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Issue 95 Brenden Scott French

Glass by Brenden Scott French-Issue 95

Sightlines in Glass and Time THE ART OF BRENDEN SCOTT FRENCH Brenden Scott French’s playful constructs in kiln-formed glass reveal deep stories in time-lapse. Profile by Ivana Jirasek. Photography by Grant Hancock. IN the dynamic and intense world of contemporary studio glas ...

Issue 95 Shelley James

Glass by Shelley James-Issue 95

THE POWER OF ILLUSION Works in glass by Shelley James Shelley James’s sculptural forms are based on illusion; not on the magician’s sleight of hand but on a profound understanding of how the eye and the brain work. Profile by Corinne Julius. THE art of Shelley James is deriv ...

Issue 95 Peter Hayes

Ceramics by Peter Hayes-Issue 95

PETER HAYES’ CERAMICS JOURNEY The ceramic sculptures of Peter Hayes are replete with texture, patina and lustre, often with inclusions of metal components such as copper and brass as well as marble and other stones in their composition. Text by Tim Saunders. CANALS and navig ...

Issue95 Jim Keller

Wood by Jim Keller-Issue 95

SCULPTURES OF JIM KELLER Jim Keller’s transition from a 42-year career as a civil engineer to recognised sculptor whose works are exhibited in museums and leading galleries has been an inspired journey.Profile by Kevin V. Wallace. His life long love of wood led Jim Keller to ...

Issue 95 – Editorial

During the 31-years that Jenie Thomas and I have been at the helm of this magazine there has never been a dull moment and we have yet to miss a deadline. It has been a privilege to be entrusted with the publication of the works of leading artists and designer/makers from aro ...

94 pg 28 Brigitte Long

Ceramics by Brigitte Long-Issue 94

Emotive Structures in Clay THE CERAMICS OF BRIGITTE LONG Employing stoneware and porcelain as her medium, Brigitte Long defines herself a sculptor. Simplicity, balance, power, strength and fragility are the signature characteristics of her work. Profile by Betsy Shands. THE ...

94 pg 39 Andy Plummer

Glass by Andy Plummer-Issue 94

Andy Plummer A FULL CIRCLE TO GLASS Andy Plummer’s debut exhibition in glass draws upon decades of experiences and the inspiration of the late James Hampton. Profile by Ivana Jirasek. Photography by Christian Mushenko. ANDY Plummer has had many challenging experiences during ...

94 pg 15 Rebecca de Quin

Silver by Rebecca de Quin-Issue 94

THE ARCHITECTURE OF SILVER While the metal pieces created by Rebecca de Quin reference architectural forms they also acknowledge various sorts of utilitarian domestic objects from Kilner jars to milk churns. Profile by Corinne Julius. LOOKING at contemporary silver I often w ...

94 pg 37 Glenda Orr

Printmaking by Glenda Orr-Issue 94

Profiles in Print – GLENDA ORR Glenda Orr is an artist who consciously works in the tradition of socially engaged printmaking, where within a beguilingly beautiful artwork lies a powerful message. Text by Prof. Sasha Grishin. FROM its origins in the 15th century, printmaking ...

94 pg 44 Jacque Wakely

Textile Art by Jacque Wakely-Issue 94

Threads of Figuration THE TEXTILE ART OF JACQUE WAKELY Stitchery and machine embroidery are the techniques used by English artist Jacqué Wakely to create evocative images of landscapes redolent of the coasts, hills and dales of the British Isles. Profile by Tim Saunders. SIN ...