Item 1: Jonathan O’Dea - St Mary's Bell 2 Click to get info
Title: St Mary’s Bell 2
Medium: Parts of old Victorian Bells from St Mary’s Church, Walthamstow
Size: 112 x 26 x 30 cm
Reserve price: £650
Jonathan has been producing and exhibiting his artwork professionally for over 16 years, and he is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors.
He has had 14 solo exhibitions, and contributed to over 20 group exhibitions, at home and abroad.
Two interlinked themes inform Jonathan’s work. First, how physical changes to our environment have an impact on visual culture and second, how artists engage with the concept of regeneration. Jonathan uses materials that are associated literally with regeneration, such as found objects from brownfield sites, recycled building materials, tools and other equipment, transforming them into indoor sculptures.
Item 2: Raewyn Harrison - Mud Larking Click to get info
Title: Mud Larking - Elizabethan London
Medium: Hand thrown altered porcelain with shiny, matt, crawling glazes and ceramic transfer
Size: 25x17 cm
Reserve price: £120
Raewyn Harrison is a London-based ceramic artist who grew up in New Zealand. She creates porcelain collections with a strong narrative based on sites and structures that fascinate her. Her trademark dribble edges are combined with her own glazes that fragment images, making each piece unique.
The river Thames is a constant source of inspiration which led to the creation of her Mud Larking series. She collects fragments from the foreshore, delves into archives for historical maps, and goes on expeditions to take photographs of decommissioned structures in the Thames Estuary.
Anna Alcock - Welcome to the Stow 2019 Click to get info
Title: Welcome to the Stow 2019
Size: 30x30cm (unframed) 50x50cm (framed)
Reserve price: £250
Anna Alcock lives and works in Walthamstow. Her work is in collections around the world.
She works primarily in print; wood engraving, linocut, woodcut, etching, screen-prints, textiles and monotypes. In the community, she shares her love of printmaking with disabled, dementia awareness, and health and wellbeing groups, in schools, studios, museums and galleries.
Traditionally trained in South Africa, she moved to London in 1999, and completed an MA in printmaking in 2004. She is Director of Inky Cuttlefish Studio.