Figura meets the maker: Kate Schuricht


Figura meets the maker: Kate Schuricht

 

Don’t miss your last chance to see British ceramic artist Kate Schuricht’s exhibition at the New Ashgate Gallery in Farnham, Surrey, which closes on Saturday 27th February.

Kate works in raku and stoneware producing a range of work including boxes, tapered vessels, jugs and wall vases. The raku firing technique she uses creates a unique crackle finish that works differently over each piece, the shape of which dictates the distinctive design. Her pieces are often shown in groups or small collections, combined with wood, slate or stone.

Having studied Three Dimensional Design at the University of Brighton, specialising in ceramics and visual research, Kate was selected for an international ceramic residency in Japan, where she worked alongside established Japanese, Korean and American artists. On her return, she set up her business at Cockpit Arts, London, where she was based for nearly 10 years.

Now a Professional Member of the Crafts Potters Association, Kate has completed commissions for a number of private and public collections, including British Airways, the British Embassy in St Petersburg, Craftspace and Cowley Manor. Her work is collected worldwide and has featured in several printed publications and films

For further information about Kate and her work visit kateschuricht.com.

 

The New Ashgate Gallery champions artists and affordable art and craft in Farnham, Surrey and beyond. It hosts a programme of more than 30 annual exhibitions and related events, often working in partnership with local and national art organisations. For further information and details of future events visit newashgate.org.uk , where you will also find an online shop to purchase pieces by featured artists.

New Ashgate Gallery
Waggon Yard
Farnham
Surrey GU9 7PS
T: 01252 713208

Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-5pm, closed on Sundays and Mondays.

Entry: Free.

The gallery is situated on the edge of Waggon Yard car park, the corner of Downing Street and Union Road. The gallery is a five-minute walk from Farnham Station, which is served from London Waterloo (55 minutes).