Hanley established his own gallery in London, where he was titled Westminster Artist of the Year, 1991.
Work in Frenchay Hospital and other public collections.
Tel: 0117 963 4180
Frilly frothy fruity smoothie concoctions available for your delight!
Playing Sunday 13th at 12 -1 o'clock
We are happy to present the wonderful Wraiths will enchant you with their music.
"Ethereal and splintered by turns, Bristol's favourite poetry-laced musos led us into a strange Victorian world of velvet menace. Odes by Dickinson, Wilde and Hardy, all set to slow-burn acoustic soundtracks that grew assuredly from placid to menacing." Ashton Court Festival Bristol 23rd July 2006
More florals, fish, lollipop flowers and retro patterns on china, boxes, breakfast cups, mugs, plates and bowls.
For further information: 0117 9634866
I am a ceramic artist living in Windmill Hill. I studied fine art at Bretton Hall College, West Yorkshire where Ceramics was my main discipline. I draw inspiration from a wide range of influences. My work is mainly sculptural using hand building techniques. In the last year I have returned to working in wood as well as clay. My recent work has been particularly influenced by the natural world and the human form.
A book and artefacts telling of on one man's descent into madness - as he searches for the ineffable name of God.
Following her professional photographic training in Sheffield, Sarah’s work has been exhibited throughout the UK and France – both in solo and group exhibitions.
Sarah captures moments in an ever-changing world, recognising that despite man’s efforts to create permanence, nature will always intervene and thus the cycle of birth, decay, death and rebirth continues.
Stone, metal and wood abstract sculpture informed by art and science
including recently commissioned work.
I make mixed media paintings and drawings. My work is strongly affected by my experience of the landscape. Current influences include Ivon Hitchens, and also the St Ives School, particularly Peter Lanyon.