David Roberts is one of the most significant ceramic artists working in Europe today.
A distinguished English potter, he has an international reputation as a leading practitioner in Raku ceramics: a technique with its origin in small-scale vessels made for the Tea Ceremony in late sixteenth-century Japan.
Two series of new paintings from two different residencies on Scottish islands by Kurt Jackson will be shown for the first time in London this December. One painted in and around George Orwell’s former home, Barnhill on the coast of the Isle of Jura – a remote and isolated house where time has stood still and the location for the writing of Nineteen Eight-Four. The other in a traditional ‘blackhouse’ on the Isle of Skye, a small thatched croft house in a crofting township.
Our annual ‘Twelve Plates of Christmas’ collection by Makoto Kagoshima launches again this December. Makoto’s work is extremely popular so register interest to have priority access to the artworks before they launch to the public.