA ON WOOD | 35X57

Alexander Shibniov

Mike Bell

ROMAN WALL COUNTRY NO: 6 (DETAIL) £895 | MIXED MEDIA | 80X80

EXPECTED SNOW, BEIJING (DETAIL) | £2000 OIL ON CANVAS | 120X92

Karen Griffiths

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INISHMORE MORNING | £1700 | OIL | 90X90

HORSE AND JOCKEY NO: 9 | (DETAIL) | £1250 | OIL | 100X70

HEADLAND | (DETAIL) | £635 | ACRYLIC | 54X35

BACK IN AFRICA (DETAIL) | £940 | OIL | 60X60

DOWN TO THE START NO: 1 (DETAIL) | £1600 | OIL | 120X90

NORTHUMBERLAND FARMHOUSE (DETAIL) £450 | ACRYLIC | 54X35

CONNAUGHT OUT THERE (DETAIL) | £1700 | OIL | 90X90

Roger Colson 18

Sue Malkin

SHADES OF GREY (DETAIL) £1250 | OIL | 100X70

CORNER OF A FIELD (DETAIL) £895 | ACRYLIC | 62X45

Jackie Stevenson


TRIPTYCH (DETAIL) | £1695 | OIL | 90X50

FROM THE EAST (DETAIL) | £650 | OIL | 66X66

TWO GONDOLAS | £1650 | OIL | 64X74

CANARY WHARF (DETAIL) £1795 | OIL | 100X70

SEATON SLUICE (DETAIL) £750 | OIL | 54X64

SAN GIORGIO (DETAIL) | £800 | OIL | 51X41

SOUTHBANK CITY VIEW (DETAIL) | £1795 | OIL | 100X70

John Watling

ST. MARY’S ISLAND (DETAIL) £400 | OIL | 54X44

Emma Holliday

ST. MARKS (DETAIL) | £900 | OIL | 56X41

Walter Holmes 19


DELFT TULIPS (DETAIL) | £325 | ACRYLIC AND MIXED MEDIA | 60X90

ENGLAND (DETAIL) | £750 | ACRYLIC | 80X60

UP THE RIVER (DETAIL) | £650 | MIXED MEDIA | 75X42

SALSA POPPIES (DETAIL) £395 | ACRYLIC AND MIXED MEDIA | 60X90

LOOK BOTH WAYS (DETAIL) £950 | ACRYLIC | 86X61

BLAST BEACH (DETAIL) £275 | PASTEL | 55X35

LILY IMPRESSION (DETAIL) £325 | ACRYLIC AND MIXED MEDIA | 60X90

Bettina Hartas 20

Chris Jones

WAITING (DETAIL) £750 | ACRYLIC | 80X60

Clare Money

STAITHES (DETAIL) £350 | PASTEL | 50X30


SCULPTURE, CERAMIC & GLASS

PETER LAYTON | MEDIUM FOOTED BOWL | £235 | GLASS | 15CM DIAMETER

PETER LAYTON | SMALL FLARED VASE | £220 | GLASS | 18CM

PETER LAYTON | SMALL OVOID | £350 | GLASS | 12CM

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LARGE BOWL TURQUOISE | £65 | CERAMIC | 35CM DIAMETER

CUP | £45 | CERAMIC | 9CM TALL

TINY FISH BOTTLE | £110 | CERAMIC | 21CM

LARGE PLATTER YELLOW (DETAIL) PLATE GREEN (DETAIL) £75 | CERAMIC | 38CM DIAMETER £45 | CERAMIC | 28CM DIAMETER

BOWL | £45 | CERAMIC 12CM TALL

Alexandra Mitchell

Virginia Graham

HANGING VASE | £30 | CERAMIC 11.5CM TALL

SMALL GLASS BOTTLE | £100 CERAMIC | 13CM

SMALL FISH BOTTLE | £110 CERAMIC | 24CM

Guy Routledge


SMALL WAVY RIM BOWL BLUE | £120 | CERAMIC | 11CM

PLATEAU SPRING | £260 | CERAMIC | 32CM DIAMETER

RAKU 2 | £220 | CERAMIC | 26CM

MEDIUM JOLLEY BOWL £170 | CERAMIC | 14CM

KLEINE KANOOP II (DETAIL) £65 | CERAMIC | 19CM

RAKU 3 | £195 | CERAMIC 27CM

MEDIUM WAVY RIM GREEN BOWL | £190 | CERAMIC | 17CM

Sasha Wardell

Toon Thijs

KLEINE KANOOP I (DETAIL) £65 | CERAMIC | 19CM

David Cohen

BLACK POT WITH EXTRUDED TOP | £350 CERAMIC | 35CM

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3 SPIKE POT | £70 | WOOD | 7CM

