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Cockington Court Creatives

Cockington Court Creatives is situated at no 16, Sea Change Studios, Cockington Court.

We are a group of artists selected by and working closely with Cockington Court. Our work differs in style and medium but we all share a common theme - the work displayed is inspired by Cockington and the surrounding landscape. 

We all happily demonstrate our craft to members of the public visiting the studios. There is a range of work from ceramics, pewter and printmaking created by the artists which is for sale.

The core Cockington Court Creative members, who staff the studio, are Chrystine Jones, Catherine Rogers and Val Jones. The Coordinators are Marissa Wakefield (Centre Director at Cockington Court) and Chrystine Jones. 

We welcome 3D craft applications to join our group of creatives. Contact Marissa at Cockington Court by email to express your interest. E: Marissa.Wakefield@tda.uk.net

Here's some more information about the creatives:

Chrystine Jones

Chrystine creates an alternative to traditional paintings on canvas. She is fascinated by the way pewter can be given vitality and beauty by the many shapes, textures, and patinas that are possible, using a combination of natural sources; water, air and fire. Some are spontaneous but others are more controlled.

She is inspired by landscapes, natural organic and geometric forms, particularly the beaches near her home. The motion and textures in the sea are most fascinating and it is these that are recreated in her pewter images.

B.A. (Hons) 3D Design

English Riviera UNESCO Geopark Ambassador Artist.

Associate Member The Devon Guild of Craftsmen

 

Catherine Rogers

The inspiration for Cathy's current work is intrinsically linked with the Devon coast and countryside.

Her forms are a collaborative of her love of clay and printmaking. This creative synergy combines traditional making processes and skills with contemporary imagery enhanced by expertly applied colours, tones and glaze quality, she achieves strong yet delightfully subtle pieces.

B.A. (Hons) Ceramics

Val Jones

 Val Jones lives and works overlooking Dartmoor and big skies. 

Primarily a printmaker and painter, her work expresses the extremes of the landscape: light and dark, wild and calm, detail and expanse. 

She aims to evoke the emotional feeling of a landscape rather than a description through her semi-abstract work.  

M.A. Birmingham School of Art