James Dodds is an East Anglian artist whose practice centers on painting, linocut and relief carving and is inspired by boats and boat building. After being apprenticed as a shipwright in Maldon, Essex, he studied at Colchester School of Art, Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art. His work follows the coastal variations of the simple workboat. Born in Essex, he now lives and works in Wivenhoe producing paintings, prints and Jardine Press books.

Richard Phethean is a potter who makes thrown, altered and assembled vessels in coarse-textured terra cotta with brushed slips and resist techniques. his current work combines references to ancient pottery, European slipware traditions and early twentieth century abstract painting.

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