Feb 26, 2015
We have moved to a wonderful new studio in North West London, just by Hampstead Heath!
To visit us please do email to make an appointment or call +44 (0) 203 283 8776
We are at: Studio 15 The Mews, Spectrum House, 32-34 Gordon House Rd, London, NW5 1LP
Feb 13, 2015
We are delighted and honoured to have been featured in a fabulous book by Ellen Bakker
called Textileart. It is bursting with wonderful textile art of all kinds from all over the world
and is a joy to read.
I particularly liked the doll-like sculptures by American artist Jennifer Gould, the crochet jewellery
by German Lana Bragina and Australian fashion designer Catherine O'Leary's striking dresses.
The intense colours in the quilts by Swiss artist Maryline Collioud-Robert appealed to me and
the gorgeous chunky knits of Xenia Kigaeva look so cosy for the winter. Jenine Shereos makes
beautiful delicate leaf skeletons made of hair!
This beautiful and inspiring book is available here.
There are over 100 artists, which are your favourites?
Dec 4, 2014
As well as ceramics, jewellery and furniture (and our own After Matisse rug!) works by
Emily Cole (Suffolk Pink Bird Box, above) and Adam King (Seduction and Abandon, below)
particularly caught my eye.
The show is part of a weekend of winter festivities on the Haggerston Riviera in Islington
including choirs by candlelight and markets. Catch it while you can! After the weekend the
gallery will be open by appointment until 13 January.
It's proving to be a colourful winter!
Nov 24, 2014
A new exhibition has opened at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
in New York and I can't wait to see it!
Called Madame Cezanne, it features twenty four of the twenty nine
known portraits by Paul Cezanne of Hortense Fiquet. She was his lover for
many years and bore him a son before they were married. He left her later
in life to move back home to his mother and sisters. But she was above all
his muse, and most painted model. The paintings, drawings and watercolours
in the exhibition cover a period of over twenty years of his career.
Oct 16, 2014
So much to see in London now
Yesterday saw the opening of another spectacular exhibition in London:
Rembrandt: The Late Works at the National Gallery. I can't wait to see this very
moving collection of exquisite pieces gathered from around the world in collaboration with the
Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. On until 18 January 2015. See a video introduction.
And you still have time to catch Frieze, the biggest contemporary art fair in London (in
Regents Park to Saturday 18 October). Featuring over 160 galleries, this is not to be missed.
Download the guide, or book tickets.
During Frieze, to mark the opening of Phillips new auction house at 30 Berkeley Square there is
an exhibition A Very Short History of Contemporary Sculpture. It features works by
Louise Bourgeois, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons and Ai Weiwei.