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New work by two well-known Oxfordshire artists, Crabby Taylor and Karen Purple, both represented in public and private collections around the UK. The artists have worked in parallel on colours and themes in creating new work for the exhibition.

Crabby Taylor's ceramic vessels are simple forms, statements for contemplation, produced through the chaos and control of smoke firing out in the open air under the wild skies of stormy English weather.
Crabby Taylor was the 2011 Mary Moser Prize Winner.

Karen Purple's abstract works on canvas flow from voyages through the varied English landscape and coastline in search of natural forms and pigments.
Karen Purple was a 2012 Threadneedle Prize finalist at the Mall Galleries, London.

The exhibition also features marble sculptures in the garden by Martin Smith, the Mary Moser Prize Winner for 2013.

Saturday 29 March to Sunday 13 April 2014

Open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays 2 to 7 pm
and at other times by appointment

Free entry

Pennwood House Gallery, Pound Lane, Cassington, Oxford OX29 4BN view map

Please contact us for details or call us on 01865 883991

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