An exciting programme of exhibitions, talks, workshops, demonstrations and SITselect’s renowned one day conference – Crafting the Future: Technology and the Handmade.
Friday 23 October – Sunday 25 October
'drawing with paper, cloth and thread' – 2 day workshop
Saturday 24 October / Sunday 25 October
April 24 – May 3 2015
Friday April 24th: 3pm to 7pm
Saturday April 25th: Opening and Artists Reception: 12pm to 6pm
Sunday April 26th – Sunday May 3rd: 10am to 5pm or by appointment
276, Ridgefield Road
16 – 19 April 2015
ONE CHURCH STREET GALLERY
STAND 27, CHELSEA TOWN HALL
One Church Street Gallery Presents innovative and intriguing contemporary art to the discerning buyer showing carefully selected artists at art fairs, collaborative ventures and within the gallery space.
Chelsea Old Town Hall is on Kings Rd, opposite Sydney Street, SW3 5EE
One Church Street Gallery, Great Missenden, HP16 0AX T: 01494 863344
My work appears in the new issue of online magazine, 'Inspirational', which aims to project aspects of the creative arts through the work of artists from backgrounds in textiles, ceramics, glass, mixed media, 3D, fine art painting, basketry, land art, printmaking, illustration, and more.
Installations of new work in 'Pinpoint II', an exhibition which includes five artists who work with the construction or application of cloth and thread.
The gallery curators have always held an interest in the delicate space that artists navigate between fine craft and fine art. By incorporating a diversity of textile material, technique or process these works seek to cross the boundaries of artistic practice.
6 − 28 February 2015
Private View – 5 February 6.30pm
One Church Street Gallery, Great Missenden, HP16 0AX T: 01494 863344
I will have work displayed at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea this week, with Columbia Street Gallery on stand K3.
Late View – 5.30 − 9.30pm Thursday 23 October 2014
Public Opening Times –
Thursday 23 October: 11am – 5.30pm
Friday 24 – Sunday 26 October: 11am – 6pm
SATURDAY 05 APRIL – SUNDAY 18 MAY 2014
Walford Mill Crafts
Stone Lane, Wimborne
Dorset BH21 1NL
WALFORD MILL CRAFTS – A CONTEMPORARY CRAFT VENUE IN WIMBOURNE SHOWCASING LOCAL AND NATIONAL MAKERS
Explore how creative practitioners can combine their mediums to develop new and innovative results. It will focus on makers who have embraced the ideas of experimentation and sharing of knowledge in new collaborative ways and the evolution of making skills when collaborating. Exhibition curated by Caroline Parrott.
FRIDAY 06 – SUNDAY 08 JUNE 2014
Mill Marsh Park
The Contemporary Craft Festival was founded in 2003 and is a non-profit making company who celebrated its 10th year in 2013. It has grown from 4,000 to 8,000 visitors since it started and has become one of the most prestigious and highly acclaimed craft events in the UK.
TUESDAY 06 – SUNDAY 11 MAY 2014
33 – 35 St John's Square
London EC1M 4DS
Tuesday – Saturday: 10.30am – 6pm (Thursday – until 8pm)
Sunday: 10.30 – 4pm
By appointment please call 07966 658 343
FRIDAY 7TH MARCH – SUNDAY 20TH APRIL 2014
I will be exhibiting at Architecture'elles, a showcase of work by artists from several countries across Europe, from Friday 7th March to Sunday 20th April 2014.
Collégiale St Pierre La Cour
Rue des Fossés Saint Pierre
72100 Le Mans
FRIDAY 24TH JANUARY – TUESDAY 28TH JANUARY 2014
I will be exhibiting for the second time at 'Maison&Objet' in Paris, from Friday 24th to Tuesday 28th January 2014. My solo stand is within the 'Craft L'Espace Metiers D'Art', Hall 5A, Stand J43.
There will be nearly 160 artists exhibiting, from glassblowers, metalworkers, mosaic makers, jewelers and potters as well as textiles.
SATURDAY 12TH OCTOBER – SATURDAY 9TH NOVEMBER 2013
Contemporary miniature works that express a sustained conversation with materials, is the focus of a new exhibition, Pinpoint, by fine art gallery 'One Church Street', opening on 12th October 2013.
The gallery has been particularly keen to focus on the delicate space that artists navigate between fine craft and fine art. By incorporating a diversity of textile material, technique or process these works seek to cross the boundaries of artistic practice.
Open: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays or by appointment 11am – 4pm
Tuesday 8th – Monday 14th October 2013
Leading UK contemporary crafts organisation ‘Design Factory’, and ‘Creative Twinning’, a Nottingham based organisation set up to facilitate the exchange of sustainable and creative ideas between designers in the UK and beyond, have initiated an exciting new collaborative project.
Selected makers have been invited to showcase their work to buyers and galleries in New York at the 'Textile Arts Center' in Manhattan, and to participate in a ‘Global Craft Conversation’ with American artists at Parsons New College for Design.
Textile Arts Center
26, West 8 Street,
New York NY, 10011
Weekend Workshop at Hawkwood College, Stroud
Saturday 26th – Sunday 27th October 2013, 10.00am – 5.00pm
with an introductory talk on Friday evening
Be inspired and enjoy a tactile journey of discovery experimenting with surface, colour, line and composition through markmaking, collage and stitch.
The sessions will offer possibilities for all levels with opportunities for individual exploration, alongside supportive mentoring and shared inspiration. Activities are designed to encourage participants to observe detail, challenge usual approaches, and be aware of their creative responses; developing the confidence to take risks with their ideas and nurture their own artistic voice.
For full venue and booking details please visit
Thursday 19th September – Saturday 9th November 2013
Where the interaction of the artist is recorded on the surface, we discover the Maker’s Mark. A multi disciplinary exhibition of work from Helen Parrott, Dawn Harris, Louise Jannetta, Maggie Ayres, Paul Matostic, Bridget McVey, Gizella K Warburton, and a new collaboration from Gavin Darby & Phil Jones.
The Beetroot Tree
South Street, Draycott
A new exhibition of objects and artworks created in response to the 'regenerated' hosiery building, Makers Yard, in Leicester's cultural quarter.
Now home to a number of creative studio spaces, the fabric and history of the building has inspired different responses from members of 'Ornamentum', a group of Leicester-based professional contemporary craft practitioners.
82-86 Rutland Street
Wednesday 15th – Sunday 25th May 2013
Monday – Saturday: 12noon – 5pm
MAKERS is the only contemporary design craft exhibition in the North that is dedicated to the highest quality items for interiors. It is welcomed by design-orientated thinkers who will now be able to access design of the highest calibre on their own turf.
Imaginative Furniture, Glassware, Ceramics, Metalwork, Soft furnishings, Lighting and Wall Installations that embody an uncompromising quest for beauty as well as function for your own place or your clients space.
A chance to see, buy, collect or commission the highest quality interiors products from skilled craftspeople creating unique innovations made to a level that few other countries can replicate.
Also, experience a large collection of contemporary fine furniture, the latest work by members of the Northern Contemporary Furniture Makers, professional designer-makers, all based in the North, who aim to support each other and celebrate the excellence of 21st Century design.
Tuesday 14th May, 5.30pm – 8.00pm
113-115 Portland Street
Manchester M1 6DW
0161 237 5525