Ceri Wright and Jackie Kearsley
- Mixed Media,
Ceri creates Ceramic jewellery, decorations, homeware and sculpture inspired by pebbles, shells and celebration.
Jackie works in a variety of media. From Pen and ink to Mixed media and felt.
Directions to studio
From the A483 take J4 towards Ruthin, go up the hill into Coedpoeth. The studio is opposite the speed camera. Car park first left after the speed camera
Follow the arrows down the side of the house into the garden to the studio.
Contact & address Details
52 Heol Maelor
LL11 3LY01978756315 / 07544350448
Studio Opening Times
Opening Times: 11am - 5pm
Late Friday Opening Days:
Opening Times: 7pm - 9pm
I am a ceramic designer-maker living and working from my 'Shedudio' in Coedpoeth. I deliver workshops in a variety of media in schools and galleries across North Wales. This year for Helfa Gelf's open studio event I will be sharing my studio with Jackie Kearsley, who also lives in Coedpoeth.
My decorative work is inspired by our joy of celebration. Celebrating annual events such as Valentines, Easter and Christmas, and special moments within our lives and recording them in clay.
My coastal themed work takes inspiration from the shoreline; pebbles, stones, and shells, beach combing and family holidays. Finding the precious stone that becomes a life long treasure.
I use a range of clays from smooth white, blue and black clays to heavily frogged textured clays. Texture is very important in my work, I want it to be tactile, I want you to touch it, cherish it just like that found pebble that can mean so much.
**********Helfa Gelf & Ruthin Craft Centre Residency ********
I am pleased to announce that I will be Artist in Residence at Ruthin Craft Centre from 6th - 17th September 2018
I will be running workshops on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th. Please call the craft centre to book a free place.
Studio 2 at the Ruthin Craft Centre will be open for you to visit on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th 11am-5pm.
I trained as a wildlife illustrator many years ago and in fact didn’t do any artwork for a long time. It was only after recovering from detached retinas that I began to sketch and draw again but in a more abstract way. My artwork is strongly influenced by nature I love to draw trees, skies and landscapes. I also work with inks, and felt markers which I let run by spraying water on to the image. I have used tea bags to stain paper and blackberries and elderberries too. I am also very interested in working with recycled materials and felting wool to create mixed media pieces.
We will be a part of the Wrexham Cluster group exhibition at Y Caban, Plas Newydd, Llangollen. 2nd - 28th September, 10.30 - 5pm (closed Tuesdays). Please do come along! Ceri and Jackie