THE FORGE GALLERY

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Venue: Forge Gallery, The Street, Walberton BN18 0PQ

Showing the work of 11 artists covering a wide range of practice

 

Nancy Scantlebury-Thompson is an illustrator and artist. Her work includes children's books, social media & commercial illustration, book covers, greetings cards and Giclée prints.
 

www.scantlebury-thompsondesign.co.uk

 

Instagram: scantleburythompson
 

Email: nancystdesign@gmail.com

 

Campoli & Nelson Joe Campoli and Philip Nelson continue in their collaboration to produce this unique collection of abstract, brightly colourful modernist pieces in silver jewellery and glassware.

www.campolinelson.com

 

Intragram: campoli.nelson
Facebook: @CampoliNelson


 

Katrina Beattie graduated from University for Creative Arts in Farnham. She runs a studio specializing in Blown, Lamp & Kiln Formed glass.

www.katrinabeattieglass.co.uk
www.glasschristmas.co.uk

 

Tel: 01225 774682


Annie McCabe uses Venetian lamp-work and blown glass bead techniques originating in the 16th century. Every bead she makes is individual, every piece is unique.

www.anniemccabe.com

 

Instagram: @anniemccabeglass


John Evans Naked raku has moved from monochrome surfaces, to a new colour palette on the clay of his vessel forms. Janet Branscombe, a sculptor, is developing a range of burnished clay heads.

 

www.jevceramics.co.uk

 

Instagram: @jev_ceramics
Facebook: @jevceramics.co.uk;

 

Email: jev@jevceramics.co.uk;


Tessa Wolfe Murray is a ceramicist working in high firing white earthenware. Her main work includes one-off vessels and wall pieces, a range of jewellery, buttons and batch produced vases.

www.wolfemurrayceramics.co.uk

 

Instagram: @tessawolfemurrayceramics


Saska Fitzgerald trained in Sheffield and Stockholm. Recent paintings depict her grandmother and sisters who were Russian Jews who fled across Europe to UK between the wars.

Email: saskaftz@aol.com
Tel: 07808 303968



Holly Bell is a ceramicist who graduated from the University of Brighton. Her thrown stoneware vessels explore a colour palette that drives Holly to mix her own glazes to create unique surfaces.

 

www.hollybell.co.uk
 

Instagram @holly_l_bell
 

Email: Hlbell.hb@gmail.com

 

Linda Farr mainly uses stoneware to slab build. She also mixes media, mounting fired pieces on reclaimed wood and develops wall hangings by combining these elements.

Facebook: @shebeeceramics


Mike Copley makes functional stoneware, thrown and slab work, in his pottery behind Forge Gallery. He mixes and develops his own glazes.

Facebook: @ForgeGalleryWalberton

 

Email: forgegallery@aol.com

Tel: 01932 554818