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    SEA STORMS & RELICS

    Ten original works by Denise Allan

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      KOSUKE AJIRO

      Limited Edition Prints & Cushions

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        PAINTED PLATES

        A new collection by Francesca Kaye

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          DILLON MARSH

          A collection exploring the weaver bird nest

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            MUSEUM EGGS

            Spectacular replica bird eggs, each one hand made and painted.

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            GOLD MEADOW

            GOLD MEADOW

            Sprouting from the bases of these milk-white glazed plates and platters are hand painted flowers in gold lustre. Francesca Kaye paints with a bold energetic hand and the flowers have a crisp quality that reflect the light beautifully, inspired by meadows at dusk when the golden glow radiates from the fields.

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            The Pleasure Garden

            The Pleasure Garden

            The Pleasure Garden is a series of hand-built 'masquerade' figures by ceramic artist Ginny Sims. These extraordinary one-off pieces explore the 18th century work of the Flemish modeller Joseph Willems.

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            THE WORLD'S OLDEST TOPIARY GARDEN

            THE WORLD'S OLDEST TOPIARY GARDEN

            Step inside Denise Allan's large-scale charcoal prints.

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            Go behind the scenes and watch Katrin Moye arranging flowers in her new collection of vases, flower bricks, posies and vases at Renishaw Hall in the style of Flemish artist Pieter Casteels III (1684–1749).

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            RITES OF SPRING

            RITES OF SPRING

            Inspired by the line ‘The happy time of signing birds is come’ from the John Clare poem A Spring Morning, Katrin Moye's latest collection is a celebration of this season of hope and renewal.

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            WORKSHOP

            WORKSHOP

            In the workshop behind his cottage in the Worcestershire countryside, craftsman and ornithologist Peter Rowland creates hundreds of the most spectacular replica bird eggs, each one hand made and painted.

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            NESTING

            NESTING

            It takes some time for the eyes to adjust to the work of celebrated South African artist Dillon Marsh and to realise what we are looking at. On first glance, the sculptural forms appear to be a breed of giant hairy beasts which roam over a sun-parched landscape. On closer inspection however, the statuesque forms reveal themselves to be the huge nests of the sociable weaverbird who have made their homes utilising the telegraph poles that run through the southern Kalahari desert.

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            BIRDS OF A FEATHER

            BIRDS OF A FEATHER

            Birds of a Feather is a new collection of limited edition fine art prints taken from a series of original painted panels by Denise Allan. The collection is inspired by the artist's recent discovery of an early 17th century Il Bestiario Barocco (or The Feather Book), created by Dionisio Minaggio whilst he was the Chief Gardener of the state of Milan between 1616 and 1618.

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            GINNY SIMS

            GINNY SIMS

            COMING SOON | a new collection from Ginny Sims.

            A bountiful collection of cups, large pitchers and platters, plus an extra special collection which will all be revealed in June.

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            DOWN ON THE FARM

            DOWN ON THE FARM

            A new collection by British artist Kate Black explores life on the farm, from large textile panels in box frames to collages of prize-winning poultry.

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