Details of each exhibitor and images of their works in full colour in a 44 page companion to this international invitational exhibtion.
We are delighted to announce a major international invitational exhibition curated by American ceramic artist Lucien M. Koonce
36 world class potters from Japan, USA, New Zealand, Europe and the UK. The largest assembled collection of museum quality work ever seen in the UK. Many artists exhibiing their work in the UK for the first time.
Exhibiton is NOW LIVE ONLINE
Opening in the gallery on November 16th, 5 - 7 pm
The gallery will open on Sunday 17th, 24th November & Sunday 1st December 2019 for this exhibtion
Runs until December 4th
This exhibition explores the relationship we have to our natural world and how, through nature’s part within the creative process, we can immortalise what it yields to us, be it wood, clay, ash or its very own scenic beauty. Debuting in this show is the sublime sculptural work of Malcom Martin and Gaynor Dowling who have elevated sculpture in wood to the highest level of artistic success. Their work is held in several museum collections worldwide including The Boston and Philadelphia Museums of Fine Art and the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, and has been exhibited internationally. Kerry Harding makes a return to the gallery for her first large collection of paintings after a successful debut in early summer. She will be providing a large collection of new works which seek to deconstruct and re-construe landscapes with arresting depth and subtlety. James Hake also returns to the gallery with a major collection of brand new work. James has been a gallery favourite with our clients since 2016 and we are delighted that “Breathe” sees a large scale return of his work here. James is a master in glaze formulation and manipulation, his vessels adorned with fluid fusions of ancient Chinese glaze types including Nuka ash glazes, iron rich Tenmoku and cloud like Chun. The exhibition is also joined by the return of Jane Ansell’s moving takes on British landscape and out relationship to it. Her paintings have always been fabulously received and for ‘Breathe’ she is providing us with new works that showcase her ability to make paintings that transport us to a twilight world and perception of natural beauty.
Opens Saturday 7th September 2019, 3pm.
Debuts from painters Angela Lizon RWA & Philip Lyons with debuts from ceramic artists Justine Allison, Jaejun Lee and Rachel Holian.
New small works also from Harriet Porter, Anna King, Jane Ansell, Ruth Winding, Anna Clegg, David Storey, Jo Oakley, Susan Laughton, Debbie George, Gareth Edwards RWA, Laura Wade and Zoe Taylor.
Exhibition opens on Saturday 3rd August 2019, 3pm.
The gallery is delighted to let you know that John Taylor will debut a large collection of new paintings alongside established gallery artist Lara Scobie's new ceramics.
'A sense of the abstract' explores painting in the modernist school of abstraction with John Taylor's accomplished collection of compositions. John trained at Central Saint Martins school of art in London and has always been drawn to the 'combination of colours and shapes that in some way feel good together'. He strives to paint scenes that suggest understanding but pose questions through tensions of interest and intrigue. This exhibtion will feature over 40 new works.
Lara Scobie returns to the gallery after two major shows in Edinburgh and London. In this exhibition she is exhibiting a new collection of works that futher defines her as one of the leading international modern ceramic artists. 'As sense of the abstract' sees Lara continue to push form and surface design to new levels of sophistication. Beautifully crafted slipcast pieces all indiviually worked pre-firing with spontaneous carving and relief work. A must see.
A welcome return to the gallery for this highly talented, multi-award winning artist.
Hannah's new works will be made available on the gallery website on Friday June 7th 2019.
New paintings by Anna Hymas
New ceramics and paintings by Craig Underhill
In this exhibition the gallery welcmoes back Gareth Edwards and Melanie Goemans alongside five artists new to the gallery. This exciting exhibiton shows work driven by a strong sense of narrative, each telling stories in their own way. The exhibiton opens on Saturday March 30th at 3pm and runs until April 20th 2019.
A celebration of the cultural wonders of India
Harriet's beautiful surface decoration is deep and rich with reduction fired shino glazes, soda and the subtle application of gold lustre. They are a culmination of over 30 years of experimentation and mastery of firing techniques to produce works of subtle, amber hued beauty.
Debuting the amazing paintings of Lamdscape artist Kerr Ashmore alongside new paintings from favourite gallery artists Ruth Winding, David Storey, Anna King, Natasha Kumar, Debbie George, Zoe Taylor, Harriet Porter and a welcome return to new work by Anna Hymas.
New ceramics by Eddie & Margaret Curtis, Stephen Parry, Hannah & Doug Fitch, Peter Wills, Richard Heeley, Raewyn Harrison, Pierre Williams, Rhian Malin, Jessica Thorn and many more.
Many smaller works now available from all your favourite gallery makers.
