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W O R K S H O P S  &  E V E N T S

Ben Winter

Landscape Paintings

Ben creates work in a variety of media; charcoal, pastels, oils, watercolour and acrylics.

Painting landscapes, still life portraits and abstract pieces, Ben is preoccupied with light, colour and composition and the way that those elements can create mood, form and visual interest.

Jane Staniland

Ceramic Artist

Jane makes hand-built pots which are beautifully drawn and painted on. In the tradition of pottery they tell stories of our time, expressing emotions and the joy of activity and nature.

They are fired at stoneware temperatures and therefore frost proof and some have drainage holes so could be used as garden planters.



GvE&Co will be adding to their showcase at Turner & Thom

Their beautifully bold and luxurious British fabrics bring daring & rare colour, artistry and sensuous textures into the heart of the home using a wide range of textiles, including cotton & silk velvet, linen and pearl satin silk for their gorgeous home living range.

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Gareth Knowles


The curiously beautiful

and captivating art of Gareth Knowles

A renowned sculptor and highly creative individual, 
Gareth is particularly known for his studied still-life scenes of sporting subjects,

portrait sculpture and often takes inspiration from the power of nature.

Gareth became a professional sculptor in 1983, achieving almost instant recognition when,

in 1984, he became the youngest ever person to receive a commission
from Garrards, the Crown Jewellers.

Past, Present & Future Exhibitions

Susan Stanton · Spring 2023

Jane Staniland · Spring 2023

Gareth Knowles · Winter 2022

Lucy Bentley  ·  Summer 2022

Small Plant Co  ·  Spring 2022

Ceri Pritchard  ·  Spring 2022

Brian Neish  ·  Spring 2022

Ben Winter  ·  Winter 21/22

Will Richardson  ·  Ongoing 2021/22

Jonathan Loxley  ·  Summer 2020

Adam Roud  ·  Summer / Autumn 2020

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