Archive for the ‘Art and Life: so often one and the same’ Category

Exhibition : ‘Le Chéile’ September 24 – November 6, 2011 | Isle of Anglesey. Here are some pictures of the exhibition in Oriel Mon, Llangefni. Yep, that’s one of my screenprints.

British Ceramics Biennial AWARD exhibition The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery AWARD, an exhibition featuring 24 artists shortlisted for the £10,000 Spode Award prize, is one of the flagship exhibitions in of the British Ceramics Biennial. Presented at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, the home of the finest historic and contemporary collections of ceramics […]

Aesthetica Magazine Blog: Opening Tomorrow | International Print Biennale | Various Venues | Newcastle | Until 19 November.

Made in England


Made in England. a really great piece of public art at the Stoke Museum and Art Gallery.The wall mosaic was conceived by artist Emma Biggs, and the use of a website to add to the level of engagement is inspired.

69. Victoria Gowramma: The Lost Princess of Coorg « Ilkley Literature Festival. I really enjoyed this event, also hosted by Alchemy as part of the Ilkley Literature Festival. The fascinating story of the lost princess, Victoria Gowramma, was told by the book’s Indian author, CP Belliappa with musical responses, that perfectly combined Jazz and Indian […]

171. Fragile Stories « Ilkley Literature Festival. I was lucky enough to get to the opening of this exhibition on Tuesday. I particularly enjoyed seeing early work by Lubhna Chowdray, new work by Loretta Braganza, gorgeous work by Anna Lambert and a stunning set of pots by Edmund de Wahl. The Manor House is an […]

just really liked this sign

Origin is the premier craft fair in the UK. Held anually for a week, (22-28 September, 2011) at the Old Smithfield Market, the event is organised by the Crafts Council. It has developed out of the Chelsea Craft Fair and showcases the work of some of the brightest stars and most exciting makers from the […]


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