Matt & Amanda Caines have been partners and artists for twenty-eight years. Making art is an integral part of every day for them both and for the past four years they have been collaborating on projects. They transfer their skills effortlessly from scrimshaw, using shed antler, to textiles and paintings. Each item has a slightly period, Surreal quality which is accentuated when the collection is viewed as a whole.
Julienne Braham's latest paintings have been inspired by a flight in a light aircraft over the hills and fields she normally views from the ground. Similar to Peter Lanyon's gliding paintings, the aerial viewpoint abstracts the landscape. Jason Braham's salt glaze pots are both useful and pleasing which makes using them an absolute delight.
Mick Manning and Brita Granström have been collaborating, sharing both illustration and text, for twenty two years. Their critically acclaimed books, published internationally, mix words and images in all sorts of inventive and delightful ways. In this exhibition they are exhibiting their individual skills of painting and printmaking