THE DESTINATION TO VIEW AND BUY THE BEST OF CONTEMPORARY ART AND CRAFT
JANUARY - APRIL 2017
Shop online at newashgate.org.uk John Hoyland, Soulless Stars Cascade
Trevor Price: New Print & Painting and Jane Clift: Wire Sculptures 14 January - 25 February
Colour!: Print by John Hoyland and Glass by Paul Stopler 14 January - 25 February
Trevor’s new work will be shown alongside fantastic wire sculptures by Jane Clift in celebrating movement, grace and humour. Trevor Price is one of our favourite artists.
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 glass art today.
He specialises in drypoints and etchings
Hoyland’s paintings are abstracts but they are not
that are handmade and hand printed in
about absolutes. They are particular emotions, thoughts
his studios in London and St. Ives.
and feelings dependent upon the act of looking.
Trevor is the Vice President of the Royal
Paul Stopler practices lost-wax kiln casting and uses the
Society of Painter-Printmakers. He has
craft of lathe-turning waxes to produce unique cast glass
won several national printmaking awards,
vessels. This has led to the development of new cast pieces
and was Printmaker of the Year in 2011.
that reproduce the complexityof the turned wax vessels.
His work is held in various collections.
A single translucent colour is chosen for its potential to transmit changing hues and light accents; the deeper
Jane Clift employs different types of
the mass of glass, the more saturated the colour.
wire in her work, using the medium as others would use a pencil to sketch her sculptures. Jane loves to create birds and small animals. Paul Stopler, Pintil
Trevor Price, Coastal Study
SPRING SEASON PRIVATE VIEWS 13 January & 3 March MINI TALK BY TREVOR PRICE: 13 January from 5.45pm-6pm Free admission - All welcome!
SHOP O N L IN E N E WA S H G AT O R G .U K E .
MAKER IN FOCUS: Craig Underhill 14 January - 25 February Craig’s paintings and ceramics evoke the feeling of landscapes that he has visited or travelled through. His work is influenced by the inconsequential visual effects that are created in landscapes by the repetitive and methodical actions of humankind. Craig uses the surface of his slab built vessel forms like a canvas onto which he applies mark-making techniques, layers of engobe, slip and underglaze colours. Exploring ideas through drawing is an important part of his making process, which Craig tends to do before committing himself to the ceramic pieces. Craig Underhill, On the Wall
David Mayne: The Sculptor
Rising Stars 2017 4 March - 15 April
14 January - 25 February Over the past 30 years, David has developed his work from raw assemblage with found objects to the much more refined pieces he now creates. One thing has remained constant - the use of metal. David has a lifelong passion with nature and landscape. He lives in Holmfirth near areas of stunning woodland and wild and beautiful hills and moorland. The work he now creates is a response to this landscape and
Rising Stars is a platform to view and collect some of the most exciting new craft by emerging makers from crafts and applied arts programmes across the UK. This curated exhibition is accompanied by professional development and a cash prize. In the past, many of the selected exhibitors have gone on to a high profile career and elite programmes such as Hothouse by Crafts Council.
other wilderness environments he has encountered. When not working on exhibitons and private commissions, Mayne continues his practice as a sculptor working in the public realm, creating landmark features for local authorities, visitor centres, large scale public
This year’s shortist is selected from more than 60 applications. The selectors were Rebecca Skeels, Post Graduate Subject & Senior Tutor for University of Creative Arts; Gemma Curtis, Craft Programme Co-ordinator, Farnham Maltings and Outi Remes, Director at New Ashgate. The programme is supported by the Billmeir Charitable Trust and organised in partnership with the University for the Creative Arts.
companies and health trusts.
David Mayne, Into the Wild
Winner of Rising Stars 2016: One Year On - Emma Jane Rule 4 March - 15 April Using the technique of foldforming alongside more traditional metalworking practices such as hammer forming and hand raising, Emma-Jane explores the malleable and intriguing natures of silver and copper. Her work is organic and tactile, reflecting the undulating lines and rhythms found in the natural world. Additional surface textures, patinas and burnishing complement Loucinda Nims
and enhance the forms and the metal’s natural lustre. Emma-Jane’s designs include sculptural jewellery as well as decorative and functional contemporary metalwork for, unique items of luxury for everyday use and treasured heirlooms for the future.
Emma Jane Rule, Prickle Pods
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Sugar Bowl and Spoon
Views of Farnham: introducing Fiona Pearce and Jan Gaska 4 March - 15 April We are delighted to introduce two artists who are inspired by the historic views of Farnham and its surrounding areas. Fiona has a passion for the beautiful Surrey and Hampshire countryside. Her daily runs in the countryside are her greatest inspiration. Fiona works mainly in acrylic, applying thick layers with credit cards, fingers and occasionally a
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brush. Fiona has a degree in art from the West Surrey College of Art.
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Jan is a figurative painter and printmaker. His new plein air paintings explore Farnham and its surrounding countryside. Jan studied Fine Art at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design and Masters in Printmaking and Illustration
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teaches printmaking and is the winner of the New English Drawing Scholars prize in 2016-17.
Fiona Pearce, Flower Market
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21 January - 29 April A wonderful and bespoke collection of ceramics, jewellery, textiles and wood - a must see for gifts and special occasions.
Highlights include new work by Rebecca Callis, Jennifer Hall, Emily Kidson, Emma Mogridge, Ingrid Saag, Moya Tosh and Hajra Williams.
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By rail: Farnham Station is served from and to London Waterloo. nationalrail.co.uk for timetables. By air: London Gatwick and Heathrow airports are an hour drive from Farnham. For more than 50 years, New Ashgate Gallery has been a window into arts and crafts, supporting artists and makers. It promotes and champions the best contemporary art and craft and provides an unparalleled resource in Farnham, Surrey and beyond. The Gallery curates an exciting programme of exhibitions in the market place and events for artists and the community. We are a charity. New Ashgate Gallery Waggon Yard, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 7PS email@example.com 01252 713208
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Published on Dec 21, 2016
Highlights include Trevor Price, John Hoyland, Craig Underhill, David Mayne, Paul Stopler, Rising Stars 2017, Emma-Jane Rule, Views of Farnh...