Mixed Winter Exhibition - Paintings

30 November - 24 December

 

A selection of sixty miniature ceramics by YUTA SEGAWA

Prices range £25 -£45
 

Yuta Segawa is a Japanese ceramic artist specialising in producing miniature pottery. He learned fine-art ceramic skills in Japan and China and developed techniques in producing miniature pots in London. All miniature pots are thrown individually by hand and he uses more than five hundred original glazes. "Miniature pottery relates to the issue of the relationship between artists’ bodies and their works. It is a challenge to test the limits of what a human body can make on such a small scale". Born in 1988 in Shizuoka, Japan, Yuta Segawa studied ceramics at Camberwell College of Arts, London, Musashino Art University, Tokyo and Jingdezhen, China. He has held solo exhibitions in London, The Netherlands, Dubai, Tokyo, China, and has a ceramics exhibition scheduled for this December at David Simon Contemporary.

 

The Turk's Head 

 

 

The Turk's Head (rotating)

STEVEN HUBBARD

rotating marquetry panel with oil on panel and marquetry frame

48 x 43 x 10cm

 

 

The Turk's Head 

 

Candle Light (closed)

STEVEN HUBBARD
marquetry and oil on panel
42 x 22cm

 

 

 

Candle Light (open)

STEVEN HUBBARD

marquetry and oil on panel
42 x 22cm

 

 

James Pryde's Dream (closed)

STEVEN HUBBARD

marquetry and oil on canvas
70 x 48 x 20cm

 

 

James Pryde's Dream (open)

STEVEN HUBBARD

marquetry and oil on canvas
70 x 48 x 20cm

 

 

The Leopard (closed)

STEVEN HUBBARD

marquetry and oil on canvas
 

 

 

The Telephone

STEVEN HUBBARD

marquetry and oil on panel
20.5 x 25.5cm

 

The House of Cards (closed)

STEVEN HUBBARD

marquetry
38 x 26cm

 

The House of Cards (closed)

STEVEN HUBBARD

marquetry
38 x 26cm

 

 

Palazzo Barberi

STEVEN HUBBARD

oil on canvas
110 x 60cm

 

Steven Hubbard, born in London in 1954 studied fine art at Gloucestershire College of Art and Design. He has taught fine art for over 30 years and has held regular one-man exhibitions in London. He regularly exhibits at the Royal Academy Summer Show and the Royal West of England Academy, the Royal Society of Portrait Painters. Hubbard has three different practices – linocut printmaking, painting and marquetry-based constructions.

 

 

 

Winter Broken

REBECCA LISLE

reclaimed wood
45 x 48 x 12.5cm

 

Autumn Garden 1970

REBECCA LISLE

reclaimed wood
50 x 46 x 12cm

 

 

I Am Not A Tree

REBECCA LISLE

reclaimed wood
45 x 30 x 10cm

 

Acorn I

REBECCA LISLE

reclaimed wood
20 x 15 x 12cm

 

 

Ghosts in the Air

REBECCA LISLE

reclaimed wood
40 x 40 x 20cm

 

 

Acorn II

REBECCA LISLE

reclaimed wood
 

 

Selected for the Sculpture Prize at Bath Society of Artists Open Exhibition 2018, Rebecca Lisle has been invited to show with David Simon Contemporary. This latest body of sculpture has been created from found wooden objects. The nature of the materials being ‘re-purposed’ results in beautiful objects that have a sense of age and patina to them. Many of the forms have been developed from the artist’s lifelong study of botany, depicting ideas of seed heads, flower patterns and root and stem cross-sections.

 

 

The Dress

SARA INGLEBY-MACKENZIE

bronze, edition of 9

H. 48cm

 

 

Unaccompanied Guest

SARA INGLEBY-MACKENZIE

bronze, edition of 8

36 x 8 x 8cm

 

Breezy

SARA INGLEBY-MACKENZIE

bronze, edition of 12

41 x 22 x 12cm

 

 

Pudding Girls

SARA INGLEBY-MACKENZIE

bronze, edition of 10

38 x 8 x 8cm

 

 

Globe Fairy
bronze

H. 7cm

 

Present Fairy
bronze

H. 7cm

 

Party Fairy
bronze

H. 7cm

 

 

Tipsy Fairy
bronze

H. 7cm

 

 

Plum Fairy
bronze

H. 7cm

 

 

Great Expectations
SARA INGLEBY-MACKENZIE
bronze, edition of 9
56 x 20 x 15cm
 

Sara Ingleby-MacKenzie has been sculpting since 1982, when she graduated with a first class honours degree in Sculpture and Print Making from Bath Academy of Art. The same year she was awarded the Henry Moore Foundation Scholarship. She trained under Ken Hughes, a pupil of Henry Moore.

 

Sara Ingleby-MacKenzie has undertaken many prominent commissioned sculpture and monument projects and this work can be found at the National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire, among many other public and private collections.

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