To complete the suite of works made for the “Conversations with magic stones” exhibition here are the last of the glass axes in their respective boxes. Each box has been restored, relined and had bespoke linings made for each axe inside. They form part of “The Collectors Axes” now showing in the Orkney Museum at […]
More from “The Collectors Axes” now on their way to Orkney to be put on display in The Orkney Museum as part of the “Working Stone” project. The bronze axe is titled “Axe in a Box” and the red axe is titled “Dorothy’s Ruby Axe”
This work forms part of “The Collectors Axes” it is housed in a vintage wooden box made from mahogany. The box has the name of ‘Mathiesons of Edinburgh’ printed on the inside of the lid. Mathieson was a tool makers, specialising in plane and edge tools, established in 1792, they had workshops in both Edinburgh […]
NEW Glass boat settings are coming along and should be finished soon.
Hand blown glass installation – East Lothian Coast – 2014
Two standing stone works in the Gallery TEN Edinburgh Festival exhibition GLASS 2015. Have a look at the Exhibition catalogue online at the following link – GLASS 2015
Just completed a new set of standing stones for the COLLECT show. Four glass standing stones on a stone base. This and other works going to COLLECT 2015 with Gallery TEN at the start of MAY.
I am very pleased to be taking part in this years Crafts Council COLLECT 2015 exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London. I will be on the Gallery TEN stand number 7.5 taking place from 08 May to the 11 May. For more information see the Crafts Council official site. You can also see details […]
New solo show at the Ryedale Folk Museum in Hutton-le-Hole is now open. The exhibition titled “A Hidden Landscape” runs till the 21st of July. This is the first time I have shown both print and glass works alongside each other in this way and I am pleased with the results. They both seem to […]
Just finishing off these two new pieces for the Ryedale show. A pair of Stone Circle pieces that go together and the completed Dolmen.