"The Wishing Bowl" ~ Exhibitors include: Geraldine Finnon, Luciana Landoni and Carol Timms

Sunday 21st to Wednesday 24th December 2014 (AM only), Saturday 27th to Wednesday 31st December 2014 (AM only)

Thursday 1st to Friday 2nd January 2015 (open all day)

Luciana Landoni 

Luciana has been making and selling jewellery for a number of years. Mainly using silver wire and semi precious gems. She enjoys capturing the timeless ancient qualities and is particularly inspired by colours and iridescence. Her lino prints are inspired by the journey into motherhood, spirituality, visions, nature and the space between the mundane and other worlds.

www.Lucianaart.etsy.com

Carol Timms 

For me wool is my means of connecting and communicating with the world, assimilating experience, accessing memory, sharing stories, weaving new ones. Heartfelt creating, stitching, darning, re-creating. It's about warmth, comfort, touch, patching, old treasure, new treasure, protection. Bringing out stuff I've squirreled away, shaking it out, keeping it moving, passing it on. With love and gratitude to all my teachers (especially my students), the breeders, the felters, spinners, dyers, friends and family and of course, the sheep.

Geraldine Finnon

I create, as a way of holding conversation between the seen and unseen worlds. Getting ‘down right dirty’ with my materials is my way of beginning.
Raw wool gets me going like good chocolate does, simultaneously soothing and exciting my senses. Clay brings me right back home – heavenly earthed. My work (and play!) is born of an impulse towards wholeness…always.

It’s a celebration of life; a song of cycles and rhythms; a dance of the elements that make up the whole…myth, magic and archetypal tones weave their way into fabrics and fibres as my felt-craft flows with the wheel of the year. I love to craft one-off pieces, which whisper “…anything can happen!...”

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Elie Fruchter - Photography

6th - 17th January 2015

Elie Fruchter was born in London in 1967. He has always felt a special resonance with Battersea Power Station and this can clearly be seen in his works. He uses his fascination with industrial architecture and the atmospheres of urban landscapes to create powerful and emotive images.

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St Johns C of E Primary School

19th - 24th January 2015

A selection of artwork from the school's pupils.

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KEVICC Art Department ~ Student Showcase

26th - 31st January 2015

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