5th May 2021 - Comments Off on New collection at Omved Gardens with Thrown Contemporary

New collection at Omved Gardens with Thrown Contemporary

Stellaria IV

Photo by Graeme Oxby

New ceramics will be on show at OmVed Gardens,
Highgate, London https://www.omvedgardens.com

Organised by the Thrown Contemporary Gallery and the Chelsea Fringe Festival, Growth will celebrate the unseen, creating a place to stop and take a note of the invisible elements within ourselves and nature.

Open from the 15th May - 23rd June 2021.
For more information, contact Claire Pearce:  gallery@throwncontemporary.co.uk

14th September 2020 - Comments Off on Form – A Celebration of British Contemporary Sculpture

Form – A Celebration of British Contemporary Sculpture

Really delighted to have new work in this show:

5th – 20th September 2020

Saul Hay Gallery's first ever show dedicated solely to sculpture includes work by some of the most acclaimed artists working in the UK today.

The exhibition will showcase the huge variety in style, material and technique in contemporary sculpture and among the artists showing will be the acclaimed ceramicist Halima Cassell following her highly successful solo show at Manchester Art Gallery in early 2019 and Tony Heaton OBE.

Featuring Tony Bentley, Halima Cassell, David Cemmick, Jamie Frost, Mark Gibbs, Gareth Griffiths, Tony Heaton, Ollie Holman, Liam Hopkins, Adele Howitt, Jo Risley, Neil Wood

contact the gallery:

Saul Hay Gallery

Railway Cottage

33a Collier St

Castlefield

Manchester

M3 4LZ

info@saulhayfineart.co.uk

t.0161 222 4800

Opening Times during exhibitions

Wednesday - Saturday 10.30am - 6.00pm

Sunday 10.30am - 5.00pm

2nd December 2019 - Comments Off on Take a peek! Interview with The State of The Arts

Take a peek! Interview with The State of The Arts

https://www.thestateofthearts.co.uk/features/fyi-1-adele-howitt-contemporary-ceramicist/

‘FYI’ is The State of the Arts’ new irregular column. In it, we ask artists, writers, authors, curators and other amazing people to tell us a little more about themselves and their work. Short and sweet, it’s the perfect introduction to (your new favourite) local creatives.