Round Oak
Gallery & Studio

Result of the Christmas Charity Event

OPEN STUDIO at Round Oak Cottage

 

In previous years you helped to raise these amounts over 2 weekends:

2016: £895 * 2017: £900 * 2018: £980 and 2019: £950

 

This year I am delighted to report that, with your support, I was able to donate

£1,000 to the Coleford, Lydney and Cinderford Foodbanks,

which cover the whole of the Forest of Dean

 

Thank you!

Anthony and I wish you a blessed Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year

 

If you wish to view my work, please be in touch at any time.

Download the Paintings and Pottery 2020 catalogue here

About me...

I am a working potter and painter married to a retired bishop and living near Ross-on-Wye in the Border Country of the Welsh Marches.

I think of myself as a storyteller, whether I’m doing pottery or painting landscapes and portraits.

Art Classes

Art Group at Round Oak with Kathy Priddis
Hoarwithy Rd, Bridstow HR9 6QJ
Wednesdays 10am-12.30
For beginners and the more advanced
Still Life, landscape & portrait
Cost - £10 per session
PLACES LIMITED
For more information please contact me:
Telephone: 01989 218503
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My workshop is in our garden, a purpose-built shed which I open to the public during annual Open Studios, or by arrangement. My pre-Christmas Charity Shows enable me to donate 100% profits to the homeless, or to local Food Banks – my way of paying something back.

I work with two clays, stoneware and porcelain. It’s important to me to harmonise my work with the countryside, so I source local clays to make my earth coloured glazes. I decorate with wax, leaf resist, sprigs, oxides and sgraffitto. My tiny porcelain pots are decorated with translucent celadon glazes. Commissions are welcome!

I paint in oils, watercolours, acrylics and pastel.

Our local Wye valley countryside has rich textures and colours, especially the local brick and stone of churches, river bridges and dilapidated cottages, and the shifting colours of water.

I approach portraits in a similar manner to landscapes, not only seeking to portray the literal face, but also its mood and character.

 

Commissions are welcome!

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