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A Super Day ‘Hare’ In The Garden

6th May 2016

The final installation is here! Juliette Hamilton Placed five hares which are beautiful, funny and astounding!   What a fabulous shape, she has captured precisely  what it is to be a hare.   They seem to be dashing into position just in time for the private view tomorrow. Thank you so much Juliette they are […]


A Very Heavy Feather

3rd May 2016

Today we installed this beautiful steel feather by Peter Clarke. It feels so delicate with the light glimpsing through the intricate strands.Hard to believe it is made of solid steel! All is coming together beautifully now and the sun has even decided to come back to us! i think we might just manage to get […]


Hidden Treasure

1st May 2016

This Piece by Claire Lee looks stunning half hidden in the trees and glinting in the sunshine. I love it when art is subtly placed and you have to look out for it.    


It’s Time to Open The Kiln

28th April 2016

A cup of tea is always a necessity, in case of a complete disaster… Here goes…. It is beautiful. The colours in the lines are exactly as I hoped they would be and the surface is a soft suede like texture with mottled undertones where the pigment in the clay body varies. I love it! I […]


On Fire!

25th April 2016

Looking through the spy hole in the kiln door, the inside of the kiln is glowing red hot which means that the piece inside is almost melting!  Did I build it strong enough to withstand this extreme temperature? (which is completely necessary if it is also to cope with frost and snow in the winter) […]


Adding to the Collection

19th April 2016

Today has been another beautiful sunny day. Walter Bailey Has placed this beautiful piece which is called Storm Egg. What a super addition to the collection!  Thank you very much Walter.

bev bells

New Work in the Garden – Installation by Bev Seth

14th April 2016

Bev Seth has installed these beautiful porcelain bell like forms in The field maple in the garden. They are reminiscent of fruit and seeds but are also very much objects made by a person. Their bold white outer surface is not at all natural, yet it is delicate and subtle and has a quality that […]