Studios

The Thatched House Studio

Two potters using different techniques. Crafts. Embroidery and textiles. Fused glass.

The Thatched House

16 Clive Road

Esher

Surrey

KT10 8PS

t: 01372 463913

e: wvandort41@gmail.com

Work for sale from £10 - £295.

Google Map: The Thatched House Studio If driving, enter Clive Road from Lammas Lane. Pedestrians can access from the Portsmouth Road, Esher.

Place to eat: Restaurants in Esher High Street. Bus service: K3, 514, 458, 459 5min walk.

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Days open [closed] June 2019

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Wendy Van Dort

Ceramicist

Wendy has enjoyed ceramics for approximately 20 years. Her style varies greatly - she is currently working with bright underglaze colours and uses a transparent glaze to enhance their individual designs and fresh appeal. Demonstrations of raku firing on 13th and 14th June.

t: 01372 463913

e: wvandort41@gmail.com

Wendy Hale

Textile & Mixed Media Artist / Embroiderer

I love experimenting, being creative and making things. I aim to incorporate many different techniques into my work. I especially like vibrant colours, Kantha hand stitch, and freehand machine embroidery. I am particularly passionate about being eco-friendly and like to re-use and transform items giving a new lease of life to something old. I frequently integrate recycled materials into my work, specifically bits & pieces from my travels or something that has been cherished by someone I know. I continually collect things, reluctant to throw anything away as it may come in useful one day

t: 020 8339 1285

e: wendy@charltonross.co.uk

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

Wendy Hale, Jug with Vintage Elements

Jug with Vintage Elements

25cm x 25cm x 3cm mixed media

Helena Ross

Kiln Formed Glass Artist

Helena trained in Architectural Glass at Swansea Institute. With over 15 years’ experience in the design and technical control of glass processes, she produces a range of glass pieces using her novel ColourWave technique. This uses thin coloured glass rods to create complex stripe textures. The colour selections are varied across the surface of the object to produce waves of colour. This technique gives the freedom to design vibrant contrasts and subtle textures with few limitations on the colour mixes that can be created. A wide variety of designs are being produced with this method.

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

Helena Ross, Cosmic Spectra

Cosmic Spectra

56cm x 5cm x 17cm kiln-formed Glass

Jane Drown

Stained Glass / Ceramic Artist

I have been working in ceramics for 15 years and relatively recently became 'hooked' on glass. My stained glass doors and windows are made to commisssion and range from traditional Victorian and Art Deco designs to modern and abstract windows - in some cases for historic buildings. I work in both Surrey and East Devon, where the seascapes and natural environment provide my inspiration. I have worked in burnished earthenware ceramics and porcelain, offering very distinct ceramic styles. My work is on exhibition in a number of galleries and I regularly exhibit at Surrey and Devon Open Studios.

t: 07976 667454

e: jane.drown@btinternet.com

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

Jane Drown, Shell form bowl

Shell form bowl

16cm x 10cm x 10cm porcelain