Delighted to see my new porcelain ‘Forget Me Not’ vases in the window at Vessel Gallery.
Hand built forms with cast flower adornments, transparent glaze and 22 carat gold lustre. Sitting next to a beautiful ‘Glasswing Butterfly’ by Laura Hart.
The prize began in 2013 and focuses on makers and artists who take inspiration from natural forms and organic structures. The Salon will meet late January 2016 to make their selection for 2015.
On Friday 4th December I shall be exhibiting ‘Decadence Revisited’ at the Saatchi Gallery, London, with the Rolls Royce Enthusiast’s Club.
‘Mechanical Methods of Forming’ feature in ‘The Collector’ 26/11/2015
Opening it’s door this week – The British Ceramics Biennial. I will be showcasing new work ‘Mechanical Methods of Forming; 1140,1200,1240’ as part of the feature exhibition in the Great China Hall of the old Spode site.
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I am really excited, to be the first Ceramics and Industry Artist in Residence at the V & A Museum, in collaboration with 1882 Ltd.
The Residency will be based in the purpose-built studio in the Ceramics galleries from April – October. I will be working in response to the museum’s collections, developing designs and prototypes using industrial techniques with 1882 Ltd who are based in Stoke on Trent.
To find out more about my residency and for my Open Studio dates and times check out the V & A’s What’s On Guide. Do come and pay me a visit!
This week I was really excited to design and make some tableware for a friend at the Museum and have it feature on their fantastic social media account ‘Symmetry Breakfast’. Their instagram has nearly 300k followers and features daily pictures of scrumptious and elaborate breakfast dishes made by him for himself and his partner.
The illustrated breakfast plate design is inspired by my residency project looking at 18th century decoration on ceramic vases, with a splashes of gold and they are or course symmetrical.
I am delighted to be featured in Thames & Hudson’s latest offering by the lovely Olivier Dupon, available now.
“An essential compendium, showcasing hundreds of unusual, stylish, whimsical and desirable crafted objects by more than sixty makers. This is the perfect curated resource for discovering unique and beautiful pieces designed and made by talented artisans from around the world.”