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  • Red Top
    2015
    26 x 26 x 2.5 cm.cm
    painting on paper, framed under glass

    price on request

  • Traces
    2015
    24 x 25 x 2.5
    painting on paper, framed under glass

    price on request

  • Timepiece 4
    2015
    110.5 x 104.2 x 4.5cm
    painting on paper, framed under glass

    price on request

  • Timepiece 6
    2015
    122 x 114 x 4.5cm
    painting on paper, framed under glass

    price on request

  • Overtime
    2016
    120.5 x 104.2 x 4.5cm painting on canvas (unframed)

    price on request

  • Discomfort
    2016
    painted brass

    sold

  • Moony
    2016
    painted brass

    sold

  • Nosey
    2016
    painted brass

    sold

  • Loopy
    2016
    painted brass

    sold

  • Rivetting
    2016
    painted brass

    sold

  • List
    2012
    mixed media on canvas

    sold

  • Loopy
    2014
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Discomfort
    2014
    ceramic

    sold

  • Riveted
    2014
    ceramic

    sold

  • Yellow
    2012
    mixed media on canvas

    sold

  • Scratches I
    2012
    drypoint, edition of 12

    price on request

  • Pipelines
    2009-10
    ceramic and wood

    sold

  • Partings: Yellow Over Black
    2008
    paint on canvas

    price on request

  • Partings: Thin Blue
    2008
    paint and graphite on canvas

    sold

  • Baa, installation view, exhibition produced by Alida Sayer
    2011
    mixed media

    photo © Philip Sayer

  • Drawn Left
    2012
    mixed media

    sold

  • Pink Begin
    2012
    mixed media

    sold
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Bryan Illsley

The diverse practice of Bryan Illsley, born 1937, includes; painting, sculpture, book manufacture, design, print and jewellery making. Before studying at Kingston School of Art, he served an apprenticeship to a monumental stonemason. He was based in St Ives from the early 1960s until his return to London in1986. In St Ives, alongside his own studio practice, he worked for the Leach Pottery before forming a partnership with Breon O’Casey making jewellery. Public collections that hold examples of his work include the Arts Council, Crafts Council, Contemporary Arts Society, Victoria & Albert Museum, Kettles Yard, Cambridge and the Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto.


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