NEW DESIGNERS 2018 - ONE YEAR ON
Wednesday 27th to Saturday 30th June 2018
Currently setting up for New Designers One Year On, please come and see my new work inspired by the #pinktax. A collection of objects marketed at women for premium prices - luxury glass cast objects with parts gilded in gold leaf - @newdesigners #oneyearin
I’m exhibiting in ‘Part 1’, which is open from Wednesday 27th June to Saturday 30th June.
WILLIAM MORRIS PIN MAKING WORKSHOP AT THE UNIT TWELVE GALLERY
2nd May, 2018
I’m going to be doing another workshop in September at Unit Twelve Gallery in Stafford to celebrate the ‘Is it Useful?’ exhibition that I am exhibiting in.
Come and make your own William Morris Inspired Pin with me - “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful” –William Morris.
IS IT USEFUL?
Saturday 26th April to 1st September 2018
Later this month I will be exhibiting at Unit Twelve Gallery in Stafford. The ‘Is it Useful?’ exhibition showcases a collection of beautifully handcrafted, intellectually conceptual objects. This exhibition playfully reconsiders the objects of our day to day domestic life; each object feels familiar, yet provides a challenge to interpret. Open Thurs-Sat, 10-4pm from 26th April to 1st September 2018.
Co curated by Charlie Birtles and showcasing work by: Victoria Scholes, Tara Squibb, Anne Gibbs, Richard McVetis, Zoe Robertson, Elaine Bolt and Annemarie O’Sullivan - 'Making ground' collaboration, Rosie Deegan, Bethany Stafford, Ellie Birkhead, Katy Gilliam Hull, Kate Haywood and Fran Buxton
NARRATIVE JEWELRY: TALES FROM THE TOOLBOX
16th January, 2018
New Book! - Thank you Mark Fenn for including me in ‘Narrative Jewelry, Tales from the Toolbox’. I’m so proud to be in it, alongside many other wonderful artists and makers. Find me on page 72.
“This book fills in many roles: the sumptuous photographs – over 450 – and large format make it a ‘coffee-table’ book par excellence; each maker has a paragraph about them and the writing makes it useful for educators, curators and collectors; it can be read as a text, used to spark discussion, or just browsed and enjoyed” (Jewellery Focus, October 2017).