Trained at Camberwell College of Art, Allison makes ceramic jewellery and vessels which celebrate pattern. Her jewellery was conceived and developed in London and has an urban feel to it, and incorporates her own photographic images. Since moving to North Yorkshire Allison has returned to making vessels using them as a canvas for her painterly style of decoration. Her work is about the joy of being human and the beauty that is always around us.
£10.00 - £100
Follow the sat nav to BD23 3RJ. Continue over the canal and the house and studio/barn (black and white) are on your left.
You can either park in the road in front of the house, or turn into the area in front of the barn - take care the entrance is narrow.
There are no access issues and wheelchair access is possible.
There is a toilet on site.
There is plenty of room so visitors will be able to see the studio complete with equipment and tools of the trade. All areas will be accessible including the kiln room. They will be able to see work in progress at different stages and also sketchbooks.