This year Angela is spending time developing her sculptural work in paperclay and the new black and white objects.
Angela’s work will form part of the ‘Seascape’ exhibition at Byard Art 7th September – 1st October 2017.
Angela’s work can be seen in Bircham Gallery in Holt, Norfolk.
Angela’s Symphony in Black and White series is presently showing at the Cecilia Colman Gallery
Angela’s work is on show at the Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
Last Christmas we celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the Angela Mellor Gallery and Studio.
Angela is now focussing on larger scale sculptural pieces entirely hand built from bone china paperslip, a medium she has researched and developed since 1997. The light filtering through the overlapping layers creates a dramatic contrast, and a sense of movement in the stunning new ‘Sculptural Light’ series. She has also developed a new range of slipcast objects, ‘Symphony in Black and White’.
Angela had work on show as part of the ‘Fired Up’ exhibition at Ferrers Gallery in Summer/Autumn 2016. The gallery is in a beautiful rural location and showcases the work of some of the most talented British designer makers.
Angela exhibited in Byard Art’s Summer Exhibition 2016.
Thank you to everyone who voted for Angela in the craft&design Selected Awards. As there are well over 1,100 designer makers featured on the Selected Makers website, Angela is very grateful that your support helped her to become a Finalist.
This lovely gallery in Suffolk showed Angela’s work in summer 2016.
Angela’s ‘Coastal Light’ series formed part of the ‘Seascape’ exhibition at Byard Art in 2016.
Angela’s work was on show in this gallery situated underneath Leeds Art Gallery.
Angela’s work was on show in the CoCA Gallery Shop. The new Centre for Ceramic Art is well worth a visit.
Angela and international artist, Lynne Windsor celebrated their local wetland, Wicken Fen, aiming to capture the glorious, mysterious ‘Fen Light’ in its many forms in both ceramics, paintings and prints.
Angela’s work is featured in the English translation of Paperclay: The Perfect Union by Astrid Sänger and Otakar Silva, Storchennest, 2015.
The book is very informative in all aspects of making and working with paperclay. Beautifully illustrated with diverse work produced by international artists.
Angela held her annual Summer Open Studio & Exhibition, ‘Summer Light’ alongside oil paintings by Mary Romer and work by three popular local jewellers: Melinda Llewdib,Bek Genery and Jane Pennington.
Angela’s vessel, ‘Spindrift’, won ‘The Plinth Gallery Award for Best Vessel’ in The Slipcast Object Revisited exhibition at The Plinth Gallery, Denver, Colorado.
The field of entries was strong in all categories, so Angela is very pleased to have been awarded the first prize for a vessel form.
Angela is very pleased be a finalist once again in the Ceramics category of the craft&design Selected Maker Awards 2015.
There are well over 1,100 designer makers featured on the craft&design Selected Makers website, and each one has a chance to make it into the finals only through a public vote (which has now closed), so thank you very much to all of those who voted!
Angela exhibited at Ceramic Art London again. CAL is a major selling fair for contemporary studio ceramics, featuring work from leading national and international makers, held at the Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London.
Angela’s work was chosen as the cover star for the Christmas Exhibition, Féerique, at Galerie du Don, France.
Angela held her annual Christmas exhibition and introduced her new ‘Forest Light’ series alongside paintings by artist Melanie Max.
Several pieces of Angela’s work were selected for inclusion in a major exhibition of Teabowls by the Oxford Ceramics Gallery.
James Fordham, the Gallery’s Director said, “We now have over 400 teabowls for our forthcoming exhibition this October and it’s going to be an exciting show with pieces from makers all over the world.
Angela was invited to speak to a group students at the Thomas Clarkson Academy in Wisbech.
Art teacher Sarah Loosemore said, “To have a world renowned ceramic artist visit our students and inspire them with her work and techniques was brilliant. It was a real privilege for our students and one which they will definitely benefit from, as they continue to progress with their own art work.”
Angela held an Open Studio and Exhibition of her new work in the Gallery together with beautiful paintings by Melanie Max.
Angela was very pleased to win the Silver Award for Ceramics in the craft&design Selected Maker Awards 2014. There are well over 1,100 designer makers featured on the craft&design Selected Makers website, so winning Silver was a great achievement! Thank you very much to all of those who voted.
Angela exhibited at Ceramic Art London, a major selling fair for contemporary studio ceramics, featuring work from leading national and international makers, which is held at the Royal College of Art every year. This year’s invitation and posters featured Angela’s Green and Gold Spray bowl.
Angela held an Open Studio and Exhibition of her new work in the Gallery alongside jewel-like oil paintings by Mary Romer.
Angela held an Open Studio and Exhibition of her new work in the Gallery together with beautiful screen prints by Vilokini Gail Abbott.
Angela exhibited in the Anglian Potters Selected Members Exhibition at the Dolby Gallery.
Angela’s work appears in Paperclay Art & Practice, by Rosette Gault 2013.
Angela was a finalist in the 58th International Competition of Contemporary Ceramic Art 2013 at the International Ceramic Museum, Faenza, Italy.