Studio 10

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My workshop and gallery, Studio 10 will play host to Artweeks 2022 where myself and three other fantastic artists will exhibit unique and beautiful works from 14th to 22nd May 2022. 

The studio will open 11am - 4:30pm throughout the week and we will be offering light refreshments for a donation to support local charities, wheelchair access and parking.

Where to find us

Meet the Artists

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Ayla Wadsworth

Kerry Houghton Glass Designs

I really enjoy making pieces that are both functional and decorative. Table lamps and garden lanterns are a particular favourite of mine as I love the way the illuminated glass enhances a cosy a room on a winters night and adds a beauty to the garden on a summers evening. No two pieces of glass are ever the same and the way the light catches and reflects the colours can be breath-taking. The appearance of stained-glass art constantly changes throughout the day depending on where its located, the intensity of reflected light, whether lit by artificial light or natural daylight. Many of my pieces reflect the natural world; animals, woodland and the sea all influence my work and I am currently enjoying exploring ways of combining my glass work with other materials such as metals, woods and even fossils.

Chrissy Morton - Taylors Boho Designs

My exhibition this year has many varied individual pieces. I design and make, one off and limited edition items of jewellery, along with artistic wire creations from my little workshop.
Using precious metals, genuine gemstones and organic treasures and occasionally using other mediums when I feel it’s right for that particular project.
Ethically sourced materials are very important to me. I recycle metals and gems wherever I can.
When making wedding pieces, incorporating a loved one’s item into the piece brings much joy and meaning to the finished article.

Victoria Ward Pottery 

All my ceramics are handmade in my garden studio in Wantage, the majority of my work is wheel thrown but I do like to experiment with different pottery techniques and decoration styles. I am particularly fascinated with colour - I love the unpredictable effect layering glazes creates, making each piece unique.

This year I will be exhibiting wheel thrown stoneware pottery with layered glazing, I also plan to include ceramic pieces made using slab or handbuilding techniques, these will be decorated with underglaze transfer designs and patterns.

Ayla Wadsworth - Feathered Oak

 I combine concrete and clean aesthetics to create unique and elegant design pieces for your home. Following a degree in fashion, a love of surface and pattern design and with creativity flowing through my veins, I began experimenting with concrete; fascinated by its versatility and rawness I embarked on perfecting the art of mixing and pouring concrete. Resulting in a tactile range of concrete homeware pieces that inspires individuality and reinforces the beauty of being perfectly imperfect – Feathered Oak was born.

 Feathered Oak specialises in handmade concrete homeware that is inspired by the beauty of simplicity. Our collections are very minimal and soft in both colour and design, a unique and distinct feel to the raw and industrial nature often associated with concrete. Our current collections are available in seven colours and include coasters, trinket dishes, vases, styling trays, and planters; each piece being one of a kind, unique, and always special.