Once again I participated in this fantastic fair, so many beautiful things, I can’t wait for the next one!
Here are a couple of pictures showing my big trees together with artwork by Claire, Pratima, Joe Szabo and me at this lovely exhibition which ends on Sunday. I’m so very pleased about it!
I am sharing the lovely gallery space of Riverhouse Barn with painter Claire Hardwick-Wilson and ceramicist Pratima Kramer for a week this July (3-7th). The garden theme is calling for some special decorations, come and see!
My new exhibition will be opening on 3rd May in Aldershot and it will be on until the end of May.
On 9th February I will be running a workshop in the centre of Tunbridge Wells. The theme? Love of course!
I am very proud to exhibit with the Kent Potters Association and doubly proud that the host gallery – The Beaney in Canterbury – chose my work for the event’s poster.
Had absolutely fantastic day at this fair! Here is a snapshot from 'behind the scenes".
This year I’m taking part in the Surrey Artists’ Open Studios for the first time. My work will be displayed in the Medicine Garden’s Art Shed in Cobham (Downside Road, KT11 3LU). 2-17 June 2018.
I'm taking part in a joint exhibition this April in central Croydon. A mixture of older and new artwork.
I'm sharing a stand this weekend at this big art show. I'm bringing some new stuff, do come if you are nearby!
Some time has passed since my Out There exhibition, here are a few images of the display and Jacques, the glowing jellyfish. There is also a snap from David's concert. And yes, it's me in the background image!
After the private view on 4 November, there will be a concert given by David Le Page playing his own compositions inspired by my images. A very special ocassion indeed!
I'm exhibiting this November, so now I'm trying to finish off all the preparations. Part of the opening will be a very special concert – more news soon!
I had this idea for vases with holes for ages, finally got to fire and glaze (and apply gold leaf on some) them. I still want to attach pebbles and shells to a string threaded through the holes.
And here they are, little flowerpots featuring as divers, dads with glasses, Zorro dogs and other creatures. For more details have a look in the Ceramic section.
Under a tree, sun shining, it's a joy to work on these little flowerpots. Next step – firing.
Really happy about this new layout though it may take a bit of time to finalise it, so please bear with me.