Diana Barraclough Ceramics

Diana Barraclough
Ceramics Diana Barraclough

Collections of identical or similar objects, often humble in their nature, fascinate me and have influenced my work recently. Ceramic show cases in museums displaying an infinite number of everyday clay objects and vessels with a variety of functions and uses, be they jugs, teapots or Japanese tea bowls which have been loved and used over centuries are comforting and for me contain a collective spirit.

I will be exhibiting at the Fresh Air exhibition and also in Romsey Abbey in July.

T:01488 682292, 07979 728494

Mavina Baker Return to the top of this page
Artists' books, Printmaking Mavina Baker

My work is driven by a desire to tell stories, and by the materiality of the handmade; drawn to the intimacy of the book form as a way to consider and to communicate ideas. In forming links between word and image, my work becomes the means of expression for simple narratives.

T:07974 705072

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David H Jones Return to the top of this page
Drawing and Painting David H Jones

Inspired by nature’s palette, I first produce watercolour studies recalling observed colour combinations. This transfers into a prolonged process of repetitious mark making and overpainting in acrylic on canvas, exploring colour contrast and transitions of hue. The outcomes are richly textured surfaces of energised colour sensation.

T:01488 71838, 07876 015837

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Emily Myers Return to the top of this page
Ceramics Emily Myers

The skills that Emily uses have been honed over many years of working with clay. She throws on the wheel, with two contrasting clays: red stoneware and porcelain. The pots are often carved, textured and sculpted into new forms once off the wheel.

Emily Myers has been a Fellow of The Craft Potters' Association for 25 years. She shows at The Leach Pottery, St Ives and Contemporary Ceramics, opposite The British Museum.

T:01264 730243


Working studio
25 The Croft, Hungerford, Berkshire RG17 0HY
t: 01488 682292, 07979 72849
e: dianabarracloughceramics@btinternet.com
w: www.dibarraclough.org.uk

From the A4, turn into Hungerford town. Turn right down Church Street, then right down Croft Road. The studio is at the second semi past the bowling green.

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