We hope you enjoy browsing through our galleries. For full details of prices and for more information please contact Libby or Nigel by phone or click on the Contact Us button below. The site is an archive of current and past work. Some but not all of it has been sold. New work is being added regularly.

Libby Edmondson

Libby Edmondson

Libby adopts a varied approach to her painting, which is predominantly in acrylic. Some of her work is quite abstract whilst other is more figurative. One of the distinguishing features of all her work is a vibrant use of colour. Much of her recent work reflects her interest in the local Lakeland landscape, which she finds both geographically and spiritually enriching. She is responding to the landscape and interpreting it in her own unique style.

All of Libby’s paintings are available as signed, limited edition giclée prints that are printed using lightfast pigments on archival paper. Edition sizes of A3+ prints range from 75 to 500. A1 and A2 prints are also available in Editions of 50. Please enquire for further details.

Libby is now taking private commissions for paintings and will be pleased to discuss your requirements. Contact us to find out more.

Nigel Edmondson

Nigel Edmondson

Most of Nigel’s work is hand-built using slab construction, coiling and, occasionally, throwing and coiling in combination. Craft-crank is used, fired to 1250°C in oxidation. Firing to this temperature ensures that all the work is frost-proof and can safely be left outside all year. Limited use is made of matt glazes with other colour coming from metal oxides and high firing slips. On occasion the work is fired several times to allow for further refinement of the ‘painted’ surface.

Current work includes sculptural and/or functional garden/conservatory pieces and some decorative domestic ware. Some of the most recent output has been large scale work particularly for a garden setting. Surfaces are often textured and much of the work incorporates landscape-based abstraction that reflects and responds in particular to the Lakeland Fells that lie on his doorstep and on which he enjoys walking and climbing.