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Sculpture & ceramics exhibition – Fuller’s Griffin Brewery

12 April – 10 May

The Chiswick Calendar is pleased to present the work of nine local 3D artists, ceramicists and sculptors, in this exhibition at the Fuller’s Griffin Brewery, (most of which will be for sale). 

Artists taking part:

Antonia Young; Antonia specialises in figurative sculptures. Many of her figures are originally made in clay or wax, and then cast in bronze or bronze resin, although some terracotta figures are fired in the kiln. Her pots are “mainly designed to be useful as well as satisfying to look at and handle”.

Cristina Lorenzet; Cristina  works in ceramics to make sculpture inspired by architecture and the landscape. Having grown up in Italy, in countryside not far from Venice, she finds the industrial landscape of London endlessly fascinating. Her work is defined by the use of discarded objects used to texture the clay and to inform her choices of colour and surface decoration.

Danillo Cooper; Danillo is only just getting used to the idea of describing himself as an ‘artist’, as he has only recently taken up sculpture. He has made the two sculptures he will be showing, having never worked on portraits before.

Gillian Brett; Gillian Brett creates extraordinary, expressive sculptures, working from life. Choosing to retrain as a sculptor in 2014 at the Art Academy London, Gillian’s distinctively textured work aims to be a celebration of what it is to be human. “I’m on a mission to encourage people to enjoy sculpture in their own environments,” she says.

Gioilla Zordan; Gioilla graduated in Ceramic Design at Central St.Martins, and specialises in slip-casting, hand building and throwing using porcelain. “I design and make ornamental and functional objects for modern interiors, glazed, decorated or buffed and fired to 1240C.”

Kit Line; Kit is interested in “the transformative process involved in sculpting, exploring the shift between one thing and another while trying to pay attention to the material’s inherent qualities or form. “I often use found or discarded material as a starting point.

Madeleine Marsh; Madeleine is a maker of unique jewellery and sculpture made from the things she finds mudlarking on the shore of the River Thames at Hammersmith and Chiswick, which she describes as “Madlarking”.

Roz Wallis; Roz set up Chiswickpots in 2014.“Chiswickpots has grown organically from a hobby to a business and is now a working artists studio / pottery school in the beautiful leafy riverside location of Dukes Meadows in Chiswick.”

Sylvie Joly; Sylvie also uses Raku firing to get the crackled effects on her pots. For the exhibition at the brewery she will be bringing her set of beer cups. Sylvie Joly is interested in the relationship between form and surface and uses the properties of various glazes and clay bodies for decorative effect.

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When

Friday 12 April – Friday 10 May 2024

Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 6pm

Sunday 12.30 pm – 5pm

Tickets

Free. Read more about this event here: chiswickcalendar.co.uk

Details

Date:
25 April
Time:
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
BST
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Venue

Fuller’s Griffin Brewey
160 Chiswick Lane South, Chiswick,
London, W4 2PP United Kingdom
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Phone
0208 996 2664

Other

Custom Date
12 April – 10 May
Custom Order
180

Details

Date:
25 April
Time:
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
BST
Event Categories:
, , , ,

Venue

Fuller’s Griffin Brewey
160 Chiswick Lane South, Chiswick,
London, W4 2PP United Kingdom
+ Google Map
Phone
0208 996 2664

Other

Custom Date
12 April – 10 May
Custom Order
180