Ceramics

Here at Obsidian we change our exhibitions every 4-6 weeks to keep things as fresh and interesting as possible. We show a huge range of styles of painting & drawing and different mediums by selected British Artists.

Below is a taster of some of the artists we regularly show here. If there is a particular piece or artist that you're interested in, please contact us and we'll be be delighted to let you know what we currently have available at the gallery, or we can arrange to get work in for you to view.



Fox Nest
Jane Bridger




Wheel-Thrown Pottery - Glazed & Raku-Fired


Jane Bridger's work is mostly thrown at the wheel, often classical in form and Raku-fired. One of her most popular designs is of a black fish on a turquoise background. This is applied to earthenware-fired platters and bottles.

Jane lives and works in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.




Damian Hirst's Dog
Sarah Rooms Heaphy




Delicate Porcelain Vessels Inspired by Coast & Countryside


Sarah says of her work, "My work is primarily porcelain based, including the use of paper clay to enable me to use very thinly rolled pieces of clay. I spend time collecting shells, ammonites, leaves and all sorts of textures to use in my pieces; which are then made into plaster moulds to create relief images, plus drawing into plaster for decoration on the vessels. The white porcelain vessels are washed with delicate colours to enhance the images & texture."






Young Wheat at Towersey
Sophie Smith




Quirky Happy Ceramics


Sophie's style is instantly recognisable with her signature designs using stalised birds, rabbits, stars, hearts & fish with ane emphasis on colour & fun. Many of her pieces incorporate previous metal highlights. Bowls, wall plaques, platters, tiles & lidded boxes.















Young Wheat at Towersey
Hands on Ceramics




Wonderful Life-Like Sculpture in Clay


Hands On Ceramics are husband & wife team Karen and Colin Fawcett, who started collaborating in 2000 whilst studying at Sunderland University. Karen was studying Glass, Architectural Glass and Ceramics, whilst Colin was studying Fine Art. A mutual unique partnership developed culminating in the creation of unique bird and animal sculptures. Karen and Colin now work from their studio in County Durham supplying their beautiful sculptures to galleries around the country.

Obsidian Art stocks a wide range of their amazing life-like sculptures of birds and animals. The work is stoneware high-fired so is suitable for the garden.



Interested in Exhibiting ?

If you are interested in exhibiting at the gallery click HERE for more details.


Obsidian Art, Layby Farm, Old Risborough Road,
Stoke Mandeville, Bucks, HP22 5XJ.
Telephone: 01296 612150    email: info@obsidianart.co.uk

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