Upcoming Workshop

Wire Wrapping With Angela Askins

18th August

Come and spend a day making beautiful wire wrapped jewellery with Angela Askins at the Nottingham Jewellery School.
In this first wire wrapping workshop you will learn how to handle the materials and wire, make simple shapes, attach beads and leave with a completed pair of earings and a bangle. You will be using copper, silver plated and brass wire. All equipment, wire and beads is provided but if sterling silver is required this will be at extra cost. Refreshments are provided during the day, please tell the school or tutor of any dietary requirements. 

Latest Exhibition

Julie Vernon

27th July to 8th September

Julie Vernon is an award winning artist creating one off pieces for sale, exhibitions and commission in her beautiful Nottinghamshire workshop. Working with a mix of materials from vitreous glass, ceramic and vintage porcelain through to natural marble and slate, Julie creates the most gorgeous array of colourways, patterns and styles within her pieces.

We look forward to showing you all in July.

 
 
 

Artist of the Month: August

Andrew Urwin

Andy Urwin is an artist/ceramicist originally from the Yorkshire dales. 
He studied art at Harrogate college and then a BA Hons degree in studio ceramics at Falmouth college of Art in Cornwall. 
He first became inspired by houses after moving to London and became obsessed with drawing urban landscapes.
Andy has carried on this theme to the present day but now combines his two core values, art and nature. He makes ceramic houses inspired by the traditional Japanese Raku technique. A rustic and unpredictable technique using all of nature’s elements, earth, air, fire and water.
The wonderfully free and unpredictable nature of this process is what drives Andy to produce beautifully tactile, rustic Raku pieces.