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, Apr 23 2019 07:28PM

I am very happy and excited to be exhibiting 'Sleeper' a handbuilt stoneware head, in this years Garden Art Exhibition, details as follows:


★Thursday 2rd May until Sunday 16th June,

on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays,


★Opening hours 10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m..


★Showborough House, Twyning, Gloucestershire, GL20 6DN


★There is no entry charge but donations welcome


Showborough House opens its garden every spring to host the Affordable Garden Art Exhibition. A wide variety of good but affordable sculpture, mostly by local or emerging sculptors, can be seen in the natural setting of the one and a half acre garden. There are works in different sizes, styles and media, including wood, metal, stone, glass, ceramic and resin. Showborough is an informal venue, where visitors are encouraged to enjoy the exhibits and the garden at their own pace, and perhaps to sit and relax with a cup of tea or coffee.


Exhibits are for sale and because Showborough House is a non-profit venture any purchases provide maximum support to the artists.


Showborough lies in the Vale, between the Cotswolds and the Malverns. It is just outside the riverside village of Twyning, between Tewkesbury and Pershore, less than ten minutes drive from the A38, M5 or M50.


Please look at the website to see some of the exhibits, opening times and some advice about directions

www.showborough.com


By jes, Mar 11 2019 09:32PM

Having fun stacking pebbles at Mutton Cove, so many to choose from!!! x




By jes, Feb 11 2019 10:00AM

A Folk music inspired plate,

(Bold Sir Rylas, went hunting and killed a spotted pig,

-Down in the grove where the wildflowers grow,

And the green leaves fall all around)

It had to be done at some point x


By jes, Nov 30 2018 09:21PM

Event Date: 16.12.2018


In Bristol Studios are opening the doors again this December for our annual Christmas Fair.


This is a great opportunity to buy work from studio residents, all talented Bristol based artists and makers.

Expect to find hand made ceramics, jewellery of all kinds, toys, prints, original artworks, homewares, and plenty of seasonal cheer.


There will also be a variety of workshops on offer, people loved them at the Festival of Making, so far tickets are available for:


Carve a butter spreader book via Eventbrite here


Punch Needle Embroidery book via Eventbrite here


Clay Sausage Dog Christmas Decoration book via Eventbrite here


Clay Bear Christmas Decoration book via Eventbrite here


More coming very soon!


This year we are also going to be doing a silent auction of donated artwork for The Julian Trust Night Shelter – an amazing local charity run by volunteers providing emergency accommodation to people living on Bristol’s streets. You’ll be able to bid for a selection of completely unique artworks the proceeds of which will go to benefit this very worthy cause.



By jes, Nov 4 2018 08:00AM


✭ Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th November 2018

✭ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

✭ American Museum & Gardens

Claverton Manor

Bath

BA2 7BD


Space 1 is delighted to be taking part in this years, Cosy Christmas Craft Fair

Pick up an unusual present for friends or family in a unique festive atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.

Handcrafted ceramics, textiles, jewellery and prints. Meet the makers, and gain an insight into craft and production methods.


Craft Fair and gardens £5 per person (under 5s free). This includes access to the Orangery café and museum shops.


Normal admission prices apply for visits to the museum.


[email protected]


By jes, Oct 20 2018 07:00AM

I love these interchanging walls, seen on a recent visit to the Design Museum London,

a fabulous museum, learnt lots of stuff!!


www.designmuseum.org

about me

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