Artists

Diana Barraclough Ceramics

Diana Barraclough, Sue Diffey, Belinda Gizzi, Samantha Silverton

Diana Barraclough

Ceramics, Sculpture

Diana Barraclough

I am still exploring paintily surfaces to my pieces, using different clays, stains and glazes to highlight dramatic landscapes. Mostly the pots are hand built so I can make the shapes more irregular. I continue to make large sculptural pieces for the garden.

T:07979 728494
E:dianabarracloughceramics@btinternet.com
W:www.dibarraclough.org.uk

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Sue Diffey

Drawing, Painting, Printmaking

Sue Diffey

Over the years my painting has been focused on exploring the juxtaposition of stillness and energy using the humble repetitive form of the vessel; a symbol for both physical and spiritual sustenance. This is my last Open Studios Exhibition and so this collection will reflect my creative journey since 1999 when I first joined; including drawings, paintings and prints.

T:07920 290570
E:Suediffey@gmail.com
W:www.suediffey.com

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Belinda Gizzi

Ceramics, Jewellery

Belinda Gizzi

Ceramic Platter with small matching dipping dish, decorated porcelain slips, Platter: 12" x 12". Small dipping dish: 4" x 4".

Belinda Gizzi

Ceramic Round bowl, Decorated porcelain slips. 9" x 6".

Belinda Gizzi

Ceramic thrown bowl, Decorated porcelain slips, 7" x 6".

Belinda Gizzi

Ceramic Bowl, Decorated porcelain slips. 7" x 7".

Belinda Gizzi

 

My love of surface and texture is never far away so once again I will look at the flotsom and jetsom I collect on the beaches of Cornwall and transfer the Colour and texture I see to my work. I will also introduce some smaller pieces that can be worn as jewellery.

T:07734 461548
E:gizzib@hotmail.co.uk
 

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Samantha Silverton

Ceramics

Samantha Silverton

I create ceramics inspired by the landscape. I like the warm tones, vibrancy and depth of colour which can be achieved when using slips on a red clay body. I apply slips in a variety of ways to create depth. I work and react on instinct, every new brush stroke made is a reaction to the last, creating a natural rhythm and flow to every piece.

T:07841 487999
E:silvertonceramics@gmail.com
W:www.samanthasilvertonceramics.com
 

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Working studio

25 The Croft, Hungerford RG17 0HY

t:07979 728494
e:dianabarracloughceramics@btinternet.com
w:www.dibarraclough.org.uk

From the A4, turn into Hungerford town. Under the railway bridge turn right down Church Street, then first right down Croft Road. Go to the end and turn right. The studio is the second semi passed the bowling green.

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