This month sees a wide range of work from potters new to Bevere and new work from old friends. The pieces now on show maintain our reputation for quality and diversity as well as showing exciting and, if you will, challenging ceramicists.
We are always looking for new and original ceramicists. In a recent discussion with Richard Godfrey he enthused about the talent of a young man - MIKE BROMAGE - who had been working with him in Devon. We are now delighted to have a small group of Mike's work which confirms Richard's high praise. The colour and clarity of the decoration is stunning and we are in no doubt that he will be featured regularly in the gallery. We are also hoping to have some of his paintings in the near future
|Mike's Pots with Mixed Media Paintings by Magdelena Gazur|
Dennis's' ceramics displayed in the Gallery
JAMES HAKE is one of the most accomplished young potters whose work gives a strong contemporary feel to traditional oriental style pots. His use of tenmoku and nuka glazes is particularly fine. We are featuring his work this month and we know that many of our visitors will enjoy this impressive group of pieces.
|Selection of James Hake's Pottery in the Gallery|
MATT HORNE has perfected the use of crystalline glazes on well thrown bottles. The choice of colour combinations is particularly attractive and a small selection of his work has already been much admired. Here is an example of the use of a technique which was popular in the late 19th and early 20th century that still catches the eye in a contemporary context. There will always be a place for high craft in any period.
|Matt Horne's pottery on show|
Amidst this new work, we are also extending the displays of Carolyn Genders' and Walter Keeler's latest work.
|Carolyn Gender's ceramics with paintings by Thelma Ayre|
|Walter Keeler's ceramics with paintings by John Harris|