19 March – 21 April 2018
This March, Contemporary Applied Arts presents Colour Theory, a kaleidoscopic selection of exquisite decorative and functional hand-crafted objects to celebrate spring.
On display will be a spectrum of colour and style across our entire gallery and featuring beautiful pieces from all our represented disciplines to complement and enhance each other.
This is the first in a series of showcases and exhibitions celebrating our 70th anniversary year, in which we focus on the innate harmony between the work of all our maker members and on the non-hierarchical approach of showing remarkable objects of varying materials and styles side by side, which is so characteristic of our multi-disciplinary organisation.
A wide range of our maker members working in ceramics, glass, furniture, jewellery, metal, paper, textiles and wood will be included in this showcase.
woven textile by Ptolemy Mann and ceramics by Jin Eui Kim
Woven rugs by Angie Parker, scarves by Jennifer Shellard and ceramics by Tanya Gomez
Ceramic vessels by Gabriele Koch, hanging and cushions by Dawn Dupree, ceramic wall pieces by Gilles le Corre
Weaving by Ptolemy Mann, patchwork vase by Zoe Hillyard, blown glass by Michele Oberdieck
Ceramic bowl by Elspeth Owen, scarf by Richard Womersley, porcelain tableware by Ikuko Iwamoto
Framed painted textile by Jane Keith and ceramic vessel by Tony Laverick
Hanging by Ali Holloway, wood by Malcolm Martin and Gaynor Dowling, ceramics by James and Tilla Waters and scarf by Jennifer Shellard
Felt wall piece by Helen Yardley
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