I am delighted to say that a few of my artworks are now on display and available to purchase at Gallery Lulo in Healdsberg, California. (For those of you across the pond).
I am thrilled I will be represented by the One Church Street Gallery at this years Chelsea Flower Show. Three new works will be on display in the Gallery's unique space at the inaugural show.
19th- 23rd of May
I will once again be selling my handcrafted wares at Craft Central's Made in Clerkenwell Summer Show. You will find me in the Gallery at St Johns square this time. I will have a range of Grain and Hairy Boards and Mirrored artworks on show.
DATES: Special Launch Night on Thurs 7th May, 5-8pm (join us for a drink) / Late Night Shopping on Fri 8th May, 12-8pm / Avoid the High Street crowds on Sat 9th & Sun 10th May, 12-5pm
I was delighted to have had the opportunity to work with London based design firm Carden-Cunietti. Having spotted my work at Tent London they commissioned a hand crafted beech screen for a private residency in London. The artwork reached 2m wide x 2.4m high with a smattering of polish steel mirrors. The beech sourced from woodland in Esher, South East London, had been felled as part of sustainable forestry management. The timber choice greatly complimented the oak paneling in the interior of which I am afraid I can't show at this time, the renovation work is not quite complete so I can only show a few sneaky peaks from the studio. Professional shots to follow in due course.
Not sure which piece to choose? Wondering whether the happy couple would prefer a grain board or a hairy one? Then consider a voucher. The studio can send out a voucher set or email a printable document, valid for 6 months, to the value of your choosing. Contact the studio for more information.
I was invited by Sally Taylor to contribute towards the Consensus project. The project features a diverse group of makers, artists, performers and olfactors and will be culminating in a spectacular exhibition at....... in Martha's Vineyard, late August.
Today marks the start of a new project. Working with a local primary school in South Wimbledon I will be creating two new works of art to commemorate the loss of their beautiful Willow Tree. The tree which has resided in the playground for over 50 years and has for many years been the proud emblem of the school sadly had to be pulled down today. For many schools in London space is becoming a premium and with an ever expanding local community the school has no choice but to extend the building to accommodate future pupils. Despite impressive campaigning by the children and parents, an incredibly painful decision had to follow which has ultimately resulted in the tree's demise. Today I was on site as the tree surgeons went to work so I could advise on what parts of the tree to be kept, the artworks created from the wood will be integrated into the new extension in 2015.