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Celebrating creativity

Gareth Mason

Summer 2013

Ceramics Now 11 M a y – 2 2 J u n e Private view: 10 May, 6-8pm Peter Beard, Karen Bunting, Jack Doherty, Fenella Elms, Margaret Frith, Carolyn Genders, Ruth King, Claudia Lis, Sophie MacCarthy, Gareth Mason, Marcus O’Mahoney, Kaori Tatebayashi. In an exciting collaboration, the Craft Potters Association (CPA) and four galleries will celebrate the rich diversity of contemporary ceramics. The galleries will hold simultaneous exhibitions, each showing a different group of makers selected by the gallery as an illustration of ‘ceramics now’.


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• Bevere Gallery Worcester: 1 June - 29 June • B luecoat Display Centre Liverpool: 1 June - 20 July • Contemporary Ceramics Centre London: 6 June - 29 June

Hester Berry Horizons 10 May – 22 June Private view: 10 May, 6-8pm Hester Berry paints expressive and organic rural and urban landscapes that are made of recycled, eco-friendly materials. Hester paints from life, invariably when it is raining, observing the idiosyncrasies of natural life from a sheltered perch. ‘My painting is an attempt to connect the visual and culturally familiar experience of the landscape with its visceral. The viewer can identify with the pleasures of the existing but endangered great outdoors’. Hester is the winner of the 2011 Peoples Choice

Hester Berry

award for Young Artists.

Summer Craft Collection

ceramics, jewellery, enamelled work, glass 4 May – 24 August Private view: A must see show for all novice and expert

10 May, 6-8pm

collectors of the quality crafts. You are sure to find a perfect, affordable gift or a unique piece to your collection. New crafts by: • Kirsty Adams

• Mark Fenn

• George Ormerod

• Fliff Carr

• Katya Filmus

• Sarah Packington

• Jayne Childs

• Fiona Findlay

• Janine Partington

• Amanda Cobbett

• Paul Jackson

• Samantha Robertson

• Arwyn Jones

• Shakspeare Glass

• Sarah Lindsay

• Louise Walker

• Sally Ann Fenton

• Cathy Newell-Price

and many more.

Corrinne Evans

Amanda Cobbett

• Ali Cooper • Corrinne Evans

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Maker in Focus

Shakspeare Glass 3 May – 22 June Will Shakspeare set up Shakspeare Glass in 1988 after studying in Farnham. He is inspired by nature and produces distinctive work that ranges from small vases to large cast wall pieces, enjoying the spontaneity of the glass blowing process. This exhibition showcases exciting new abstract wall-based work and a range of striking sculptural forms.

Shakspeare Glass

Katrin Moye 28 June – 10 August Katrin Moye’s functional ceramics are inspired by childhood memories and a desire to create pieces that might have an important place in a family home. Her work is identified by a cleverly chosen colour palette and playful patterns developed from 1950s motifs. Katrin’s handmade tableware compliments the delicate perfection of her still life watercolours, displayed together in the exhibition. Katrin Moye

Jane Cradock-Watson

29 June – 10 August

Stories on Paper Illustration and Works on Paper

Private view: 28 June, 6-8pm

Illustration is vital in visual communication with endless creative possibilities. As Anthony Laureate has said, ‘illustration has a rightful place along all other arts that inspire, tell stories, express emotions and give pleasure’. This exhibition presents collectable illustration and works

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on paper from animation and artists’ books to cartoons, drawings and designs.

Summer in Balcony Gallery

Barbara Beaumont Different Places 27 April – 8 June Barbara Beaumont is inspired by ordinary, everyday occurrences such as a news item or a glimpse of something from a train or a car. She finds that the memory will go through many alterations and adjustments before it feels right and expresses the feeling of the initial idea. Barbara has exhibited widely, including the Royal Academy and the Mall Galleries, London. Barbara Beaumont

Konsti Art and Ostrobothnia Design Association

The Northern Light textiles, silversmithing, glass, ceramics from Western Finland 22 June – 3 August Since 1986, the Konsti Art has been inspired by the Nordic landscape, ever-changing light and

and Maisa Turunen-Wiklund.

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Tuulikki Päällysaho, Päivi Rintaniemi, Minna Tuohisto-Kokko

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by Susanna Beloff, Kaarin Hellman, Juha Koskela,


exhibition presents craft from Western Finland


four seasons. For the first time in Surrey, the

Opening hours Tuesday–Saturday 10am–5pm. Free admission and groups are welcome All exhibition rooms are accessible to wheelchair users. Guide dogs are welcome. We are situated on the edge of Waggon Yard, just off Downing Street.

The New Ashgate Gallery is an educational charity that promotes contemporary visual arts and crafts to as wide a public as possible, through a programme of changing exhibitions, projects with artists, makers, and projects of support and development delivered by the trust with local, regional, national and international partnerships and educational events. New Ashgate Gallery Waggon Yard, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 7PS 01252 713208

Angels and Patrons Friendship Scheme By donating to the gallery, Angels and Patrons support our charitable activities. By road: Farnham is 11 miles southwest of Guildford, Surrey, and is clearly signposted from the A3, A31, M3 and A287. There is a pay and display car park in front of the Gallery. The adjacent car park has four dedicated disabled parking spaces. By rail: The Farnham Station is served by London Waterloo. The Gallery is a five-minute walk from the station. By bus & coach: Buses run from Farnham to surrounding towns and villages, generally every hour. For enquiries contact Traveline on 0871 2002233 or visit Design:

Patrons receive priority invitations to events and previews of exhibitions and complimentary drinks with artists. In addition, Angels receive 10% discount on art and craftwork purchases for 12 months. You become a Patron for £25 a year or an Angel for an additional £35 per year. new-ashgate-gallery/10/398/57b Registered Charitable Trust No. 274326

New Ashgate Gallery: Summer 2013  

Summer Craft Collection, Hester Berry, Ceramics Now, Stories on Paper: Illustration and Work on Paper, The Northern Light: Konsti Art, Maker...

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