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Gaynor Wilson, Samantha Petri & Mary Gray

A painter, potter and textile artist using a range of media, texture and colour in a rural setting.

Knowle Park Coach House

Knowle Lane

Cranleigh

Surrey

GU6 8JL

Work for sale from £15 - £1000.

This is a working studio. Visitors may see demonstrations of work. Groups up to 7 people welcome.

Directions

Google Map: Gaynor Wilson, Samantha Petri & Mary Gray Turn down Knowle Lane from centre of Cranleigh, turn right up Knowle Park Nursing Home drive. Studio at top of drive on right. Turn right and park.

Place to eat: The Richard Onslow, Maddalenas tea shop. Bus service: 53, 63, 42, 25 12min walk.

Trails: Weekday Trail One, Weekend Trail.

Days open [closed] June 2017

Times: 11am - 5pm (Thursday evenings: 6 - 8.30pm)

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Gaynor Wilson MCSP BA

Ceramicist

I have been working with clay for many years, starting out as a quilter and then being seduced by clay at evening classes being taught by Alison Britton. I studied ceramics at Glasgow School of Art, graduating in 2012. This has provided the launch pad to develop my own individual style. I am currently working with slabs of clay with inspiration from our industrial landscape as well as functional ware using various kiln firing techniques My pieces are fired to stoneware temperature which provide many challenges of form and surface finishes.

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Gaynor Wilson welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Gaynor Wilson, Urban Landscape 11

Urban Landscape 11

10cm x 30cm x 10cm ceramic

Samantha Petri

Painter

As an Art teacher, I enjoy inspiring creative people and believe that an important aspect of this is to be an Art practitioner myself. As a student, I always had a passion for Art and this culminated in a BA degree in Multi-Media Textiles at Loughborough University. Recently, I have developed my own unique animal painting style, combining large quantities of loose painting mediums and metallic reflections to create layers of tone, texture and colour to reflect the shine and surface of the animal's coat. I use finer paints and pens to refine my work to produce my finished piece.

t: 07753 885482

e: samanthajpetri@gmail.com

w: www.samantha-jayne-designs.com

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See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Samantha Petri welcomes visitors all year round by appointment.

Samantha Petri, Handsome Roo

Handsome Roo

45cm x 60cm acrylic ink, watercolour, spray paint, fine liners, masking fluid, coffee, acrylics, water spray

Mary Gray

Stitched Textile Artist

Mary is fascinated by the dancing reflections on the surface of moving water, ever changing, fragmented imagery that distorts reality. Her work concerns the depiction of these strange fractured reflections and transient moments of energy in cloth and stitch. Drawing and photography are key to developing her ideas. The materials and techniques she uses reference the subject matter and will change within a body of work, as appropriate. Membership/ Licentiate of the Society of Designer Craftsmen. Prism Textiles. Wey Valley Workshop. Publications/ Reclaimed Textiles. Kim Tittichai 2014

t: 01483 427440

e: mary.gray@btinternet.com

See the artist's SAOS Member web page for more.

Mary Gray, Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope

machine stitching on painted fabric