Photos by Elizabeth Scheder Bieschin – esbphotography.com
Townhouse, 5 Fournier Street, Spitalfields E1 6QE
Sat 21st & Sun 22nd May 2016 | 11am-5pm 45-minute sessions
Members of the public are invited to join myself and Matilda Moreton, making unique floral decorated plates to celebrate the joy of early summer flowers.
Inspired by a collection of 18th century botanical prints hung in the gallery of Townhouse and using flowers and leaves from selected plants, learn how to create impressions in clay and apply colour with decorating slips. As well as using plants, a variety of textured floral fabrics, lace and rubber stamps will be available for use in decoration. Add words with letter stamps.
Read more or buy tickets go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/potting-shed-tickets-24488895947
Extremely popular eclectic sale in West London
Thursday 12th May from 6-9 30pm.
Friday 13th May from 10-6
Saturday 14th May from 10-5
20th Century Theatre, 291 Westbourne Grove off Portabello Road, W112QA
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Its time for new ideas and designs. Experimenting with handle shapes and themes around lines, linear images and transfers. New image designs for Circus Brixton and a series of plates using fern and grass transfers are in the pipe line.
I'll be one of many exhibiting and selling my work at the Primrose Hill Designer Sale. This hugely popular sale is now celebrating it 15th year and is on the 12th December from 10am to 6pm at St Mary the Virgin in Elsworthy Road.
In Anthropologie stores in the USA, UK, online and in the Christmas catalogue . The coffee set that i designed in collaboration with Anthropologie at the beginning of 2015. All the pieces have been hugely 'upsized' in the production process. I designed the originals, small as usual and they have manufactured them in a size to suit their buyers. Quite strange for me to see but more useful for a cup of coffee. Anthropologie have a history of collaboration and promotion for independent makers and designers... which cant be bad.