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A unique piece inspired by the statues of the ancient Roman gods.
Cast in iron resin, the piece is heavily textured to create the sense of age, while the detail is typical of Angela’s fascination with the beauty of the female form, its seductive quality captured in the hands sculpted around the hips.
One of a series of three bronze works, this beautiful sculpture showcases the smooth, flowing lines and detail that Angela employs to depict the sensuality of the female form.
A figurative sculpture in the classic tradition, the piece captures the essence of the modern idiom with its power to draw the observer in.
One of a series of small scale sculptures depicting the female form, this piece is characteristic of Angela Farquharson’s work and her interest in classical figurative sculpture. The textile ‘detail’ is inspired by the shapes made as fabric drapes and folds across the body, creating new interest and sense of sensuality, enhanced by the natural unglazed porcelain finish.
This beautiful limited edition evening stole in Deep Lapis Blue, is designed by Patricia Lester.
From a collection of digitally printed silk scarves inspired by the original designs, art and photographs of Charles and Patricia Lester, this luxurious evening stole, designed by Patricia Lester, manipulates images of their original hand painted and hand swirled silk.
It is then edged with their gold deco print and finished with a hand rolled hem.
Limited Edition - First Edition of 3
This beautiful study of a flower nymph combines the exceptional attention to detail characteristic of Martin’s work with his ability to create a story which invites the observer to pause and reflect.
Despite it’s scale the eye is drawn to the detail which makes the piece both intimate and powerful.
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.