All images © Kath Bonson. e-mail me at; Kath@bon-art.co.uk
I enjoying work in a variety of styles and forms. I hope that these galleries will give a taster of some of them
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Mine is a landscape of rolling moors stretching out towards distant hills under big skies that in places is full of people and animals, and in others, heathers, bracken and stone.
There is a wooded valley on the edge of my village where the beck tumbles between the trees in a series of cascades and falls.
Manmade structures and signs are everywhere, intrusions on the landscape that have become integral parts of the scene.
A selection of pieces with predominantly blue and green glazes. Layered and textured they hint at the colours of winter frosts and skies, mosses and lichens.
Blues & Greens
For many people the countryside is a place of leisure; hiking, riding, dog walking, biking…. All part of the countryside scene.
Dry Stone walls fascinate me; the patterns they make across the land, their structure, the forms and textures of the stones and the micro-world of the mosses and lichens.
Farming in the Pennines is about haymaking and animals. Marginal and old fashioned, it struggles between pressures from ‘incomers’ and a fight with the land to scratch a living.
A selection of pieces with predominantly brown and gold glazes. Layered and textured they hint at the colours of autumn and trees, stones and lichens.
Browns & Golds
Imposing mills and small houses built from the local stone; honey coloured in the sunshine, solid against the elements and the landscape
Mills & Villages