Other Place

Image Credit: Denman & Gould

Kobi & Teal, 57 Catherine Street, Frome, BA11 1DA


Wednesday 05 July 2017 – Sunday 03 September 2017
Opening Hours: 10am - 4.30pm Wednesday - Saturday

Embodying the essence of home, Russell Denman has hand crafted a series of sculptural models that are designed to protect and house through a medium reminiscent of architectural model making. The Shelter series show meticulous attention to detail and exceptional craftsmanship. These sculptural forms are a true testament to the hand crafted.

Eleanor Goulding’s large geometric embroideries form a backdrop to the Shelters depicting hand-stitched meditations on landscape and form. These modern embroideries are meditative statements about time, each meticulously hand stitched using block colour with simple and subtle tone combinations.

With a focus on slow, thoughtful design, and a strong interest in natural materials, Denman & Gould are a design duo whose practice is rooted in the considered and the hand made. The multi-disciplinary studio create individual pieces of crafted objects, furniture, textile design and artwork, selling and exhibiting their work throughout the UK. ‘Other Place’ will however be Denman & Gould’s debut collaborative exhibition in Somerset.

With a mutual background in the Visual Arts, Eleanor and Russell founded Denman & Gould in 2013.  Both individual and collaborative projects are created in their beautiful converted church studio in Dorset.

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