THE GLASSHOUSE
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Shoreline Jug A-1, 2022, Grey stoneware + white; h16.5cm d11cm w18cm; selling price £100,
Shoreline Jug B-2, 2022, Buff stoneware + white; h19.5cm d12.5cm w18cm; selling price £120
Shoreline Jug D-1, 2022, Buff stoneware + black; h14cm d12cm w16.5cm; selling price £85, D
Shoreline Jug C-2, 2022, Buff stoneware + black; h18cm d12.5cm w17.5cm; selling price £120
Shoreline Jug F-1, 2022, Buff stoneware + cream; h18cm d12cm w16cm; selling price £120+VAT

David Stonehouse

Cambridge, UK

"Suffolk Shoreline is a group of hand-thrown stoneware jugs made especially for the Wild Collective exhibition, inspired by pebbles found on walks along Aldeburgh and Southwold beaches. My pieces are the product of an ongoing exploration of the relationship between form and surface, and function and detailing. I tend to use a restricted palette of materials, and allow them to be at the forefront, often celebrating the contrast between raw clay and the fluidity of glazed surfaces."

(Top)   Suffolk Shoreline Jug 1

Grey speckled stoneware with white clay inlay, transparent glaze

H. 16.5 x w. 18 x d. 11 cm (volume 1.1lt)

SOLD

(Middle Left)   Suffolk Shoreline Jug 2

Buff stoneware with white clay inlay, transparent glaze

H. 19.5 x w. 18 x d. 12.5 cm (volume 1.2lt)

SOLD

(Middle Right)   Suffolk Shoreline Jug 3

Buff stoneware with brown-black clay inlay, transparent glaze

H. 18 x w. 17.5 x d. 12 cm (volume 1.2lt)

SOLD

(Bottom Left)   Suffolk Shoreline Jug 4

Speckled buff stoneware with brown-black clay inlay, transparent glaze

H. 14 x w. 16.5 x d. 12 cm (volume 850ml)

Available to purchase

(Bottom Right)   Suffolk Shoreline Jug 5

Speckled buff stoneware with light clay inlay, transparent glaze

H. 18 x w. 16 x d. 12 cm (volume 1.2lt)

Available to purchase

Jane Charles (aka Smallbeans Stitches)

Milton Keynes, UK

"I have been making work with dyed, printed and embroidered textiles for over 12 years. Building layers of colour and texture, adding detail to tell a story is important to my work."

"I like to incorporate an element of vintage reference to my personal work, often inspired by a family member, a vintage find or book. Over lockdown I was able to explore eco dyeing and printing with online workshops and just time to play with new ideas and this work has been developed from those processes. Celebrating the natural world by using its colour and vintage books with stitch was a great process to explore."

 

Cotton-Reel Trees

Hand embroidered and British Heritage fabrices, wood & cotton reel

H. 14 - 18 cm

Available to purchase

 

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Imogen Charleston

Dorset, UK

Imogen is a ceramic artist based on the Dorset coast. Her forms are imbued with the narrative of the landscape, incorporating foraged materials and wild clays. "Now more than ever we need to reconnect with the earth and honour what it provides for us as humans." This recent collection was developed while artist in residence at Poole Museum. It incorporates woven elements which are made with ghost fishing net fibre. The raw materials used – clays, rocks, wood –  have all been gathered and processed by hand, inspired by traditional methods.

Gathering Bowl

Wheel thrown buff stoneware clay. Native wild clay slip decoration. Wood ash glaze. Woven ghost fishing net, bound and stitched with raffia. 

H. 18 x dia. 33 cm

Available to purchase

Linda Cavill

Hertfordshire, UK

These Seedpod Vessels are a combination of ideas inspired by the natural world. The main bodies of the vessels were developed from photographs taken of a group of cactus plants on a visit to Lanzarote and the seedpods are an interpretation of the diverse forms found in nature. I have utilised a variety of hand-building techniques to construct the vessels, coiling for the body, pinching and slabs for the seedpods.

Linda Cavill is a multidisciplinary artist utilising ceramics and mixed media painting in her practice. Linda studied textile design at The Scottish College of Textiles in Galashiels before following a career in Printed Textile Design. She began painting as her design work became more computerised and has since added ceramics to her practice. She is fascinated by the layering process using collaged papers and printing rollers in her paintings and various slips, glazes and underglazes in her ceramics. The built environment is a constant source of inspiration for Linda`s work as are seedheads and pods in the natural world .

(From left to right)

Seedpod Vessel 1

Stoneware, H. 58 x dia. 12 cm

Seedpod Vessel 2

Stoneware, H. 58 x dia. 10 cm

Seedpod Vessel 3

Stoneware, H. 46 x dia. 9 cm

All available to purchase

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Franny Owen

Dorset, UK

Imogen is a ceramic artist based on the Dorset coast. Her forms are imbued with the narrative of the landscape, incorporating foraged materials and wild clays. "Now more than ever we need to reconnect with the earth and honour what it provides for us as humans." This recent collection was developed while artist in residence at Poole Museum. It incorporates woven elements which are made with ghost fishing net fibre. The raw materials used – clays, rocks, wood –  have all been gathered and processed by hand, inspired by traditional methods.

