jane elizabeth skuse

I am a Ceramic Artist, working from Bath, Somerset.

 

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.

 

I am a part of the 'space one collective' with fellow Bath Spa University graduates Jo Corbett and Martha Orr.

 

 

 

By jes, Oct 7 2020 08:41PM

I am very happy to be taking part in the WHY Gallerys 6X6 fund raising exhibition,

local artists in all mediums have donated work, the only rule is that every piece measures 6X6 inches!


The 6x6 exhibition will take place at the Silk Mill, Frome, BA11 1PT

opening times as follows:

⍟ October 9th 6-9pm

⍟ October 10th 10-5pm

⍟ October 11th 11-4pm


Please note due to COVID-19 restrictions we will only be allowed a certain amount of people in the exhibition at a time and it will be one in one out. If you are planning to attend the open evening in particular please come dressed warmly and prepared for potentially a bit of a wait! We’ll have some liquid refreshment outside the venue.

Each piece will be for sale for £40, profits to go to @why_wehearyou



All profits from items sold in the shop goes to We Hear You - to pay for free, professional counselling for people affected by Cancer and other life threatening illnesses.

By jes, Aug 18 2020 08:00PM

Very excited to be spending time in cornwall, St Ives,

and a visit to the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, I love her studio, especially her hand tools and works in progress, it was a real treat to visit.


★Tatewww.tate.org.uk

★01736 796226


By jes, Apr 10 2020 08:56PM

At this very scary and strange time, I would like to share this rainbow image as a sign of support for the NHS who have been working tirelessly on the frontline through the global pandemic.


Stay safe xxx

By jes, Apr 10 2020 08:37PM

I have just completed painting this replica mini Bubo, hopefully he will be winging his way to his new Bath home soon xx

By jes, Mar 19 2020 05:29PM

I am very pleased to be the new owner of this lovely painting by Frome based artist Amanda Bee,

it reflects the beautiful Cornish landscape that I love.


More information about Amanda's work and classes can be found at :

www.amandabeeart.co.uk


This piece was purchased from the Why Gallery, it is a charity shop with a difference.

Set up by local cancer counselling charity, (We Hear You), it sells local artists’ beautiful and affordable work with all sales and commissions supporting WHY’s counselling programs.

www.wehearyou.org.uk/




By jes, Feb 12 2020 05:51PM

A piece of metal left behind at the old Cadbury site, Keynsham, love those textures x

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