Drawing Inspirations Opens

The Drawing Inspirations exhibition is now open, curated by Alex McErlain. Beautiful works on show including pieces by Alice Kettle, Julia Griffith Jones, Elizabeth Turrell and Christie Brown. Runs until 6th November.

Drawing Inspirations

I'm exhibiting work in 'Drawing Inspirations' an 'exciting exhibition that looks at the relationship of drawing to an artists work. Curated by Alex McErlain (17th September - 6th November)

Weave Summer Show

I'm showing work in the Weave Summer Show, Craft in the Bay, Cardiff (July 16th - September 11th)

Ceramic Review - Ten to Watch

Honoured to be included in Ceramic Review's 'Ten to Watch' article, out this month.

National Eisteddfod of Wales

Really delighted to have been selected for this year's National Eisteddfod. I'm showing a couple of pieces including this porcelain and wool piece 'Volta'.

Volta,  Porcelain and Wool, 2014, 170x16x4cm,

Volta,  Porcelain and Wool, 2014, 170x16x4cm,

New Designers - One Year On

I'm currently developing a new body of work which will be showcased during week one of New Designers One Year On, between June 29th - July 2nd.

Ambiente 2016

12th - 16th February 2016

I'm taking part in this year's Ambiente trade fair with the Future Lights Group.  I'll be showing new table-based pieces alongside my usual wall mounted works.

Beam, 2016, 20x20x4cm

Beam, 2016, 20x20x4cm

Made to Measure

20th January 2016 - 9th March 2016

I'm exhibiting work in the 'Made to Measure' exhibition at Lotte Inch Gallery in York.

                              Volta, 170x16x4cm,

                              Volta, 170x16x4cm,

Contemporary Responses to the Art of Tailoring

In it's previous incarnation, 10 Bootham, the home of Lotte Inch Gallery, was a much loved, family-run tailors shop - C.E. Seymour Tailors. Inspired by this heritage and drawing from the tradition of the master tailor, six contemporary artists offer their own interpretation of all that pertains to the term tailoring.

The fabrics, materials and tools used in the creation of a garment are given a new lease of life and a new set of meanings, via the hand of the sculptor, the lens of the camera and the lead of the artist's pencil. 

Showcasing a selection of work from six talented artists working in very different mediums this exhibition will bring a new objectivity to the idea of the tailor and their tools.