Design Exhibition Scotland  | Lyon & Turnbull                                28th June – 2nd July 2019  I am thrilled to present a section of ‘The Tiled Corridor’ at Design Exhibition Scotland 2019, curated by Susanna Beaumont. “Design Exhibition Scotland celebrates exceptional objects for the everyday. A pioneering […]

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Influences Of The East – The Bowes Museum June 22nd – September 15th 2019 ‘Influences Of The East’ brings together new and existing studio work with historic pieces from the oriental ceramic collection of The Bowes Museum, curated by Howard Coutts For the exhibition I have created a new group of works that respond to examples of Clobber Ware. […]

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I will be presenting a collection of pieces from the Grammar of Ornament – India series in A Sense of the Familiar curated by Cavaliero Finn for Dulwich Festival  ‘For this year’s Dulwich Festival Artist Open House exhibition, Cavaliero Finn will be presenting ‘A Sense Of The Familiar’ a curated show featuring a series of […]

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I am delighted to be presenting a new collection of pieces from the Grammar of Ornament – India series at Collect 2019 with Cavalliero Finn. Collect 2019 runs from February 28th to March 3rd at The Saatchi Gallery.  For details on available work please contact www.cavalierofinn.com To purchase tickets for Collect visit www.craftscouncil.co.uk   Photography […]

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The Tiled Corridor is an Edinburgh Lothian Health Foundation commission for The Royal Edinburgh Hospital, an NHS hospital specialising in mental health. I have designed and created the work in collaboration with the wonderful tile manufactures Craven Dunnill Jackfield. The concept for the commission recalls a golden era in decorative tile use, responding to historical research […]

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I am pleased to Sir Nicholas & Judith Goodison have recently acquired ‘Gathering Places | Grammar of Ornament – India iii (small)’ for the permanent collection of the The Fitzwilliam Museum. This work will join ‘Tall Double Curves I’ purchased in 2004.   Photography by Shannon Tofts

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