I will be exhibiting with the Society of Designer Craftsmen on Stand C-E17 at Olympia in January 2017
A solo showing exhibition at Golden Hare Gallery, Ampthill, Bedfordshire
I will be demonstrating in the Main Ceramics Marquee and showing a short film of my studio and pit-firing practice for 4 days in the beautiful grounds of Waterperry House, Waterperry, Near. Wheatley, Oxfordshire OX33 1JZ
The International Contemporary Craft Event
08 – 11 Oct 2015
I will be demonstrating and exhibiting in the Ceramics Marquee at Art in Action, Waterperry, Oxfordshire
The Mall Galleries
The Mall, London SW1 (near Admiralty Arch off Trafalgar Square)
The Society of Designer Craftsmen’s 25th Designer Crafts Exhibition at the Mall Galleries.
Thursday 8th January to Saturday 17th January
Open daily 10am to 5pm Closes at 4pm on Saturday 17th January.
The exhibition will provide visitors with the chance to view, buy, or commission work from exhibitors from a range crafts including textiles, jewellery, furniture, ceramics, metal and glass and mixed media. In addition to the exhibited pieces, a wide selection of designer craft works will be available to buy and take away from the “Shop within the Show”.
I will be showing in the Main Gallery Exhibition and in The Shop within the Show
06.12.2014 — 08.03.2015
JEREMY DELLER BRINGS TOGETHER TWO GIANTS OF 19th & 20th CENTURY ART: WILLIAM MORRIS AND ANDY WARHOL
A major exhibition curated by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller brings together rarely seen works by William Morris and Andy Warhol. Love is Enough will be presented at Modern Art Oxford opening on 6 December 2014.
Love is Enough will examine the prolific careers of these two figures, each of whom developed an artistic practice and a conceptual framework that helped to define the centuries in which they lived.
January 21st- 24th 2015
In collaboration with Modern Art Oxford I will be demonstrating In ‘The Yard’ gallery space, and showing a film of my studio practice. I will also be running ‘hands-on’ workshop sessions, where members of the public can engage with clay to create simple but beautiful objects, reflecting Morris’s ideal that you must ‘Have nothing in your home that you do not know to be useful and believe to be beautiful.’