Herefordshire Art Week prize winners exhibition at Old Mayor's Parlour.
All three winners - me, Rhiannon and Nick have a common theme of working on the body.
Mizuki Takahashi - Contemporary Jewellery Artist
Rhiannon Williams - Contemporary Textiles Artist
Nick Holmes - Contemporary Artist
Please join us for drinks and nibbles to celebrate our opening evening on the 1st September 6.00pm - 8.00pm.
- Exhibition dates -
1st - 30th September
Tuesday - Saturday / 9.30am - 5.00pm
Open daily during h.Art week 9th - 17th September
23 Church Street
Hereford, HR1 2LR
Find us on the cobbled 'Church Street' leading up to Hereford Cathedral.
Enter via John McKellars Jewellery Shop.
This is my first time to get involved in this fantastic art week event in Herefordshire this September.
h.Art is an annual county wide art trail which is an enjoyable, special experience not to be missed, taking you through the stunning Herefordshire landscape. This year 297 artists are showcasing at 101 venues across the county.
Please visit and find my work which will be displayed at two venues:
Old Mayor's Parlour
1st - 30th September
Private View - 1st September
Trumpet Tea Room Gallery & Garden
9th - 17th September
I am going to show my jewellery work as a part of the four artist exhibition 'InProcess' from 3rd to 17th June 2017. All four artists received the DKP Gallery Awards sponsored by De Koffie Pot during the craft fair Hereford Contemporary 2016.
A collective exhibition - 'InProcess'
Four winners of the De Koffie Pot Award from Hereford Contemporary Craft Fair will present sculptural objects, contemporary jewellery, furniture and embroidered adornments.
Emma Mantle is a contemporary artist making sculptural objects and jewellery that slaps you round the face (in a good way).
Ella Sparling is a designer, maker, aesthetic creator - working in a mixture of materials to create contemporary items, with clean lines and a pop of colour.
Harriet Stiles uses traditional hand embroidery methods to create her flamboyant adornments and accessories.
Mizuki Takahashi uses enamel, paper-thin porcelain and traditional jewellery techniques to create contemporary jewellery to sit like a drawing on the body.
Private View - Saturday 3rd June / 17:30 - 19:30
Open daily 4th - 17th June / 9:00 - 18:00
De Koffie Pot Gallery
Bridge St, Hereford
T: 01432 357753
Please follow InProcess exhibition’s Instagram page for more information!
I am very excited to announce that I have been awarded 1st prize in the h.Art Old Mayor's Parlour prize 2017 by The Church Street Charitable Trust!
This is a great opportunity for me to show my jewellery work for the first time in h.Art art week in Herefordshire this September. I am one of three prize winners to exhibit our work together at the Craft Gallery Old Mayor's Parlour, which is located in the heart of Hereford. I'm very excited to show my work with such talented artists: Rhiannon Williams and Nick Holmes in this cosy and beautiful venue!
I graduated from Hereford College of Arts in 2014 and am very pleased to be able to have an exhibition in this city again. Please watch this space for more information coming soon!
Old Mayor's Parlour
23 Church St, Hereford
One exhibition I have been displaying my collection in at Manchester Art Gallery has now extended its display period until 23rd April 2017. You can find my work also in their gallery shop and I've recently sent more new pieces for the shop.
- Modern Japanese Design -
The exhibition, located in the refurbished 19th century former Athenaeum theatre space, includes works from thirty two designers with over one hundred pieces on display. It shows how respect for nature and natural forces and the innovative use of materials and revolutionary techniques have influenced Japanese design. The display also reveals the importance of philosophical and spiritual ideas derived from Buddhism that have influenced the aesthetic and conceptual direction of Japanese design through the approaches of minimalism, deconstruction, and wabi sabi.
- Ceramics -
Yasuko Sakurai / Ikuko Iwamoto / Takeshi Yasuda / Keith Varney / Edmund de Waal / Kaori Tatebayashi / Aki Moriuchi
- Furniture -
Shiro Kuramata / Shin Azumi / Sori Yanagi / Masanori Umeda / Fumio Enomoto
- Fashion -
Rei Kawakubo (Comme des Garcons) / Yoji Yamamoto / Kenzo (Kenzo Takada) / Issey Miyake / Yuki (Gnyuki Torimaru) / Maiko Takeda
- Glass -
Keiko Mukaide / Ayako Tani / George Elliot
- Jewellery -
Mariko Sumioka / Mizuki Takahashi
- Lighting -
Issey Miyake / Toyo Ito / Hiroyuki Murase / Suzusan / Arihiro Miyake / Teruhiro Yanagihawa
- Metalwork -
Takahiro Yede / Hiroshi Suzuki / Junko Mori / Naoki Takeyama / Ryota Nishikata / Alistair McCallum
Monday-Sunday 10am-5pm, including bank holiday Mondays
Late night opening on Thursday until 9pm
Closed Good Friday 14 April
Entry is free
Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley Street, Manchester