Gabrielle Roberts-Dalton RBSA
The Time of the Thin Tissue
Gabrielle Roberts-Dalton is focused on developing a narrative around the Menopause. Using oil paint and drawing with Indian ink (dip pen method), her recent work evolved into using still life elements.
As a response to the isolation over the past year, she explores the effects of ageing and the fragility of human tissue/flesh.
Nigel Priddey RBSA
A Blot on the Landscape
Nigel Priddey works in watercolour, seeking pattern and colour in UK landscapes.
Using both conventional and unconventional techniques, Nigel uses bold graphic shapes and strong colour to instil a sense of place in his landscapes.
Mary Flitcroft ARBSA
Light Held and Deflected:
Vessels and Panels in Porcelain
Mary Flitcroft sees clay as a powerful medium for abstract, non-figurative work. She enjoys working with the tension between abstract and functional forms.
Attracted by porcelain’s qualities of fragility and strength, Mary also uses the shimmer of lustre to create a brightness through each of her latest pieces.