Paul Jackson

Paul is currently working on the series known to him as Madrugada.
His pots are alterd forms ,which originate on the wheel. The abstract
decoration is applied using slips both brushed and mono printed on to the
raw pot to create layers effect. Created in white earthenware they are
finished with a transparent glaze.

Paul’s other concern is his pots made in his wood fired saltglaze kiln.
Using both St Agnes stoneware and porcelain, Paul has enjoyed the delights
of the process to form landscape pieces inspired by Bodmin Moor. He has
also enjjoyed the forms inspired by Minoan art. and the orient

At present he is developing a domestic ware exploring glazes that capture
something of the sea.

Feeling the love

We spent some time looking for someone who could produce some solid wooden frames to mount our medals in. James, listened carefully to what we wanted and made us the exact high-quality frame we needed. Since then, we re-order every couple of weeks including some complex bespoke frames. We have been working together for about 10 years and I couldn’t recommend The Framing Centre highly enough.

Matthew Holland
Bigbury Mint

Artmill Gallery & Framing Centre are our go to framers for The Arts Institute, University of Plymouth. They have a particular empathy for artists requirements and always produce work to the highest quality. Many of our exhibiting artists have been so impressed with the outcome that they go on to use Artmill for all their work.

Dr Sarah Chapman, Artistic Director
The Arts Institute, University of Plymouth