41 exhibitors from Asia, America & Europe
Exhibition opens on November 17th and runs until December 5th 2018
UPDATE: Prviate View 5pm - 7pm, Saturday 17th November. Due to demand for this exhibition the gallery will also be open on Sunday 18th November 10am - 4pm.
'In All Line Of Order' comes from a well known quote in Shakespeare's 'Troilus and Cressida' whereby Ulysses remarks upon the connectivity and co-dependeance of all things known and observed in the universe. Fitting then that this show features artists that seek to explore similar themes in their work. The flowing, fluid and emabracing forms of Ashraf Hanna's work compiments the observations of our emotional connection to place and heavens in Felicity Keefe's work. Melanie Goemans' work equally bonds us to the natural world with symathetic and gentle connections and observations of often overlooked floral beauty.
'Conscious perception' is the new exhibition opening on Saturday September 8th at The Stratford Gallery. Taking the time to understand our place in time now and in the past reflects on the work of both artists featuring in this pending exhibition.
Susan Laughton produces work that reflects her very deliberate mindfulness about the places that she visits and the experiences they create. Subtle and peaceful recreations of the world about her, the line of a strcuture, the angle of a roof beyond a tree-line or the suggestion of form from an abstract view of life. We are pleased to announce that we will have a major collection of new paintings from Susan in this exhibition.
Richard Miller will be known to the millions of viewers who watched the BBC's 'Great Poettery Throwdown'. Richard was the on-screen technician who worked trielessly to save the contestants' work when it came to the drying and firing stage. Many are not aware that Richard is a very successful and accomplished potter in his own right and has been a gallery favouorite since we opened in 2016. His work explores and juxtaposes style, form and history onto vessels that at a glance tell one story but with closer examination reveal a lot more. The gallery is delighted to announce this major exhibition of new work, new forms and ideas in the show 'Conscious perception'.
Both Susan and Richard will be in attendance for the opening of 'Conscious perception' on Saturday 8th September from 2pm. Please join us for a glass of wine and a chance to discuss their work.
The Stratford Gallery is pleased to announce that it is now a member of the Own Art financing scheme. This facility lets you spread the cost of any artwork over 10 months completely interest free, 0% representative APR. Please feel free to call in to find out more or call us on 01789 414 400. Not only can you take advantage of this scheme to pay for artworks on a visit to the gallery but also over the phone. We will be happy to explain the process that could help unite you with that artwork that you just can't stop thinking about.
"In This Moment" debuts the amazing paintings of Lucy du Sautoy and sees the anticipated return of Jo Oakley's beautifully observed domestic and seascape paintings. The exhibition also sees the return of gallery favourite Lara Scobie with a stunning new collection of her Parianware ceramics accompanied by the debut of ceramicist Janet Stahelin Edmondson with her antique lace impressed porcelain forms.
The exhibition opens on Saturday July 7th at 2pm.
A new mixed exhibition featuring painters David Storey & Jane Ansell with new ceramics from Pierre Williams, Opens on Saturday 2nd June 2018 at 1pm. Please join us for a glass of wine to celebrate the opening of this new exhibition.
Artists exploring gradation of tone and form.
New Paintings and Ceramics from Laura Wade, Harriet Porter, Catherine Knight, Oilivia Walker and Tim Lake
The gallery is excited to announce the debut showing of painters Anna King and Gareth Edwards in our new exhibition "Journey" starting on March 30th 2018. We will also offering the debut of Ceramic artist Paul Wearing in this exhibition and welcoming return of new works from Gallery favourite Susan's Laughton.
The exhibition will open at 2pm on Friday March 30th.
Margaret Curtis is a gallery favourite and we have been honoured to represent her work since we opened in 2016. This new exhiition of work will include her sublime celadon and shino glazes clothing the black clay base she is so well known for. Many western potters try to encapsulate the essence of Japansese wabi-sabi in their work but struggle to achieve more than a nod to the aesthetic and sentiment, Margaret's work portrays the homage effortlessly. Her time in Japan is still in her pores and the manifestation of that cultural, spiritual and technical experience is so very evident in her work.
Margaret has managed, yet again, to walk the tight rope of control and chance exquisitely with this new collection of tea ware, sake ware, platters, bottles and abstracted forms. Reserve time in your diary to view her work in the gallery or online from Saturday 24th February 2018, it is perfection in imperfection at the highest level.
Natasha's work makes a return the the gallery with new figurative and architectural works.
New work from this highly exhibited and collected artist now availble to view in the gallery and online.
The gallery is delighted to announce that we have added Kirsty Macrae to our growing family of ceramic artists at the gallery. A new body of work is available to view and buy online now. Her work will be available to view in the gallery from Friday 18th January as part of our mixed exhibition "WINTER"
The Stratford Gallery welcomes you to celebrate it's first Birthday with our Christmas and New Year Exhibition "WINTER" You will find new work from over 20 gallery artists and a few surprises too. The show will feature the gallery's most popular artists with new work coming in thorughout the New Year period.
