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“A window into the world of art” Kevin Lewis

Tanya Gomez

Xmas 2012

Looking for something more original than a new iron or a toaster? COME AND FIND SOME FRESH INSPIR ATION…

We have unique Christmas ideas that support talented artists, makers and the UK’s creative industries t Gift a gallery membership (£60),

supporting charitable activities.

Membership benefits include invites to exhibition private views, meetings with artists and a 10% discount for

Deryn Relph

12 months

t Gift vouchers at any amount from rings to portraits

Emma Dunbar

t Commission your dream artwork,

t Framing & hanging: a specialist

art technician & an expert framing consultation with our framing

Guy Royle


t Personalised wedding lists:

guests can buy a piece outright or make a contribution

Andy Wilkinson

Andy Wilkinson

Artist in Focus:

Andy Wilkinson creates iconic imagery in limited

26 October – 29 December

and gold, often including hand-embellishments of

edition screen prints that are a fusion of colour, silver gold. Andy refers to his work as Fables: each image is lovingly hand-drawn, and from the original master, Andy creates his screen prints. Andy is a storyteller; he introduces characters and places, sets the scene, but invites us to imagine the narrative. Andy is inspired by the relationship between animals, nature and man. He also explores children’s literature and medieval illuminated manuscripts.

Drinks by Imbibros Wine & Spirit

17 November – 26 January 2012

Merchants, the proud independent wine

Private view on 16 November,

merchant based in

6-8pm – all welcome

Godalming & Farnham

Winter Contemporary Cr A must see Christmas show for

“Absolutely excellent!!” Rob Swift

all novice and expert collectors of art and craft. All work is handmade, making it unique and environmentally friendly. You are sure to find a perfect gift. Known for selecting contemporary

Matt Sherratt

craft of the highest quality and skill, the gallery has selected many of our makers at major events such as Collect, Art in Clay, Art in Action, Rising Stars and the Festival of Crafts.

The exhibition presents both established and emerging makers, and supports their practice by ensuring their work is visible to collectors. We are delighted to introduce ceramics by Cressida Borrett; Emily

Janine Partington

Hall; Paul Jackson; Eliza Jayne Simpson; Dave Rogers; Jan LewinCadogan and Matt Sherratt, and jewellery by Adele Beuscher; Annie Cracknell; Christine Davies; Kathryn Hinton and Cathy Sutherland.

Bettina Starke

raft & Fine Art Collection We will also be presenting work by our regular, renowned makers, including Nicola Becci; Judith Brown;

“Inspiring” Susan Rice

Vanessa Bullick; Lucy Burley; Fliff Carr; Machi De Waard; Rowena Gilbert; Virginia Graham; Tanya Gomez; Kirsten Hendrich; Akiko Hirai; Camilla Hyde; John Masterton; Jane Muir; George Ormerod; Sue Paraskeva; Deryn Relph; Guy Royle; Sanders & Wallace; Kate Schuricht; Will Shakspeare; Amanda Simmons; Rebecca Skeels; Bettina Starke; Meryl Till; Billie Tilley and many more. The Pavilion Gallery and the Foyer invites you to enjoy fine art by prominent artists Mychael Barratt; Tim Burns; Clare Caulfield; Emma Dunbar; Michael Fairclough; Fiona Millais; Vicki Nigoumi; Trevor Price; William Pullen and Liz Toole. You

Craig Shuttlewood

are also invited to find an emerging talent, including Holly Drewett; Lucy Harding; Joanne HummelNewell, Janine Partington, Craig Shuttlewood and many more.

“Excellent work! Some is mind boggling!!!” Leanne Fitz

Contemporary Textiles Showcase

Alison Ellen

Nao Fukumoto

2 November – 19 January

Alison Ellen; Helen Chatterton; Nao

Knitting Workshop with Alison Ellen

Fukumoto; Maria-Theresa Fernandes;

Monday 10 December, 10am–5pm

Craig Fellows; Gillian Royal; Debbie McCarty and Holly Berry

£45, bring along needles (including

An exhibition featuring work by eight

crochet hook) and yarn if you have

exciting textile artists and designers,

them. Booking essential, tel: 01252

chosen for their mix of traditional

713208 (max. 12 people)

and contemporary techniques and quality of production within their medium. Presenting a range of knitted, woven, felted, embroidered and felted textiles, this exhibition aims to showcase the variety of processes and the impressive results that can be achieved within the field of textiles. The showcase is curated by Alison Woodley.

double ended needles and a

Knit fun 3-d shapes without seams. Participants will create shapes for a Christmas decoration, hat, bag or cushion. All levels are welcome. Alison’s approach to teaching design is to take a fresh look at knitting as a constructive textile technique where it is possible to build shapes without seams. We explore how stitches can alter the fabric, using the way stitches are combined to create shaping rather than the ‘dressmaking’ approach of altering the edges of separate pieces by increasing and decreasing. The aim is to gain confidence to experiment.

Clare Crouchman Maker in Focus:

Clare’s work draws upon the intricate shapes and textures in

5 January – 23 February

and repetitive patterns that repeat themselves naturally on

the landscape for inspiration. She is intrigued by rhythmical both a large and small scale. Clare’s choice of materials and working methods are crucial to the desired outcomes. Ceramic materials go through a series of transformational processes, paralleling those of the natural world, which bring a strong physical dimension to her work. An influence of cities, mapping, mazes and labyrinths is clearly evident within Clare’s ceramics as well as her collographs and etchings.

Extra Christmas opening hours Sundays on 18 & 25 Nov and 2, 9, 16 & 23 Dec, 11am–4pm. Closed on 25–26 Dec and 1 Jan. 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 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:

A Patron receives: invitations to previews of new exhibitions and complimentary drinks with artists and staff; priority invitations to special events and sales. In addition, an Angel receives: 10% discount on purchases, excluding books, magazines and cards. You can become a Patron for just £25/year or an Angel for £60/year. new-ashgate-gallery/10/398/57b Registered Charitable Trust No. 274326

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