ISLAND MESSAGE RING BOX £140 | WOOD | 27CM

Mike Nelson 24

SMALL FLOWER RING BOX £42 | WOOD | 12CM

MEDIUM RUNNING HARE | £250 | BRONZE | 14CM

OLIVE BOWL LARGE | £50 | GLASS | 21CM DIAMETER

TREE FROG LEG OUT £115 | BRONZE | 11.5CM

FORSPOT SMALL JUG | £110 GLASS | 22CM

Peter Jenkins

ATTACKING HARES | £100 BRONZE | 19CM

Bi-me

OLIVE BOWL MEDIUM | £50 GLASS | 21CM DIAMETER


Helios V

YEMI SOBO

DAVID SCALES | MANAGED

Helios V is an exhibition of graduates’ work from the North of England - University of Sunderland, Newcastle University, Northumbria University, University of Cumbria, Newcastle College, and Cleveland College of Art and Design. This is an exciting opportunity to view photography from the region’s new and emerging artists. The series of Helios exhibitions has been an important stepping-stone for artists over the last five years, giving them a chance to exhibit their work to new audiences.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Smile

After showing at the Helios III exhibition in 2005, Magali Pettier was selected for her first international commission in Singapore through the International Photography Research Network (seen at www.theiprn.org). Since graduating from Cumbria University and exhibiting at Helios Caroline Leeming was awarded a six month contract in Dubai working for publications and magazines. Many of the photographers shown have remained in the North of England, adding to the vibrant culture of the photographic world.

YEMI was a legend across Tyneside. He was tragically murdered along with his sister and her children in November 2006. Thousands remember his smile and infectious personality. There is a good chance that if you ever had a night out in the region you will have encountered YEMI at some point. For the past 25 years he immersed himself in the pub and club scene. No party, fashion show or VIP event was complete unless YEMI was on the guest list. YEMI enjoyed local commissions with

organisations such as Accent Magazine and Metro Radio and revelled in national exposure in The Times and MixMag to name a few. His work gives a valuable insight into his life and the people he met, knew and loved... Some famous, some infamous, most just ordinary people having fun and always smiling back at him, loving him simply for who he was. This exhibition, entitled simply ‘SMILE’ is a one off. It is your chance to enjoy the intimacy of his work and to look at a quarter of a century of Geordie night life. 25


Printmaking Giclee (pronounced Gee-clay) printing is a way of copying an image digitally using archival quality inks. Images can be printed on various material, including canvas, fine-art paper and photographic paper. This process is an advance in printing in that the colours produced are more accurate to the originals than any other form of printing. There is no need for screens or other mechanical devices and therefore there is no visible dot screen pattern. The image has all the tones and colours of the original painting. This process is used for fine art purposes and giclee prints can be found in the Metropolitan Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. 26

SARAH-JANE SZIKORA | THE BISCUIT FACTORY ÂŁ195 (Unframed) | 56X68

Many artists produce limited editions of giclee prints so that they can reproduce their work to a very high standard. These are usually more affordable than original paintings. Here at The Biscuit Factory you can take advantage of our framing service to choose your own mount and frame to ensure you get exactly the right artwork for your home. You can chose from a whole host of artists who produce limited edition giclee prints, such as Alexander Millar, Dave Barden, Peter Podmore, Cathy Duncan and Sarah-Jane Szikora.

