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Black Sea, Blue Harbour

Margaret Burke

Margaret enjoys using different surface design techniques to create her multi component sculptures. Her 'Black Sea, Blue Harbour' scene is a construction of three blown forms with multiple layers of coloured glass that Margaret has sandblasted through the different layers.

Standing Form

Wendy Lawrence

This piece epitomises the simplicity of form and carved elements that are a signature of Wendy’s work and her fascination with geological formations.

Clay is carved to create the ‘natural’ folds on the surface of this piece, while the volcanic like texture is achieved by adding clay to a clay foundation and then carving into the clay surface. The natural look is amplified by adding several layers of glaze imbued with silicon carbide. 

In the reference to the ancient standing stones of our ancestors. Connecting us with the standing stone of the ancients Brown colour?

The works are high fired and are suitable for any interior or exterior spaces. 

Carved Disc - Ammonite

Wendy Lawrence

A detailed study in clay, inspired by the heavy millstones crafted from ancient stone and etched by the milling of grain.


Made by using a range of hand building techniques, the clay is carved to create copper ribbons of clay from one focal point. Multiple layers of glaze are then added to amplify its authentic stone character. 


The works are high fired and are suitable for any interior or exterior spaces.

Carved Standing Form

Wendy Lawrence

The many surface treatments within this dramatic sculpture capture the varied textures and colours found within the geological rock formations that fascinate and inform Wendy’s work. 

It’s ‘broken’ edge draws attention to the fragility of our natural world and calls us to consider the tension between decay and regeneration - and the inherent beauty which emerges from erosion.

Little Beggar

Martin Duffy

An unusual piece and a departure from Martin’s usual work, this quirky sculpture reflects his sense of fun while losing none of the detail and craftsmanship typical of a Martin Duffy sculpture.

Wavy Rim Ash Bowl

Howard Lewis

Rectangular ash wavy rim bowl, power carved adn sanded with an ebonies base. 

Finished with a thin wax oil.


Wendy Lawrence

Reminiscent of stone circles and historic obelisks, this piece reflects Wendy’s fascination with stone and its place in the landscape. The unusual colouring echoes the soft tones which emerge within stone as it reacts to the weathering of  time, the curving mark through the clay an additional focal point to draw the observer into the piece.