The work of Angie Lewin, Lizzie Farey and Jane Walker and Katharina Klug complement each other so well.
Make sure you visit the gallery before the end of the show (27th October). We are already down to the last editions of Angie Lewin's prints!
Jane Walker uses the reduction linocut technique to produce handmade limited edition prints. Her prints reveal a fascination with still life and the richness of her palette and her strong graphic sensibility reflect her love of 20th century artists and craftsmen, 50s textile design and Scandinavian ceramics.
Each piece by Katharina Klug is individually made from porcelain on the potter's wheel. Naive, spontaneous pencil strokes and graphic simple patterns create movement and direction.
Lizzie Farey’s intricate structures capture a still moment, a distillation and order. Intimate forms provide a hint of the process of creation. We can see and even feel points of tension in the work. Our eye can follow the artist’s hand, the choices made in twisting and turning this flexible medium.
Angie Lewin and Katharina Klug visited the gallery to celebrate the opening of the show. Thank you to everyone who registered on our website and attended the Private View!
Photos Zuza Grubecka