SARAH-JANE SZIKORA | WE ARE NOT AMUSED ÂŁ295 (Framed) | 62X64


IN A MELLOW TONE (DETAIL) | £150 (Unframed) | Giclee | 52X44

HENRY’S PREVENTION (DETAIL) | £153 (Unframed) | Giclee | 42X42

OPEN SPACES (DETAIL) | £150 | Collograph Carborundum | 48X48

THE PIANO HAS BEEN DRINKING (DETAIL) £150 (Unframed) | Giclee | 49X46

BLUE (DETAIL) | £153 (Unframed) | Giclee | 44X42

THE EARTH BLEEDS (DETAIL) £155 | Collography Carborundum 86X38

Dave Barden

ALTER EGO (DETAIL) £160 (Unframed) | Giclee | 53X44

Sue Moffitt

ANNIE (DETAIL) | £153 (Unframed) | Giclee | 43X42

PRINTS

SARAH-JANE SZIKORA | THE BISCUIT FACTORY £195 (Unframed) | 56X68

ORANGE RIVER (DETAIL) £105 Collography Carborundum | 21X26

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PRINTS LOST IN THOUGHT (DETAIL) | £45 (Unframed) | Giclee | 41X51

CRASHING WAVES, DUNSTANBURGH (DETAIL) | £190 | Etching | 66X31

PATCHWORK PRIMROSES (DETAIL) | £47 | Etching | 28X26

CLOUD OF DANCERS (DETAIL) £45 (Unframed) | Giclee | 44X51

PURPLE AND GOLD LANDSCAPE (DETAIL) | £160 | Etching | 60X40

PERUVIAN LILLIES (DETAIL) | £168 | Etching | 56X52

GREEN DANCERS (DETAIL) £45 (Unframed) | Giclee | 51X44

Cathy Duncan 28

TYNE VALLEY WINTER LANDSCAPE (DETAIL) | £160 Etching | 60X40

Rebecca Vincent

COSMOS AND SEASHELLS (DETAIL) | £168 | Etching | 60X54

Jenny Devereux


JEWELLERY

Kokkino Kokkino is a company designing and making contemporary precious metal and enamel jewellery pieces. The styles and designs are derived from the use of clean shapes and simple forms, making the designs easy to wear. The femininity of the work is also visible from the delicate style and subtlety of the colour. Prices from £25 upwards

MEDIUM OVAL NECKLACE IN TURQUOISE | £90

PINK 3 LAYER BUTTERFLY BROOCH | £45

Melanie Tomlinson Inspiration for Melanie’s range of brooches is taken from Romanian folklore, where butterflies and flowers are a reoccurring theme. Each piece she makes has a connection to a story or song that she has heard when in Romania. Melanie begins by painting intricate designs in her sketch book using gouache and a fine brush. She then individually hand prints her designs onto sheet tinned steel and then cuts, folds, presses and sews the various layers together. When finished, the metal gleams through the surface decoration adding visual depth to each piece. Prices from £22.50 upwards

NECKLACE | £150

Kokkino

OVAL RING | DOUBLE STACK £90

BUTTERFLY BROOCH | £22.50

GREEN RED 2 LAYER BUTTERFLY BROOCH | £30

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JEWELLERY

Patricia Gurgel-Segrillo Based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Patricia works with pure silver, or 999 silver, rather than sterling. Pure silver is softer and therefore essential for the weaving technique she uses. Her work has been described as ‘rootsy but urban, classy but understated,’ and the pieces Patricia designs and makes must be wearable and comfortable. This is key to her work. Actor Orlando Bloom is a fan and wearer of Patricia’s work. Prices from £25 upwards

Wendy-Sarah Pacey Exhibiting for the first time at The Biscuit Factory, Wendy-Sarah Pacey’s main motivation is to bring a sense of preciousness to jewellery made with non precious materials. By using a composite of acrylic and metallic foils, she creates a vibrant new material. The simple bold shapes of her jewellery let the richly coloured patterns shine through clearly, while the smooth, curved surfaces allow light to reflect and refract, giving depth and luminescence, as though the material is lit from within.

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PURE SILVER AND PAU-BRASI SEEDS NECKPIECE WITH FELINE TOOTH PENDANT (Chains available on request) | £180

WOVEN RING WIDE BAND | £110

PURE SILVER AND ACAI SEEDS NECKLACE | £240

Patricia Gurgel-Segrillo

DOUBLE PEBBLE EARRINGS | £145

2 BANGLES | £295

COIL NECKLACE | £225

Wendy-Sarah Pacey


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Fresh Magazine - Autumn 2007  

Fresh, The Biscuit Factory's in-house art magazine, is published quarterly. Fresh consists of 36 pages featuring new artists, new work from...

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