Friday
Feb032017

Sarah Field & Emeline Warchorn - Duntisbourne Studios

From Tuesday 7th Feb - Beautiful handmade contemporary porcelain tableware. 

Sarah Field and Emeline Watchorn work side by side from their studio in the Cotswolds.  From here they each produce hand made beautiful yet functional stoneware and porcelain tableware. 

Emeline hand molds all her pieces and her work has an organic feel gaining inspiration from the countryside around her.  Sarah’s work is predominantly thrown on the wheel and is finer, more symmetrical and she has a stronger use of colour.  Their two styles compliment each other which is why amongst other reasons they have chosen to work alongside one another.

Their pieces are designed to look beautiful but also to fulfil a basic every day need such as having that first cup of tea in the morning. They regard each piece as unique and hopefully something to be cherished and enjoyed.

www.sarahfieldceramics.com

www.emelinewatchorn.com

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Friday
Jan272017

LIVE MUSIC AT THE HOG

Friday
Jan062017

EVENTS

Friday
Jan062017

LIVE MUSIC AT THE HOG 

Monday
Nov212016

NEW YEARS EVE AT THE HOG

Noise of Art's New Year at The Hog
Saturday 31 December - 7pm-2am
Diesel (Xpress 2)
Salad (Undressed) - LIVE
The Woodentops (solo show) LIVE
Host DJ Ben Osborne (Noise of Art)
Your Mum & Overlap Visuals
and more to be announced
 
 

Free entry for diners - Full A la Carte Menu available

Tickets from £5 in advance for party only

 
Hammersmith’s The Hog is joining forces with Noise of Art for a NYE shin dig.

Referencing the current fad for all things mid-Nineties, the night will see re-formed Top 20 Brit Pop era indie band, Salad, play their first London gig in 18 years. Formed by model and MTV presenter Marijne Van Der Vlugt and Paul Kennedy in the mid Nineties, Salad’s first LP shot straight into the Top 20 in the midst of the Brit Pop era in 1996. Sadly their career came to an abrupt halt when the band split two years later. Having vanished for almost 20 years, the band suddenly played a couple of festival gigs earlier this year - at Woodbridge Art and Music Festival and the Shine on Weekender, where they drew such a crowd that the Guardian noted you had “to crane your neck to get a glimpse of Salad”. They will be making their London debut at The Hog on NYE, where you’ll be able to see them without having to do anything to your neck.
 
Joining them are two-time Glastonbury headliners The Woodentops, whose frontman, Rolo McGinty, will round off his current UK tour with a special performance of his new solo show. Their anniversary single, Why Why Why, has just been released by Wall of Sound records.
 
Alongside projections and installations,  Noise of Art’s Ben Osborne will be on DJ duty and you can also expect projections and performers to help give to a warm welcome to 2017.