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]

Emily-Kriste Wilcox at GGC Summer Show

Ceramicist Emily-Kriste Wilcox will be participating in this annual exhibition with other members from the Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen. 31st July – 30th August 2010 Painswick Centre, Painswick, Glos, GL6 6QQ – and also at the gallery show during August “Sculptural Crafts” 1st – 31st August 2010 Guild Gallery, Painswick, Glos, GL6 6QQ Directions and more information r ...[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: enquiries@106studio.com/ 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]

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]

Serena Partridge: New Work at Ryedale Gallery

The Gallery at Ryedale Folk Museum shows new work by Serena Partridge from Saturday 26 June to Sunday 8 August. Serena makes fantastical miniature pieces of attire inspired by a passion for European costume dating back some six hundred years. These tiny pieces form an imagined costume collection which creates a decadent foil to the rural exhibits of the Ryedale Folk Museum. Serena’s particular int ...[Read More]

Michael Cooper @ Pangolin

Through the medium of stone and bronze Michael Cooper has created a powerful body of sculptures; a jungle of animals so full of character and movement it would hard not to be captivated by their enchanting presence. Oxfordshire based artist, Michael Cooper, is a master of stone carving. His technique means that mass and gravity are ever present in the animals he depicts. Indeed the essential chara ...[Read More]


Light Dreams features the work of two London-based artists, Neda Dana-Haeri and Virginia Waterhouse, who both use watercolour to create abstract evocations of light, cultural memory and the sublime. In her stark, deceptively simple paintings, Neda Dana-Haeri is inspired by Persian poetry and Sufi philosophy, exploring concepts of cultural memory. London-born artist Virginia Waterhouse finds much o ...[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]

Lund Gallery Summer Show

Celia Smith – Wire Sculptures Chris Lewis – Wood-fired Pots. Wire sculptures by Celia Smith make a welcome return to the Lund Gallery this month with a much anticipated second solo exhibition of her work. Celia draws inspiration from a multitude of birds, from guinea fowl, geese and chickens to moorhens, ducks, rooks and pheasants, for her popular wire sculptures. This is also a rare c ...[Read More]

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