Springsong 3

Stoneware, porcelain slip, layered glazes

H. 15 x dia. 22 cm

Available to purchase

Katie Iacovou

London, UK

Katie’s organic forms and vessels are very much inspired by the coastal landscape. Particularly motivated by the textures that nature provides., the rugged craggy cliff tops, fissures, and big caves that go deep into the abyss are a constant source of inspiration. 

 

Katie regularly visits the Cornish coastline and on her many walks she observes an abundance of interesting surfaces, such as, barnacles growing on washed up beach items, sea foam and black encrusted rock formations.

(Top)

Moon Jar

Stoneware

H. 18 x dia. 20 cm

SOLD

(Bottom Left)

Landscape Vessel I

Stoneware

H. 21 x dia. 13 cm

Available to purchase

(Bottom Right)

Small Landscape Vessel

Stoneware

H. 15 x dia. 13 cm

Available to purchase

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Stephanie Johnson

Tournan, Le Gers, France

"Reflecting on home, place and habitat my practice focuses on the landscape and environment where I live in SW France. My immediate surroundings are both wild and tamed, living within the landscape between fields and woodland."

"Since moving here, I have used photography to study and document the undulating formation of the land and the traces made by human intervention. Focusing deep into the landscape I am searching for line, form and detail created by the integration of human work and natural landforms. These studies, in turn, inform my mark making in clay and on paper."

"I dig and prepare wild, native clay from our pond. Originally the pond was a clay pit where the clay was sourced to make bricks for the construction of the house and farm buildings. Building materials at that time would be locally sourced and prepared on site. This sustainable ethic has become increasingly important to me in my search for locally found wild materials to work with."

All slab built in wild, native clay. Inlaid markings in porcelain, slips and oxides:

(Top) Landmarks 1, 20 x 23 x 9 cm

All available to purchase

(Middle) Landmarks 2, 14 x 14 x 4.5 cm

All available to purchase

(Bottom - Left) Landmarks 3, 13 x 16 x 6 cm

All available to purchase

(Bottom - Right) Landmarks 4, 9 x 10 x 3.5 cm

All available to purchase

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Sylvie Joly

London, UK

Sylvie Joly is a London-based ceramicist who takes inspiration from Japanese classic ceramics to make functional tableware and vases. Vessels are thrown on the wheel, flatware usually slab-built. She likes to keep the forms simple and showcase the glazes which she develops to achieve a rich surface.

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Oribe Charger

Grogged stoneware

Dia. 42 cm

Available to purchase

(Bottom Left)

Oribe Ginko Vase

Grogged stoneware

H. 15 x w. 9 cm

SOLD

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Oribe Ginko Vessel

Grogged stoneware

H. 12 x w. 11 cm

Available to purchase

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Megan Willow Hack

Brighton, UK

"My work begins the moment I plan a walk, I have slowed down to the rhythms of sunlight and tidal time and deconstructed my process from origin to outcome. Subsequently, pieces are imbued in this sense of quiet ritual and cyclical movement, where moments are time-capsules, embedded in colour and line."

"Cartology has rooted the pieces in site specificity and informed both the mapping of my walks and the strokes across surfaces."

 

"Gradients have become mantras; the slow drift of one earth pigment to the next, one breath in and one breath out, footsteps treading along."

 

"Threads have become lines, walks, time, sourcing colour from plants on my journeys, soaked for days and weaved on hand looms. There is a slow tenderness to this repetition and appreciation for the natural world, as colours fade and pulsate, we have conversations, these are objects which breathe with life."

"In its entirety my work is about collaboration. With the elements the natural world has to offer, with my local environment, and with the people who experience it."

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Brighton to Roedean

Sandstone, driftwood, yellow sandstone, soil, seaweed, cliff clay on linen

H. 40 x w. 100 cm

Available to purchase

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Wandering

Plant dyes on linen

H. 30 x w. 21 cm

Available to purchase

Paul Dalrymple

Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland

"I design and make ceramics both sculptural and functional. The first and most important element is the material, its colour, textural qualities and often with the addition of local found materials."

 

"Growing up and living in Northern Ireland influences my work greatly, I use simple materials, found in nature and in industry like Pebble’s, worn bricks or trees as a starting point. Each one, symbolic of a different time or emotion in my life. Through the exploration of these materials, I am trying to show a sense of growth, embellished evidence of a story of what conditions they have survived. The weathered state of these materials wood, pebble or brick I feel show great resilience and character."

Large Coastal Bud Vases

Mixed Agate stoneware clay with the addition of wild clay and shingle

Each: H. 16 x w. 11 cm

Available to purchase

 

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Dimitris Papailias

East London, UK

Dimitri’s sculptural vessels are entirely hand-formed - presence and process focused. Each piece emerges at its own rhythm drawing inspiration and essence from the natural world as well as a reminiscence to his homeland of Greece.

(Left)   Presence I

Grogged dark clay

Dimensions TBC

Available to purchase

(Right)   Presence II

Grogged dark clay

Dimensions TBC

Available to purchase

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Zuleika Melluish

London, UK

Zuleika Melluish has always immersed herself in the decorative arts with particular fascination in the Arts and Crafts movement, and Persian painting, craft and pottery. 

In 2021, she began a project at OmVed Gardens, Highgate, documenting the different months of the garden in a collection of paintings and ceramics.

(Top)

OmVed Willows in May

Watercolour on paper, framed

H. 29 x w. 21.5

Available to purchase

 

(Bottom)

OmVed Willows in January

Chinese ink on paper, framed

H. 29 x w. 21.5

Available to purchase

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