Beautiful Bowls: Gilles Jones Glass

From Mon 26 July until Sunday 22 August 11am-3pm North Yorkshire glassmakers Gillies Jones invite you to discover the drama of their craft when they open up their rural studio, in the village of Rosedale on the North Yorkshire Moors. Enjoy an exhibition of glass ‘The Beautiful Bowl’ at the Gillies Jones Studio which explores their signature piece with new patterns and colours inspired by the eleme ...[Read More]

BLAST! 2010

BLAST! 2010 Cohesion Glass Network – Annual selling exhibition September 9 – November 6, 2010 Zest Gallery is hosting BLAST! – the Cohesion Glass Networkʼs annual selling exhibition, for the second year running. This exciting collaboration will showcase some of the best British contemporary glass art, featuring sculptural and wall mounted work selected from Cohesionʼs talented members, ...[Read More]

Suupa Pupa Doompadee Dah!

Studio 106 Art Gallery Dates: July 8th – 24th Private view: Wednesday 7th of July 6.30pm to 8.30pm Contact: 020 73855618 In partnership with UCA, Studio 106 Art Gallery has selected works by recent graduates from their final exhibition at UCA, a show that represents the culmination of the year’s study on the Foundation Programme. At an extremely important stage in the stud ...[Read More]

Tony Sinden Exhibition

Picture This presents the exhibition Tony Sinden: early works as a starting point from which to appraise the practice of an artist who was key to developments in both artists’ film, expanded cinema and – critically – site specific and large scale multimedia installations. Exhibition open 03 July – 07 August 2010 Thursday – Saturday, 12-5.30pm free Tony Sinden is increasingly considered ...[Read More]

60l40 Starting Point Series 2010

A textile artist, a furniture maker and a potter are the latest artists to showcase new work at Siobhan Davies Studios this summer.Linda Florence, David Gates and Chris Keenan are creating work which explores the relationship between the Studios’ activities and their own practice. This is the second in the Starting point series at Siobhan Davies Studios, devised by 60|40, a crafts collective which ...[Read More]

Nothing is Forever

Fiona Banner, Robert Barry, Ernst Caramelle, Brian Chalkley, Sam Dargan, Dustin Ericksen, Craig Fisher, Penny McCarthy, Paul Morrison, Henna Nadeem, Dan Perjovschi, Sam Porritt, Yinka Shonibare MBE, David Shrigley, Gary Simmonds, Lily van der Stokker, Milly Thompson, Mark Titchner, Lawrence Weiner, Gary Woodley Nothing is Forever celebrates the completion of the SLG’s £2 million building project, ...[Read More]

Fallis in Wonderland

Fallis In Wonderland5 May – 3 July 10 Inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classic fantasy, “Alice in Wonderland,” Fallis uses humour and absurd distortion to draw our attention to the issues that trouble her – mass consumerism, scientific distortion and environmental destruction: “When we consider our planet and its entire species we really are living in a wonderland,&# ...[Read More]


Zest Gallery announces the opening of Natural Selection, a major solo exhibition of work by glass artist Tolly Nason. Tolly developed her skills under some of the most influential and eminent glass artists in Sweden and the United States. Her inspiration and passion lies within natural subjects and the theme of evolution. She travels extensively and does meticulous research so that her work is not ...[Read More]

The Crystal Palace (Destroyed)

Sovay Berriman, Melanie Counsell, Heather & Ivan Morison, Mike Ricketts, Roy Voss 3 July – 7 August 2010 Preview: 2 July 2010 A crystal palace. A fortress of solitude. A mythical place of majesty and retreat. Destroyed. A (science) fiction of sorts, of sculpture and images, of a broken utopia refracted through fragments – autonomous artifacts that together weave a suggested archeology. Of the ...[Read More]

North Yorkshire Open Studios 2010

The North Yorkshire Open Studios event is the perfect opportunity to discover the diversity of contemporary artists and craftspeople who have decided to make this beautiful region their home, with over 120 artists’ studios to visit across the county. Much of the adventure lies in tracking down the studios using the helpful maps and guides which are available free from the organisers, or online at ...[Read More]

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