I was honoured to be asked to exhibit in London Craft Week this year, and I've made a collection of new works for the show.
The exhibition is curated by the amazing Vigour and Skills, and is taking place in Anthropologie King's Road Gallery, London.
The exhibition runs from 4th -10th October '21, and you can find further details on the LCW website here. There are so many wonderful exhibitions and events going on as part of LCW, you can explore the full programme here. I’ve highlighted and added links for a few below that look amazing and would love to visit.
Kuniko Maeda, Contemporary Applied Arts
Kuniko creates the most beautiful sculptures, the exhibition 'combines the reuse of materials, including paper and leather, Japanese traditional craft techniques and modern digital technology'.
'Outside In', Sarah Myerscough Gallery
''Outside In’ presents exceptional works of crafted art and design by international artist-makers who define their practice through their ethical and emotional decisions to use organic, sustainable materials.'
Crafts Council Presents Maker's Eye: Stories of Craft, Crafts Council Gallery
This is the first exhibition in the new Crafts Council Gallery and celebrates the breath, diversity and qualities of craft.
About Vigour and Skills
Vigour and Skills, the curators of the exhibtion, are a new stockist of my vases and jewellery, and it’s fantastic to be working with them. They focus on 'sustainability, craftsmanship and storytelling', and it's fascinating to explore the stories behind the work we're buying. Each sale from Vigour and Skills also goes towards supporting Amber Foundation, a charity that works to help homeless, unemployed young people from the ages of 16-30 who are in need to move on to a positive independent future. You can find out more about the amazing work Amber do here