The exhibition is now open and runs until February 2018.
The Startford Gallery is pleased to announce the forthcoming exhibition 'on reverie". New paintings by internationally renowned oil painter John Lendis with new ceramics by acclaimed potters Doug Fitch & Hannah McAndrew. Exhibition opening from 1pm on Saturday 7th October 2017. Please join us for a glass of wine to celebrate this most anticipated show. John Lendis will be in attendance.
The Stratford Gallery is delighted to announce bodies of new works from Chris Taylor on display in the gallery from Saturday September 9th to accompany Natasha's Kumar's "Essence of India" exhibition opening on the same day.
The Stratford Gallery is delighted to announce bodies of new works from Peter Hayes on display in the gallery from Saturday September 9th to accompany Natasha's Kumar's "Essence of India" exhibition opening on the same day.
The Stratford Gallery is excited to announce a solo show for Natasha Kumar at the gallery during September. Natasha is an internationally renowned artist capturing the vibrancy, history and mystique of the Indian sub-continent in her beautifully and sensitively observed works.
The Stratford Gallery is delighted to announce a major new exhibition from two of the gallery's most collected artists, landscape painter Zoe Taylor and wildlife sculptor Rachel Higgins. In this exhibition which explores the raw beauty of the British landscape and the wildlife that dwells within it, visitors will have the opportunity to view and buy from the largest collection of works ever assembled by these two artists.
The exhibition begins with a private view of work on Saturday August 5th from 1pm where both artists will be present.
The exhibition runs until September 6th 2017.
New paintings by Jo Oakley & David J. Porter
New ceramics by James & Tilla Waters and Lara Scboie
In March 2017 Eddie Curtis showed his work in Munich in the exhibition titled ‘Modern Masters’ . Qualification for this event, a special crafts and applied arts exhibition featuring over 30 world renowned artists working in various disciplines, was that each artist should ‘stand for the aesthetics of our time’. Mastership was defined as having many origins: ‘the superior use of the material, functional finesse, technical precision, elegance of form, colour, humour and classic understatement.’
Here at The Stratford Gallery we fully endorse and would like to celebrate this statement of achievement. We are delighted to show not only new and exciting work that Eddie is currently creating but also provide the unique opportunity of presenting some of his earlier works illustrating the complete journey of discovery and creativity since the inception of his work; now so well recognised as ‘The Blast Series’.
Howard & Emma Clegg, Directors, The Stratford Gallery
New paintings by Jane Ansell
New ceramics by Pierre Williams
Right now Olivia Walker is getting a lot of attention in the Cermaics world and we think rightly so. We have been telling our visitors that we believe she is one to watch because of her uniquely textured ceramics that marry natural, organic decoration with exquisitely executed ceramic wheel work. Ceramic Review recently echoed our sentiments in their "One to watch" editorial where homage was paid to Olivia's super ability to bring out the best qualities of the material with which she works.
The Stratford Gallery is pleased to let our visitors know that we have just received a new collection of tea bowls from Olivia along with two larger bowls. We do not expect them to hang around for long so please feel free to call us for more information.
New ceramics and prints by Hannah Tounsend
New paintings and etchings by Melanie Goemans
Introducing new sculpture from Peter Hayes
New ceramics from James Hake, Peter Wills, Rhian Malin and Tim Lake
Please join us for a glass of wine on Saturday 8th April from 1pm to celebrate the opening of this exhibition
The Stratford Gallery is delighted to welcome Peter Hayes' new sculptural work to the gallery. Peter is a hugely accomplished sculptor with significant private and public collections of his work all around the world. His work is part of collections at the Brussells Museum of Modern Art and the Scottish National Gallery with additional public collections in London, USA, Canada and Germany.
Peter's work is a product of his global curiosity and skills and experince honed from studies and decades of practical application. He trained in ceramics in the UK and Africa and his subsequent journies has seen him travel extensively thorugh Africa, India, Nepal and Japan always with the purpose of finding inspiration and local crafting skills.
Peter produces ceramic and bronze sculptures that are unmistavably his. His ceramic pieces are fired in gas kilns slowly with the flames allowed to lick the surfaces of his creations producing a depth of colour and richness of texture. Spending much of his year in India, Peter's bronzes are cast in his favoured Indian foundry, trusted by him for their ancient expertise and sympathetic handling of his work.
The Stratford Gallery opens its March exhibition with new paintings from returning artist Susan Laughton and Emma Franks who is new to the gallery. New ceramics by Sasha Wardell complete the exhibition with work that emanates peace and thoughtful contemplation.
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