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This beautiful scarf, designed by Charles Lester, is inspired by his photograph of dried hydrangea flowers.
With its vibrant gold tones, this limited edition scarf is from a collection of digitally printed scarves which capture the stunning designs, art and photography of Charles and Patricia Lester.
This scarf is made in 100% silk satin and is finished with a hand rolled hem.
Limited Edition - First Edition of 6
The graceful lines and elegance of expression in this beautiful study is typical of Angela’s work as she explores the inherent beauty and sensuality of the female form. Drawing on classical figurative sculpture, Angela incorporates a more modern style to create an emotive piece that invites the observer to pause and look beyond the surface.
Margarets Creatures Collection has developed over 20+ years. From travelling around the UK, she has spent a lot of time watching wildlife in moors, mountains, estates and fields in their natural habitats. She has created 'Hare at Dusk' from observing many hares in an evening, bouncing across fields and with its nose in the air.
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.
The bowl has become an important vehicle for me to express stored thoughts, writing and feelings. It contains, cups, gives a sense of gentle containment in a changing world. It is a quiet archive of thoughts, stories and metaphors that can move from one form to another.
One of a series, this bowl speaks of movement, absence and rhythms. The insides are inscribed with fine lines and have a matt, abraded surface; the outsides are a beautiful, rich, glassy black.
Photo Credits: Dewi Tannant Lloyd