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  • SOLITARY WONDER JULIET JAMES
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    A Solitary Wonder

    £1,340.00

    Gouache, ink and watercolour on 640gsm archival cotton rag paper (framed).

    Part of the Wild Flower series.

    A love-letter to nature; to the countryside; to natural beauty. A Solitary Wonder is one of several studies of butterflies. A  wood frame complements this piece

     

    71cm x 103 cm

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  • Backstop Green Doorstop

    £575.00

    Polished green concrete and leather doorstop.  Limited edition .

     

    H19cm x W 18.5cm x D16.5cm (excluding handle)

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  • Folly

    £850.00

    Original oversized linocut created as the artists “folly”. Crafted by hand onto Fabriano paper and encapsulated between acrylic substrate.

     

    127 x 90cm

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  • Full stop doorstop raw white

    £595.00

    Raw white polished  concrete and leather doorstop.  Limited edition .

     

    H19cm x W 18.5cm x D16.5cm (excluding handle)

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  • Hare portrait sculpture

    £495.00

    Stoneware ceramic mounted on a steel base with an oxide patina. I have a fascination for hares and love their striking form and beauty. This is one of my most recent hare sculptures which has a rich deep brown patina, enhanced by the reflective steel base.

     

    H45 x W25 x D20cm

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  • Hare sculpture

    £465.00

    Unique ceramic stoneware with oxide patina mounted on oak. I love the mysterious qualities of hares, their speed and agility. This hare is capturing the sense of movement with his angled ears and tilted head. The sculpture has a rich warm brown oxide and a textured surface. 

     

    H25 x W17 x D15cm

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  • Large Apple

    £450.00

    By Moira Ross

    Maltese limestone Apple sculpture with wood stem : I wanted to create something round. Not perfectly round. And big. Not normal size. Apples are irregular, firm, and they symbolise health and just a tiny bit evil. This one is perfect for gently stroking.

     

    23cm x 27cm

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  • Las Palomas

    £1,800.00

    by Gareth Griffiths

    Powder coated steel sculpture turquoise.

     

    80h x 44w x 5cm d

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  • Little Caesar

    £1,800.00

    by Marc Bodie

    Ancaster Limestone sculpture. The title for this piece is taken from a film starring Edward G Robinson. This piece portrays someone who got to the top despite the odds stacked against him. He is reflection on life and proud of his achievements. 

     

    20 h x 13 d x 11.5w

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  • Neolithic Heritage no 1
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    Neolithic Heritage no 1 – ceramic vessel

    £3,650.00

    Ceramic vessel inspired by natural rock formations and the processes that drive their creation in the earths crust over years and years. This beautiful orangy red and white vessel is based on geological processes.

     

    Jaro has developed a unique technique which he uses to create the aesthetics of naturally occurring minerals and patterns in rocks . Jaro sources his clay. from all over the world: the purples and lavenders from the Julian Alps of Slovenia, emeralds from the banks of the danube, charcoals and greys form Taiwan with glittering mica from Wamumu village in Kenya. Orange reds are sourced from the spring streams in Farnham Park, Surrey and white clay from Cornwall. 

     

    As each piece requires different colours this involves months of work to ensure the plasticity, shrinkage and firing temperature must be brought to a common value beforehand. Once the clay has been prepared, Jaro recreates patterns of sinewy marble resembling patterns of real rock formations. This can take several months of mixing ,soaking and drying after which the material is ready for its final shaping on Jaro’s potters wheel followed by a final firing.  The last step reveals the inner rock-like surface which is protected by varnish used by ceramic renovation specialists at the British Museum.

    28 x28cm

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  • Neolithic Heritage no 2
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    Neolithic Heritage no 2 – ceramic vessel

    £2,800.00

    Ceramic vessel inspired by natural rock formations and the processes that drive their creation in the earths crust over years and years. This lovely grey brown and white vessel is based on geological processes. Jaro has developed a unique technique which he uses to create the aesthetics of naturally occuring minerals and patterns in rocks .

     

    Jaro sources his clay. from all over the world: the purples and lavenders from the Julian Alps of Slovenia, emeralds from the banks of the danube, charcoals and greys form Taiwan with glittering mica from Wamumu village in Kenya. Orange reds are sourced from the spring streams in Farnham Park, Surrey and white clay from Cornwall. 

     

    As each piece requires different colours this involves months of work to ensure the plasticity, shrinkage and firing temperature must be brought to a common value beforehand. Once the clay has been prepared, Jaro recreates patterns of sinewy marble resembling patterns of real rock formations. This can take several months of mixing ,soaking and drying after which the material is ready for its final shaping on Jaro’s potters wheel followed by a final firing.  The last step reveals the inner rock-like surface which is protected by varnish used by ceramic renovation specialists at the British Museum.

    28 x 17cm

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  • Neolithic Heritage no 3
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    Neolithic Heritage no 3 – ceramic vessel

    £1,750.00

    Ceramic vessel inspired by natural rock formations and the processes that drive their creation in the earths crust over years and years. This elegant grey brown and white vessel is based on geological processes. Jaro has developed a unique technique which he uses to create the aesthetics of naturally occurring minerals and patterns in rocks .

     

    Jaro sources his clay from all over the world: the purples and lavenders from the Julian Alps of Slovenia, emeralds from the banks of the danube, charcoals and greys form Taiwan with glittering mica from Wamumu village in Kenya. Orange reds are sourced from the spring streams in Farnham Park, Surrey and white clay from Cornwall. 

     

    As each piece requires different colours this involves months of work to ensure the plasticity, shrinkage and firing temperature must be brought to a common value beforehand. Once the clay has been prepared, Jaro recreates patterns of sinewy marble resembling patterns of real rock formations. This can take several months of mixing ,soaking and drying after which the material is ready for its final shaping on Jaro’s potters wheel followed by a final firing.  The last step reveals the inner rock-like surface which is protected by varnish used by ceramic renovation specialists at the British Museum.

    17 x 22cm

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