17 November - 5 January 2003
A mixed exhibition with Paintings and Prints as well as ceramics.
Peter Ilsley World renowned for his glaze effects, he produces exiting crystalline glazed porcelain and has recently written an acclaimed book on the subject.
Sally Shrimpton. A regular exhibitor at the gallery, her latest range of domestic ware is on show in attractive shades of blue, green and cream with small flower motifs
Sylvia Bailey: Hand-built stoneware: The pots are made in family groups inspired by nature. Glazes and oxides are used to enhance the forms.
Jim Robison is the resident Artist and owner of the Gallery. Exhibiting his latest range of hand built bowls and vases with some interesting new glazes he is known for his unusual slabware making methods and rich glaze surfaces. Raised in the USA, much of his work reflects the local environment of Holmfirth with its dramatic hills, valleys, and dry stone walls. Painterly surfaces respond to the continually changing light and weather conditions.
Plus additional work by Gallery Regulars.
The exhibition is completed by a range of shepherds'crooks and walking sticks by local craftsman, Stuart Clayton.
Open: Weekends, 1.00pm - 5.00pm.
Midweek, Ring to check opening times.
Location: Booth House Gallery and Pottery
3, Booth House Lane,
Holmfirth, HD9 2 QT