jane elizabeth skuse

  • Made in Bristol’s Makers’ Fair


    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:




  • 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



  • Arnolfini - Bristol

    Last night we went to the opening night of :


    A truely fantastic exhibition, ceramics, tapestries and even a motorbike, we thoroughly enjoyed it, all created by one of the most charismatic artists and astute social commentators.

    We felt very priveliged that Grayson attended and even came outside to see the crowd queuing for entry.

    Now showing at the Arnolfini, Bristol - free entry

    from Wednesday 27 September 2017 to Sunday 24 December 2017, 11:00 to 18:00

    more info and special events can be found at:




  • Glasgow 2017

    I saw this graffiti on a trip to Glasgow, its amazing, beautiful and takes your breath away as you stumble across it.

    I have since found out its a modern re-telling of the St. Mungo miracle of 'the bird that never flew'

    by grafitti artist Sam Bates, aka Smug.

    The story goes, “a bird was hit and fell to the ground, while the other boys ran away, Mungo ran towards the fallen bird, picking it up he smoothed and caressed its feathers and prayed over it

    - after a little while it revived and flew away - perhaps it was only stunned

    The villagers called it a miracle and so it was that a small boy should want to help a fallen bird in trouble".



  • Sketch Inc.

    Having comissioned a custom kokeshi doll by artist Becky Kemp, I was very excited when Grayson arrived this morning, he is just brilliant!

    Information about Sketch Inc. products can be found at:




  • Black Swan Arts - Summer Car Boot

    Black Swan Arts Summer Car Boot – Sunday 16 July 2017

    As part of the Frome Festival, this year’s Art Car Boot Sale will take place on Sunday 16th July in the Cattle Market Car Park, Frome, from 10-4pm.

    It’s a great opportunity to meet artists, craftspeople and makers direct, discuss their work and buy something local that has been lovingly made!

    Martha setting up stall



  • 44AD Natural World

    I am happy to be taking part in this collaborative project with other artists we had 48 Hours to respond to the theme NATURAL WORLD, followed by a curator team to organise and select pieces of work to display.

    Each 48 Hours notice exhibition revolves around the making and exhibiting of artworks at a very short notice, and there is no pressure to create a masterpiece; presented artwork may even be a work in progress. The 48 Hours notice project is very much about exploring the process of creativity and the generation of ideas with the aim of initiating a dialogue between the audience, artist/artworks and the space.

    The Natural World is in participation with The Festival of Nature

    Please see the weblink to find out more about the Festival of Nature events -


    48 Hours notice NATURAL WORLD will take place in the Basement gallery at 44AD artspace from: 21 June - 02 July 2017



  • New Pieces

    Some new Expressions pieces that I have been working on x



Expressions I

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:

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