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Running Hare

Martin Duffy
£1,300.00

This dramatic sculpture showcases Martin’s ability to create  a sense of movement and story - where has the hare come from, from whom is it running: what is it chasing, while capturing the strength and power of the hare in full flight at any given moment. 

Herringbone Monolith

Wendy Lawrence
£1,500.00

A ceramic sculpture epitomising the simplicity of form and textural elements typical of Wendy Lawrence’s work.                  

The herringbone pattern is carved with hand tools to echo the striations found in rock and ancient stone edifices,  becoming part of the form as well as the surface of the piece. 

Inspired by ancient stone circles this piece generates a sense of solidity and continuity, connecting us with our heritage and spiritual landscape.

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

Blue Fern

Catrin Jones
£2,000.00

One of a series of sculptural works pairing antique flashed glass with weathered oak stumps retrieved from a Welsh hillside.  The fern, the birch and the bo all have strong spiritual meanings, and these pieces celebrate life and its vibrancy and the cyclicality of nature.  The glass is mouth-blown in France and Germany and has been acid-etched many times, in order to create the patterns and textures.  The glass has also been gilded, using silver and copper leaf applied by hand.  The oak is as found on the hillside but cleaned back.

The Collector #1

Annette Marie Townsend
£1,800.00

This life-size sculpture of a yellow buttercup flower and leaf, resting in a small glass bottle is made from beeswax and paraffin wax.

 

The sculpture incorporates tinned copper wire, silk fabric, tissue paper, cotton thread, artists' pigments, acrylic paint and acrylic varnish to give added detail and authenticity and is mounted on a wooden base with traditional glass dome.

 

The sculpture is 13cm in height, 5cm wide and 4cm in depth. 

 

Part of the ‘Collector’ Series of numbered works, influenced by museum collections, it is typical of Annette Marie Townsend's intricate and exquisite craftsmanship and her expertise in the tradition of Victorian wax sculpture.

 

Please note that the piece should be displayed out of direct sunlight and away from direct sources of heat.

 

Photo credit: Dewi Tannatt Lloyd

Wavy Beaded Wall Hanging

Howard Lewis
£1,850.00

Sculpted to bring out the natural flow and grain of the wood, this unusual wall piece is made from locally sourced wood.

Tectonic, Steel

Ed Burke
£2,274.00

Ed Burke has been a master glassblower for over 30 years. He takes enjoyment in the technicallity of blowing glass. His tectonic series is creating glass that has a geometric view and is juxtapose to the natural properties of glass which is usually softer and rounder. 

 

The piece is One of a kind piece, although we are able to create a piece of a similar influence.

Tectonic, Copper Blue

Ed Burke
£2,274.00

Ed Burke has been a master glassblower for over 30 years. He takes enjoyment in the technicallity of blowing glass. His tectonic series is creating glass that has a geometric view and is juxtapose to the natural properties of glass which is usually softer and rounder. 

 

The piece is One of a kind piece, although we are able to create a piece of a similar influence.

Triple Crown of Welsh Oak

Howard Lewis
£1,900.00

Sculpted from a single, locally sourced Welsh oak burr, and mounted on an oak burr stand, the T is ebonised Welsh oak.