A Palette of Artists
Arty Pumpkin, Martin Eastabrook, Jane Fullman, Gemma Kirby, Emma Moscow,
Often, Mixed media, A3.
Time, Mixed media, A2.
Gentle Thoughts, Pen, ink and print, A3.
Continuing to explore a range of mediums, even having a go with acrylics, combining words and images. Words heard or read and printed with wooden type blocks, the images from scribbling people and places. Exhibiting in the Bowls Pavilion and the Folly, in the grounds of Stockcross House. There is plenty of parking and refreshments will also be available.
Chequered Vase, Stoneware Ceramic, 28cm tall.
Ra-Sun God, Ceramic, 31cm tall.
The Couple, Ceramic, 33cm.
I've been developing a range of matt "dry" glazes. Coupled with previous work on textured surfaces the opportunities for development are exciting. My Stoneware, Porcelain and Raku work continues with occasional Terracotta slipware. Curiosity is the driver and being ever open to surprises.
T:01635 579035 E:email@example.com W:www.martineastabrookceramics.com
Jewellery, Traditional crafts
Meditation on the Australian Wild Fires, bobbin lace techniques using gilt coloured copper wire, 30cm x 40cm
I created this piece to pay tribute to the stoicism and resilience of the Australian people in their fight against the wildfires. I’ve been moved and touched by the resilience of the Australian people, horrified by the plight of the wildlife and unnerved by the pace of climate change. As a symbol of respect for the Australian people and the devastating fire season of 2020, I have created some flowers of Australia, a waratah; the state flower of New South Wales, a golden wattle; Australia’s National flower and a royal bluebell; the flower of the Capital Territory, surrounded by golden flames.
Meditation on the Australian Wild Fires (detail), bobbin lace techniques using gilt coloured copper wire, 30cm x 40cm
Lace Posy and Bumblebee, bobbin lace techniques using gilt coloured copper wire, 30cm x 40cm
Fantastical Flower, bobbin lace techniques using gilt coloured copper wire, 10cm diameter
I combine the traditional skills of bobbin lace making with wire to make distinctive and unique jewellery and lace art. I am inspired by the patterns of nature, the transient and ever changing natural world and the rich heritage of lace. I am developing larger pieces of sculptural work including a 3D Elizabethan collar made in wire and featuring flowers, moths and bugs.
Working in a more conceptual way using a range of media, I continue to take inspiration from the environment alongside the psyche and the practie of using art to promote positive thinking. Reusing and re purposing objects that I can turn into something of beauty and meaning is a continuing theme in my work. I also produce illustrative art work for children's rooms.
T:07876 100965 E:firstname.lastname@example.org
Lilac Fruit, parasisal straw with silk veiling and fruit.
Daisy Headband, silk velvet with beaded daisies.
Oriental Lily , parasisal straw with hand painted silk Lily and ostrich quill.
Autumn Leaves , fur felt with hand painted silk and leather leaves.
I continue to be captivated by the beauty of nature and have been using new techniques to make plants and flowers to adorn my hats and headpieces. I also love Japanese art and design and am producing a collection inspired by all things Japanese. I greatly enjoy teaching millinery in workshops and private lessons.
T:01488 608334, 07812 645904