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‘Methods of Making’ is an exhibition celebrating contemporary furniture. The exhibition examines modern day issues of recycling, waste, economics, architecture, beauty, value and sustainability.
Following on from the success of her inaugural solo exhibition ‘Intimate’ which toured to Velvet da Vinci (San Francisco), Atta Gallery (Bangkok) and Contemporary Applied Arts (London), The Vittoria Street Gallery are delighted to host a new collection of works titled ‘Rationed’ by internationally-renowned jewellery artist, Jo Pond. Stirred by a collection of diaries, bequeathed […]
This playful exhibition takes the idiom ‘cuts the mustard’ as a cue for work that is “successful, and comes up to expectations”, as well as highlighting the best in contemporary craft that celebrates this stunning colour. An exciting group of selected makers are taking part, including madebyhandonline makers Liz Cooksey, Lynsey Walters, Rachel Butlin (pictured), […]
Region: North East
Leeds Craft and Design Centre present their annual exhibition exploring the romance of British Craft. Selected talented British makers come together to showcase their beautiful jewellery, ceramics and works in mixed media, resulting in an array of ideal gifts for Valentine’s and Mother’s Day. This selling exhibition includes work by madebyhandonline maker Karen Howarth.
Members of the North Wales Potters Association have been invited to show their ceramics in ‘A Sense of Place’ – an exhibition that celebrates the strength and diversity of ceramics within North Wales and explores the influence of local landscape on artistic practice. Curated by Alex McErlain on behalf of the Makers Guild Wales.
Curated by Ceri Jones. Mission Gallery is pleased to continue its series of ceramic touring exhibitions. Following the success of part one, The Language of Clay: Part Two comprises three further solo exhibitions of work by three Wales based ceramic artists, each with a dynamically different approach to making. Justine Allison, Ingrid Murphy and Kate Haywood.
Region: South West
A touring exhibition from the Jerwood Visual Arts programme at Jerwood Space, London. Jerwood Makers Open is a biennial opportunity encouraging ambitious and/or radical proposals from UK-based makers and collaborators within 10 years of beginning their practice.
Region: South East
Early evenings with houses all lit up inside, we can peek into other lifestyles, catching glimpses of their treasured objects on the shelf and arrangements on the table. “Through the Window” is a mixed show featuring paintings, sculpture, ceramics and jewellery.
Region: North West
This exhibition explores experiences of mental health and the mind from the perspective of designer-makers and how their personal journeys may shape the development of their works. This could be through events which they have personally encountered or through experiences of teaching, working or living with others effected.
Celebrate nature’s bounty through this varied display of jewellery, ceramics, and textiles. Each item is handmade by a designer-maker who has taken inspiration from the colours, forms, and subjects found throughout flora and fauna.