Singing Soul Gallery featured Artists
About Elaine PetoElaine Peto graduated from Exeter College of Art & Design in 1985, where she studied animals via livestock markets and the abattoir, using the media of photography and drawing to record the structure of the carcass. In 1986, she set up a studio and continued the study of agricultural animals. Each animal is individually made by the process of slab building in clay, i.e. rolling out a sheet of clay and forming the body, then gradually adding slab by slab to form the whole animal. The details are then remodeled until the animal is complete. It is then biscuit fired, glazed and refired to stoneware. Elaine wishes to develop other animals such as African animals and to incorporate other materials such as metals with ceramics Please contact the gallery for available work by this artist
Website for Elaine Peto
Email for Elaine Peto
Marie's interest in the human and animal form has been there from her earliest memories of drawing and painting. It has lasted through six years of art education where every design project was given a figurative twist however 'functional' the intention.Please contact the gallery for available work by this artist
Helen Rondell graduated from Staffordshire University in 1995 with a BA (Hons) in ceramics. Shortly afterwards she set up a studio in her hometown of Nottingham and successfully sold pieces through a number of local galleries and craft centres. She relocated to Southwest London in early 1997 and sold work through a healthy number of outlets all over the United Kingdom in addition to ceramic, craft and trade fairs. Helen’s work is held in private collections in the USA, Canada, China and all over Europe. She currently lives in West Kent with her husband, son and twin daughters. Please contact the gallery for available work by this artist
All my work draws inspiration from the sea, and each piece has its own story to tell. When I produce a piece it becomes a narrative, the tale of a journey. Objects discovered on the shoreline find themselves becoming part of the story...I use a variety of decoration techniques as my ideas continue to flow and move on to create different avenues and new approaches. Ships, boats, and wrecks are the main fabric of the work, made from clay that has the textures of metal and wood objects salvaged, press moulded, and patched together to produce a variety of forms that look as though they have sailed the Seven Seas. Please contact the gallery for available work by this artist
Art in Clay Hatfield House
Art in Clay Hatfield House
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