jane elizabeth skuse

  • Sea and Sky

    Stormy seas and sky, in Godrevy x

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  • In Bristol Studio

    In Bristol Studio is expanding

    New large self contained spaces coming soon!

    In Bristol are home to artist makers who work across multiple disciplines, whose practice cannot necessarily be defined by one term but who relish the opportunity to utilise a broad range of making processes in an open and exploratory environment.

    The studio offers affordable studio space with shared access to professional tools and machinery along with business support, mentoring and opportunities to develop and expand creative practice.

    There is a passion to work in a collaborative nature, skill sharing, participation in the arts and the consumption of tea.

    More information can be found at:

    www.inbristol.org

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  • Happy New Year 2018

    Beautiful reflections to bring in the new Year from Mousehole Harbour Lights

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  • Seasons Greetings to One and All

    XXX

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  • In Bristol Christmas Fair 2017

    NEW EVENT: In Bristol’s Christmas Fair

    ✭ Saturday 10th December 2017

    ✭ From 10 - until 5pm

    ✭ In Bristol Studios, Unit 19B Barton Hill Trading Est. Bristol, BS5 9BB

    We at In Bristol Studios are hosting an open studio Christmas Fair, it will be a chance to meet resident makers, artists and crafts people.

    View, buy and comission pieces, from stocking fillers to larger artworks, this event is curated especially for Christmas

    CHRISTMAS WORKSHOPS

    Book your place on one of our special Christmas workshops!

    Prices start from £6 per person and most are suitable for the whole family

    10.30 - 11.15pm

    PRINT YOUR OWN CHRISTMAS CARDS

    11.30AM - 12.15PM

    CERAMIC DECORATION MAKING

    12.30PM - 1.15PM

    TOTE GIFT BAG ILLUSTRATION

    1.30PM - 2.15PM

    CHRISTMAS WREATH MAKING

    1.30PM - 2.15PM

    FELT CHRISTMAS STOCKING

    3.30PM - 4.15PM

    INDIGO AND SHIBORI DYED SCARF

    3.30PM - 4.15PM

    PAINT YOUR OWN CERAMIC PLATE OR MUG

    For further information please visit our website:

    www.inbristolstudio.org

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  • American Museum in Britain - Christmas 2017

    EVENT: American Museum in Britain - Christmas Craft Fair 2017

    ✭ Saturday 25th November 2017, 11 - 4.30pm

    ✭ Sunday 26th November 2017, 11 - 4.30pm

    ✭ Claverton Manor, Bath, BA2 7BD

    The Christmas Craft Fair returns with a diverse range of work on offer, from ceramics and textiles to jewellery and prints.

    Meet the makers, including us at Space1, discuss techniques, and find unique Christmas gifts in a festive atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of town.

    £2 entry charge to the fair including access to café, all shops and parking, (may include parking in overflow car park 10 minutes walk from Museum).

    A free shuttle bus runs between Bath city centre and the Museum, the pick-up point in Bath is at Terrace Walk.

    Normal admission applies to Museum

    More info. can be found at:

    www.americanmuseum.org

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  • Made in Bristol’s Makers’ Fair

    NEW EVENT:

    Made in Bristol’s Makers’ Fair -

    hosted by the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

    ✭ Saturday 18 November 2017, 10-4pm

    ✭ Sunday 19 November 2017, 10-4pm

    This November we at Space1 are very excited to be taking part in this new Made In Bristol event the Makers Fair celebrates local creativity & innovation.

    Running alongside Bristol Museum's Radical Clay exhibition.

    More information can be found at:

    www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/bristol-museum-and-art-gallery/whats-on/radical-clay

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  • Kieth Harrison - British Ceramics Biennial 2017 (& Joyride)

    The British Ceramics Biennial, is taking place from the 23rd September - 5th November 2017

    in locations throughout Stoke on Trent.

    Special events and exhibitions are taking place, inluding Knowledge is Power the 6 Towns installation by (Bath Spa University Lecturer) Kieth Harrison.

    Spode -China Hall

    Clay books have been constructed by local residents, they represent books from the 6 Towns Collection in libraries throughout Stoke-on-Trent, and will be fired experimentally on specially costructed kiln bookshelves throughout the event, books will be fired depending on their popularity as they are taken out of the libraries.

    Keith Harrison has been commissioned by Stoke Libraries partnered with the British Ceramics Biennial, his inspiration is the remarkable 6 Towns Collection of local history books held in the libraries in Stoke-on-Trent.

    The Knowledge is Power the 6 Towns interactive kiln will be a dramatic installation and performance in the China Hall during the BCB festival.

    More information can be found at: www.britishceramicsbiennial.com

    Joyride Jerwood Forest Open

    On 30 September 2017, Keith Harrison launched his ceramic Rover 75 down a ten-metre high ramp in Cannock Chase Forest.

    The Jerwood Open Forest commission paid homage to automotive manufacture in the West Midlands, alluding to how it may be regenerated in the future.

    Follow lonk to view the crash scene: www.jerwoodopenforest.org

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about me

I am a Ceramic Artist, working from 'In Bristol Studios', an 1830's cotton mill situated in the Barton Hill area of Bristol.
I share 'space one' with fellow Bath Spa University graduates Jo Corbett and Martha Orr.
My figurative pieces are handbuilt and hand decorated, each one has individual characteristics to suggest a narritive.
I also make small batch production pieces using traditional slip casting techniques they are hand altered and decorated to make each piece unique.

More studio info. can be found at:
www.inbristol.org

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