• 24/11/2017

    Hole & Corner Recommends: Through the Woods Exhibition

    A new exhibition in London examines trees as a source of inspiration as well as material, through those whose art takes you on a journey ‘through the woods’…

    Nature and creating with natural materials are at the centre of Jaggedart’s current exhibition, fittingly titled Through the Woods. The collective exhibition, featuring the work of six international artists, explores various aspects, interpretations and details of the theme through different mediums such as sculpture, photography...

  • 06/10/2017

    Laura Ellen Bacon: Rooted in Instinct

    Rooted in Instinct at The National Centre for Craft & Design presents specially commissioned work by Woman's Hour Craft Prize finalist and British Sculptor, Laura Ellen Bacon. Familiar and unexpected forms in willow and new works in thatch create a unique sense of connectivity with the architecture of our building, local Lincolnshire landscape and heritage crafts.

    21 Oct 2017 - 14 Jan 2018

  • 17/08/2017

    Kazuhito Takadoi featured in the Marylebone Journal

    "Flourish: A Celebration of Summer"
    Various artists convey the spirit of summer via organic and plantbased work, spanning abstract photography from Sinje Dillenkofer, collagraphs and etchings from Katherine Jones, grass, wood and twig sculptures from Kazuhito Takadoi, and paintings on emptied-out teabags from artist and graphic designer Ruby Silvious.

  • 10/08/2017

    Ricardo Cinalli commissioned by the Worshipful Company of Bakers

    Ricardo Cinalli has just completed an ambitious commission for the Worshipful Company of Bakers, for the Bakers Hall in the City of London:

    London and its Future: Defying God II, 2017. oil on canvas, 250 x 300 cm

  • 06/07/2017

    Charlotte Hodes Solo Exhibition 'Remember Me' featured at Sublime Magazine

    The Solo Exhibition "Remember Me" at Wolverhampton Gallery by artist Charlotte Hodes was featured on Sublime Magazine: The First International Sustainable Lifestyle Magazine

    The full article can be read here: