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Berk

Berk

Our resident artist Berk has created a buzz in the gallery this week with his new collection on display. Creating spray paint pieces by using the reverse glass process, he captures an abstract design and demands a view to see how he has used bright colours. 

Berk uses his skills in street art graffiti to apply on the glass surface and build up layers. He always uses lots of colours and layers and the end result is very unique and stunning. 

Back in February, Berk did a collaboration with Rose Clover and designed small bottles and...


Midge Solo Show At The Corner Collective

Midge Solo Show At The Corner Collective

We are busy here at the gallery making way for an exciting exhibition this week. Midge is going to be here with her new solo exhibition, 'Out There Somewhere Still.' Fans of Midge's work can expect atmospheric displays of work from skateboards to luggage tags and wooden 3d pieces. 

Pepita Coffee

Pepita Coffee

When you imagine coffee you buy from your local coffee supplier or roaster, the image of a brown sustainable bag springs to mind because that is usually what coffee is presented in. Meeting Pepita Coffee really changed my idea of that, in fact, it smashed that idea out of the water.

Fatclay Pottery

Fatclay Pottery

Saturday the 10th December sees Fatclay Pottery  pop to the Corner Collective to showcase his work and do a demo on the pottery wheel. Having opened his new studio down at Ankle Deep Studios Matt said he loves the creative space and historic building that sits there. Holding workshops down at the studio space based in the Historic Dockyyard, the ceramicist said that whether you are an absolute beginner or an improver wanting to develop more, you will find the Fatclay Pottery Studio a unique experience. 

Chatting to Matt, he said that...


Needle To The Groove

Needle To The Groove

Artwork on album covers were an essential part of a band or artist promoting their music and designing a cool cover that could go down in history as a legendary album really did define a band or musician. Fast forward to the here and now and most music is downloaded through an app where the artwork isn't as important as the music.