Monday, 18 November 2013

AND THEN THIS - Roca London Gallery

























A Journey - a new piece that will be shown in...

... AND THEN THIS, at Roca London Gallery near Imperial Wharf, an exhibition of work from recent graduates of the RCA Ceramics & Glass MA. It should be good! There will be new work, as well as some pieces from the summer's RCA Degree Show, (so if you missed that, here's another opportunity).
It's open from 28th November - 19th December.

Station Court,
Townmead Road, London, SW6 2PY
+44 (0) 20 7610 9503
info.londongallery@roca.net
www.rocalondongallery.com
www.facebook.com/RocaLondonGallery

Friday, 8 November 2013

Ferozkoh: Tradition and Continuity in Afghan Art

Ferozkoh: Tradition and Continuity in Afghan Art is an exhibition of works created by students and teachers from the Turquoise Mountain Institute in Kabul. Each piece was inspired by an object from the collection of the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar, and these historic objects are also on display. The show is open from 15th November - 23rd February 2014 at Leighton House Museum in Holland Park - please come and see it!

Please see the flyer below for the exhibition and accompanying events programme which starts on 22nd November with an evening of Afghan music and singing with the incredible Afghan father and son tabla players Ustad Asif and Yusuf Mahmoud and their band. All the events are free and bookings can be made through our website: http://leightonhouse.eventbrite.co.uk/

Thursday, 7 November 2013

Remembering the Mountains

If you'd like to read a little bit about this piece, 'Remembering the Mountains', you can have a look here, at the Art Circus.
photograph by Sylvain Deleu

Monday, 4 November 2013

3 Dimensional Life Drawing!


My friend and fellow RCA graduate Rosanna Martin and i are offering workshops in 3 Dimensional Life Drawing.
Please see the info on the poster, and feel free to get in touch for any further information.

Studio

These are some pictures of our little studio, where i've been working for the last month. I'm getting more installed, bit by bit.
It's in a big old factory, right next to New Cross Gate.

As you can see, it's most suitable for small-scale work. Soon i'll also be working at the new Turning Earth studio, where there'll be more space, and access to larger kilns and wheels and things. I'll also be teaching an Introductory Ceramics class there, starting on 12 November.