Outdoor Range lanched
Having, like many, spent so much more time in my garden than usual during the pandemic restrictions, I am thrilled to say that a new range of glass has evolved for outdoor spaces!
Some 'off the shelf' garden glass will be available, but I am also working with individuals and garden designers on bespoke garden sculpture.
If you are a garden designer and would like to discuss potential collaborations, then please get in touch!
I just got word that the Riverhill Himalayan Gardens in Sevenoaks have confirmed that their annual Bluebell Festival is back on! After being cancelled last April due to covid, this is exciting news!
I will be displaying a collection of flora and fauna related work throughout the festival and I can't wait! More details to follow...
All classes postponed
Unfortunately due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all classes scheduled have been postponed until further notice.
Until such times as I can run the classes safely and in accordance with government guidelines and good practice, I am unable to offer classes in my home studio.
As soon as things change, I will be doing a happy dance!
New Installation at Dragon Co-working, Rochester
It's always exciting to get a new commission, but this one is extra special as Dragon Co-working space is somewhere I go once a month to do a bit of admin and connect with other small businesses.
It's a fantastic creative space and the owner, Roland Stanley decided that as he was investing in a whole new area, he wanted something inspiring and creative in the main corridor leading to the co-working spaces.
So now he has a 5 part iridised glass dragon's tail, mounted on aluminium sheet, and leading the way to the entrance!
I couldn't be more thrilled with the outcome of this installation and the theme "The whole is greater than the sum of its parts", certainly sums up the ethos of those working at Dragon Co-working!
A first... designing Awards trophies!
Last year I had a fabulous commission to design and make the awards for the Print Solutions Awards held in November at the Café de Paris in London. Working with my client from Earth Island Publishing, I put together a set of 17 trophies that stood together as one large installation of totems, but were all individual and a piece of art in their own right. It was great to get the feedback that everyone loved their totems and that my clients were thrilled with how I'd captured the essence of their theme, which was 'film noir'.
If you have an awards event coming up and would like bespoke awards for your winners, then just get in touch to discuss - I'd love to do more of this work.