Come along to the second ‘Made in Kings Heath’ event and join us in a glass of mulled wine and festive treats whilst enjoying a friendly start to this year’s search for unique Christmas gifts.
Local Kings Heath Artists – Melanie Keevil (Ceramics), and Emma Jackson (Silversoles-Felted Textiles) will be sharing their work along side guest exhibitors Sarah Carlton-Gray (Jeweller) and Jane Bradshaw (Textile art), who will be exhibiting their locally produced art for Christmas 2015.
Pop in any time over the weekend;
Saturday 28th November 11am – 5 pm
Sunday 29th November 11am – 4pm
Venue: Silversoles Studio: 129 Hazelhurst Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 6AG
Directions: Silversoles Studio is at the rear of the property. 129 Hazelhurst Road is situated at the Featherstone Road end of Hazelhurst Road, (house woodwork painted blue). Reach the Studio via the garden door on the right handside of the house, following the signs to the rear of the garden to the studio.
Less than three weeks to go until my latest show with Tom Millard, Nigel Priddey, Zoë Taylor and Nik Taylor. Two more glaze firings and then I will need to assemble the panels. So there’s still lots to do. The private view is on Friday 19th June from 6 to 9pm.
My next exhibition will be with Zoë Taylor, Tom Millard, Nigel Priddey and Nik Taylor as part of Warwickshire Open Studios at the Art Barn, The Old Rectory, Preston Bagot, Henley in Arden, Warwickshire B95 5EB. The exhibition will showcase how landscape can inspire a wide range of interpretation.
Just a quick reminder. If you are at a loose end tomorrow (Monday) night. Come down to the Warehouse Cafe in Allison St. Digbeth for lovely food, my latest collection of ceramics and live music from my friends, The Trees ( Carl and Geoff) debuting their new selection of tracks. All for a bargain £5 and you can bring your own booze! Hopefully see you there.
As one show ends, another begins. On the Monday evening of 13th October I am launching an exhibition of my new work at the Warehouse Cafe in Digbeth. It promises to be a great evening with delicious food and great music. The food will be a range of the excellent vegetarian and vegan dishes created by the Cafe’s culinary experts and the music will be provided by the Trees, a sublime combination of folk and country with a tinge of bluegrass. It’s £5 on the door and bring your own tipple so if you want to do something a little more exciting than your average Monday night, get down to Digbeth. If possible let me know in advance if you are definitely coming as this will help the Warehouse Cafe with preparing the right amount of food.
Tomorrow I will be at the RBSA Craft Gallery setting up an exhibition of my latest work. With over sixty ceramic panels to prepare, it will be a late night getting everything finished and organised. As well as showing my work based on aerial views of Birmingham (featured above), I will also be exhibiting a range of new pieces called “Fragments”. The show runs from Monday 1st September to Saturday 11th October at the RBSA, 4 Brook Street, St Paul’s, Birmingham B3 1SA. If you can make it to the show over the next six weeks, it would be great to hear your comments about my new work.