Cure 3 Exhibition, Bonhams, London 2020
Introduced to my work by the Cynthia Corbett Gallery, The Young Masters Art Prize at London Art Fair 2020, the curators of Artwise invited me to participate in a fundraising event to find a cure for Parkinson's Disease. The exhibition took place 5-8th September 2020. Each bespoke artwork displayed in a cube is available to buy online from the 8th September 2020.
Title: Island, 2020
Photo and video of cube by Dan Fonanelli
Title: Island, detail, 2020
Media: Bone china
The Young Masters Grand Maylis Ceramics Prize 2019 & London Art Fair 2020
Selected for The Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize, 10th Anniversary in 2019.
Lets Suppose #1 was selected for London Art Fair, Young Masters Prize with the Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London 2020.
Title: Lets Suppose #1
Media: Bone china and pins
Photo: Dewi Tannatt Lloyd
Gweithdy Gallery Commission, 2018
Clay commission in response to the St Fagans collection at the new Gweithdy (Welsh word for workshop) Gallery which opened in October 2018 at St Fagans National Museum of History / National Museum Wales.
Commissions in other disciplines are: Lisa Porch - textiles, Julia Griffiths Jones - metal, Clare Revera - basket weaver, Danny May - sculptor, Carwyn Price - craftsman at National Slate Museum, LLanberis.
The Language of Clay: Still, 2017
Still , a solo exhibition in The Language of Clay first series, with Anna Noel and Micki Schloessingk. A Mission Gallery National Touring initiative curated by Ceri Jones and funded by the Arts Council of Wales.
To read 'The Language of Clay: Still' Catalogue, download here
British Ceramics Biennial Award Exhibition, 2015
Spode, Stoke-on-Trent, UK
26th September - 8th November 2015
Set in the China Hall at the original Spode factory site, the exhibiting artists in Award were: Sam Bakewell, Amy Hughes, Bethan Lloyd Worthington, Ingrid Murphy & Jon Pigott, Aneta Regel, James Rigler, Paul Scott, Mella Shaw, Caroline Tattersall and Andrea Walsh.
Creative Wales Award 2015, Arts Council Of Wales
The award allowed me to take time out to focus on my practice for one year. During this period I travelled to Japan for a three-week research trip and to receive Ikebana lessons at the Ichiyo School of Ikebana, Nekano, Tokyo.