My most recent solo exhibition was held this Autumn at Galerie de l'Ancienne Poste, Toucy, France .
The exhibition showed 30 x new pieces including new forms and surfaces.
On Foot, curated by Jonathan Anderson, broiught contemporary artists into dialogue with iconic works of modern British art. Anderson’s own fashion designs for JW Anderson and LOEWE inhabit the spaces as viewers and bystanders to the works. Pieces from recent seasons have been chosen for the way in which they transform the body and give it sculptural potential. The exhibition unfolds like a walk through London, embracing the stark contrasts and unlikely juxtapositions that even a short journey through the city offers up.
Exhibiting Artists: Igshaan Adams, Frank Auerbach, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Hans Coper, Shawanda Corbett, Sara Flynn, Lucian Freud, Anthea Hamilton, Barbara Hepworth, Akiko Hirai, David Hockney, Leon Kossoff, Stanislava Kovalcikova, Florian Krewer, Doron Langberg, Jennifer Lee, L. S. Lowry, Henry Moore, Cedric Morris, Dame Magdalene Odundo, Walter Sickert, William Turnbull and Christopher Wood.
On Foot will be free and open to the public at 17 St George Street from 18 September until 28 October 2023.
I am delighted to have been one of 21 artists to have shown works with Erskine Hall & Coe as part of their 'Small Works, Great Artists' Exhibition. April 2023.
2023. With many, many thanks to Erskine Hall & Coe and The Derek Williams Trust we can announce that this installation of mine has been acquired by the Derek Williams Trust, and in future will go on display at the Amguedddfa Cymru - National Museum of Wales.
Image courtesy of Erskine Hall & Coe ; photographer Stuart Burford
Solo Exhibition of new works at Erskine Hall & Coe, June 2022...Click here to see the Installation Images of the exhibition
Shown at Wexford County Council
Making and Momentum : In Conversation with Eileen Gray, at E.1027
curated by Richard Malone
An exhibition to celebrate the completed refurbishment of Gray's modernist masterpiece, after 7 years of refurbishment.
I am really grateful to Emma Crichton Miller for her review in The Design Edit magazine of my most recent London exhibition in Erskine Hall & Coe. It's been so difficult for people to travel to see work 'in the flesh', this take on the pots is all the more appreciated.
Sasama is a beautiful place in rural Japan. The ethos behind the residency is that the participants experience real life in a rural village and I can vouch for the fact that it was a hugely enriching experience.
The residency was followed by my participation in the International Ceramic Festival which takes place every 2 years...details via the link below..
The Ulster Museum in Belfast have added these 2 pieces to their permanent collection. The works will be on display in the Museum later in 2019. Purchased through and with the support of Erskine Hall & Coe in London.
It is my pleasure to have been awarded the opportunity to work on three International residencies...