Firstly Andrew Tucker's woodworking and intruiging garden, there's something to look at wherever you look. Firstly the table display of useful and unusual wooden things:
From there, I went on to Nicky and Lucy Foakes, exhibiting together for the first time in Goddard Avenue. Lucy has a studio in a building in the garden, and a large kiln in the garage.
I didn't know much about Lucy Foakes' work, but have recently found out more by coincidentally coming across her in 'The New Ceramics Sculpting and Hand Building' by Claire Loder.
Her canopic jars start with an intensive research period focusing on her subject, who often are famous and deceased, for example Amy Winehouse and Elvis Presley, she then sketches relevant parts of their lives for use on the jars. The result is 'an irreverent mix of death, ancient Egypt and present-day celebrity culture'.
Here are some of the canopic jars:
www.lucyfoakes.com where you can also find out about her coke cans which I haven't mentioned.