Jane Hogben Terracotta
Jane Hogben has been making decorative terracotta pieces for the home and garden since she left the Central School of Art and Design in 1982.
Her work can be seen in the more exclusive stores and specialist shops in Britain and overseas. All her work is hand made at the pottery in converted farm buildings deep in the Buckinghamshire countryside so each piece is individual and unique. She employs a select team of skilled craftspeople who use traditional, time honoured methods.
Grove House East Common
Terra Cotta, terracotta, Jane Hogben, pottery, Buckinghamshire - Jane Hogben Terracotta
Rosina started exhibiting work in London in the seventies, at the Royal Overseas League and was a member of the Hesketh Hubbard Art Society based at the Mall Galleries. Subsequent prestigious exhibitions have included: The Société des Artistes Français (the Paris Salon)Royal Society of British Artists,Royal Institute of Oil Painters and "Britain's Painters".
132 Roberts Ride Hazlemere
- Rosina Flower
The Saracen's Head
The Saracens Head Inn, situated in Amersham Old Town was built in 1530 at Number 38 Whielden Street, formerly known as Union Street when Amersham Hospital was known as The Workhouse. The pub is steeped in character and was built from timbers removed from old ships. The building surrounds a central courtyard which was originally a travellers coaching inn. The original stables have been converted into two function rooms which overlook a secluded garden and patio / barbeque area.
38 Whielden Street
- The Saracen's Head
The Shenley Hotel
Situated in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire, The Shenley Hotel is a fully licensed freehouse, privately owned and run as a residential hotel by proprietors Andy and Edwina Knight. The friendly atmosphere, and convenient location make it popular with visitors and locals alike. This is reflected in the convivial atmosphere of the traditional pub bar, which is open all day. The hotel welcomes both long and short stay guests, whether staying for work or pleasure.
2-6 Shenley Road Bletchley
- The Shenley Hotel
The Kingfisher Hotel
New Blood Exhibition
'Digesting Art' is a rare collection of New Blood. On show are the new styles, the new trends and the latest graduate Art. The best young tallent from London based artists, designers and photographers. All the work is for sale, from large prints, to smaller photographs, with part of the procedings going to a local charity.
32 Poles Hill