Goldsmiths’ Fair 2014.
If you have nothing to do next week, or even if you have I still think you should come along to Goldsmiths’ Fair for week one of an amazing show. If you have been before, certainly come again, since this year its got a whole new look! The fair has been re designed and we are all waiting to see what it will be like…
22nd – 28th September (week one of the fair)
I will be on stand 42.
Perspectives: Patrons and Contemporary Objects.
If you didn’t already know, Contemporary Applied Arts, formerly of Percy Street, has moved quarters to a new and exciting building behind the Tate Modern. Housed in a gallery space purpose built by the architects who share the building, CAA has just had it’s opening exhibition. My work is on display there, including a new automata… If you are interested in automata I suggest you go and have a look since I am hoping to develop my work along these lines in the future and you’ll be getting a sneek preview!
21st June – 31st August
89 Southwark Street
I am very pleased to be able to announce that my ‘Destiny’ ring is now on permanent display in the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Jewellery gallery…
If you’ve never been before, and you are a lover of fine jewellery (I can tell…) I highly recommend a visit. An absolute treasure trove of jewels and fine pieces spanning the history of jewellery up to the present day. I am honored to be a part of it, with the kind generosity of the Gestetner family.
Crafts Council purchase…
A big thank you to the Crafts Council for purchasing my set of three ‘Thinking Earrings’ for their collection, these earrings are currently on show in the touring exhibition Added Value.
31st January – 24th March
Added Value, a touring exhibition by the Crafts Council. Launched at Design Junction during London Design festival, next stop, Yorkshire. An exhibition questioning the value of hand made objects in modern society. Including some brilliant and unusual exhibitors spanning a wide range of crafts….and jelly making.
The amazing Light Surgeons came to our studios and spent the day making films of our spaces, resulting in some lovely ethereal interviews.
I am honored to be showing at Aram Gallery‘s first jewellery exhibition, alongside some fabulous names.
It’s well worth a visit, and if you like modern furniture you will be in Heaven.
Thank you to Little Goytre for reviewing the Beautiful Objects exhibition.
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