Exhibition Dish of the Day at Bluecoat Display Centre

Exhibition continues until Saturday 26th August 2017

This exhibition highlights the contemporary ranges of beautiful handmade functional tableware that is being produced across the UK. A chance to see and purchase our Optic range glasses, jugs and carafes as well as candleholders.

The dining table also include ranges of complementary table linen and utensils in wood and metal with furniture by leading makers.

Clod & Pebble, Emily Doran, Dove Street Pottery, Helen Faulkner, Teresa Green, Miriam Jones, Lindean Mill Glass, Hugh Miller, Marged Owain, Pottery West, Jane Sarre, Charlotte Storrs, Kaori Tatebayashi, Michael Taylor, Christine Toh and Sarah Went.

Bluecoat Display Centre, The Bluecoat, College Lane Entrance
Liverpool L1 3BZ

Webinbjudan E&K

These two talented women have created a beautiful exhibition in homage to Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party. Theirs, The After Party, is an installation for 13 ‘invited guests’, each with their own table setting as sculptural objects made of glass.

The women ‘invited’ by the artists have been their role models and inspirational figures and I am honoured to have a place at the table.

Thank you Evelina and Kristin!


The exhibition is on until 19 August 2017.


WSP winner, 2017 - Sebastian Barry

Congratulations to Sebastian Barry who has won the eighth Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction, for his epic American novel Days Without End.

Sebastian Barry received his £25,000 cheque and a specially-commissioned glass trophy depicting the rolling landscape of Sir Walter Scott’s Border country, from the Prize sponsor the Duke of Buccleuch.

Borders Book Festival, Harmony Garden, St.Mary’s Road, Melrose TD6 9LJ

LMG Glass Panel - Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction 2017

The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction 2017

Walter Scott Prize glass panel

17 June 2017

The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction will be announced by its sponsor, Richard Buccleuch, at the Borders Book Festival on Saturday 17 June.

The 2017 shortlisted authors for the literary prize which includes a commissioned glass panel as well as £25,000 are Jo Baker,
Sebastian Barry, Charlotte Hobson, Hannah Kent, Francis Spufford, Graham Swift and Rose Tremain.

Borders Book Festival, Harmony Garden, St.Mary’s Road, Melrose TD6 9LJ

Glass Glamour 2017

17 – 18 June 2017

The Glass Glamour exhibition curated by Fiaz Elson, is a private show set in a domestic setting in Quenington Old Rectory,  Cirencester at Lucy and David Abel Smith’s home. A group of 22 selected artists will be showing on Saturday 17th June, 6.00pm – 8.00pm, and Sunday 18th June 10.00 am – 12.00 noon.

Colin Reid, Sam Herman, David Reekie, Fiaz Elson, Ròsín De Buitléar, Simon Moore, Max Jacquard, Angela Jarman, James Maskrey, Peter Layton, Louis Thompson, Jade Pinnell, Janet Page, Nancy Sutcliffe, Sally Fawkes, Richard Jackson, Paul Stopler, Faith Mercer, Morag Reekie, Adel Christensen, Stewart Hearn, Annica Sandstrom & David Kaplan.

Sandstrom Kaplan - Candleholders and Wrap Vases

Candleholders and Wrap vases at the Glass Glamour Show

Summer show at the Junction Gallery
Glass panel - New Light

3 June – 29 July 2017

We are exhibiting the glass panel New Light at Junction Art Gallery in Woodstock this summer. Also featuring in the exhibition are paintings by Robert Newton, ceramics by Paul Wearing and Rachel Foxwell and sculpture by Sue Lansbury.

Junction Art Gallery, 43 Oxford Street, Woodstock, Oxon, OX20 1TJ


The doors are now open at Lindean Mill and the glassblowing will start again on Easter Monday.

Monday to Friday 9 – 5pm and weekends by appointment. Please phone 01750 20173

MAKE a celebration of craft

18 February – 23 April 2017

Look out for the Gem Collection at Ruthin Craft Centre’s exhibition MAKE.

A celebration of the work of some fifty applied artists, marking a return of several of your favourite makers along with some new faces. For the past two years Ruthin Craft Centre’s Paul Hamlyn Foundation funded What is Craft? project has looked at many different aspects of Craft and the core fundamental process of making. Examining different ideas and approaches to making, in particular through form, function, materials, and decoration, it has engaged our audience in a creative dialogue. This exhibition articulates aspects of that dialogue and continues the ongoing conversation of what it is to Make.

Ruthin Craft Centre, Park Road, Ruthin, LL15 1BB