We’re excited to exhibit over three floors about 500 works of 26 artists: Anna Silverton, Anne Athena, Carolyn Tripp, Cressida Collins, Dana Lazarus-Cass, Daria Coleridge, Emilie Coste, Fred Gwatkin, Gregory Tingay, Helen Johannessen, Henrietta Caledon, Ian Thompson, Ikuko Iwamoto, Jaejun… Read More »House of Pots has returned to Chelsea
Thank you so much to the clients who joined us at this terrific exhibition in Chelsea and especially to the fantastic artists who exhibited: Anne Athena, Dana Lazarus-Cass, Daria Coleridge, Elin Hughes, Fred Gwatkin, Ian Thompson, Isabelle Nothombe, James Pegg,… Read More »HOUSE OF POTS 2021
“House of Pots” is a contemporary ceramics exhibition in Chelsea, London displayed in a listed Queen Anne townhouse circa 1711. A group of established and emerging makers will be showing works in a domestic interior. The works are mainly functional… Read More »HOUSE OF POTS OCTOBER 2021
WITH DEMONSTRATIONS AND TALKS Preston is currently turning the spotlight on 3D clay printing where some talented artists are blending digital technology and their artistic craft skills to stretch what can be done with clay to create some truly mind-boggling… Read More »3D CLAY PRINTING SPOTLIGHTED IN LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL 2021
Founded in 2004 by the Crafts Council, Collect has established itself as the preeminent art fair for contemporary craft and design. I’ve worked with the Collect VIP programme to host virtual tours with a stunning group of specialist international galleries,… Read More »COLLECT 2021, the International Art Fair
3D clay printing is a phenomenal new art form that is stretching what artists are able to do with clay. London benefits from artists who are at the cutting edge of creating the works and necessary technology. Preston Fitzgerald, contemporary… Read More »LONDON CRAFT WEEK 3-D Clay Printing Demonstration & Talk 3-4 Oct 2020
Clay Today is the first all-ceramics online exhibition curated by me for The Cynthia Corbett Gallery in association with The Young Masters Art Prize featured on Artsy. The exhibition has eighteen international artists working in all mediums of clay, earthenware,… Read More »CLAY TODAY July-Aug 2020
Lincolnshire’s historic Doddington Hall is hosting a Summer of Ceramics, opening in July with exhibitions of contemporary art presented alongside its extraordinary ceramics collection gathered over 300 years. There will be new displays and tours, talks and demonstrations from leading artists, makers and ceramics experts.
DODDINGTON HALL TO HOST ITS FIRST EVER CERAMICS SHOW
This July Lincolnshire’s Doddington Hall will be building on its 400-year history and opening a new chapter with the unveiling of its first ever Ceramics Exhibition.
Lucille Lewin’s work is the result of research into the origins of 18th Century European porcelain, and the alchemists who invented it. The work references the Victorian Cabinet of Curiosities, and the early microscopic photographs of the natural world by Karl Blosfeldt.
The shortlist for the Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize is announced. Ten ceramic artists from across the globe will compete for this coveted prize, which is a strand of the Young Masters Art Prize, an international award that celebrates… Read More »Young Masters Ceramics Prize 2017
Preston Fitzgerald, collector of art and antiques, owns a beautiful home from which he has let students from the RCA’s ceramics and glass course stage a sale. The RCA students approached Fitzgerald and his partner Cedric Smith with the idea of exhibiting work in a private home.
A favorite potter I visit in France each summer — 80 years old working in slipware in a very rural setting in a garden of iris and prickly pear cactus.
Graduate Exhibition at the Dyson Building in Battersea.