Creek Creative
Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Sunday, July 15, 2018
Creek Creative Studios, 1 Abbey Street, Faversham, Kent ,ME13 7BE
South East England
Creek Creative


The Exhibition is on for one week and 5 days at Creek Creative from 10 till 4 pm.

We will have a variety of work on display which is for sale. All 4 of us work with a variety of different materials but mainly in Wood,Ceramics, Textiles and Metal. Here is an introduction into ourselves and our practices.

William Dickinson – Both a Sculptor and Woodturner, the latter being his current focus for this show. Through the use of traditional methods he inlays found materials into wooden vessels. The thoughts behind the process are to demonstrate the aboptive qualities of wood and how it blends into our surrounding domestic enviroments.

Isabel Dickinson – I am a Ceramic and textile artist, working with Earthenware and porcelain. Inspired by organic forms from within the kentish landscape. I produce handbuilt sculptures and thrown work, combined with a mix of bright, colourful and delicate pastel underglazes. Felt, fabrics, beads and embroidery are incorporated into scuptural projects.  This year I look to further explore texture, pattern & illustration.


Kate Dickinson- Although training as a Fashion and Textiles Teacher, I have always admired traditional crafts. I am influenced by my rural surroundings and have always had a mixed media approach mixing soft textiles with the harder materials.  Influenced by our children who have both gone down the creative route, I now find the exciting prospect of having the time to rekindle my creativity with a more experimental approach combining my textile world with metal, wood, ceramics and stone.

Charles Dickinson- My working life has always been to make and repair objects that have a function. After mainly working to commission I now find myself having the opportunity, as an Artist Blacksmith to enjoy the challenge of making objects purely for their aesthetic appearance. Not only using alternative metals, but very much looking forward to experimenting, and presenting a mixed media approach, currently incorporating stone.

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