This years Rosedale Show, (our village’s agricultural show) has a class in the Crafts tent….. Make a Papier Mache bowl in the style of Gillies Jones.
We will be choosing the winner this year and awarding a glass bowl.
Now in its 5th year, the Rosedale Walking Festival is 24th & 25th June.
There are several themed walks, all led by locals, and this year Kate will be leading a walk on Sunday 25th ‘In Search of Andy Goldsworthy’, leaving the Milburn Arms at 11am to visit the two new art works in the Dale. Booking advisable as numbers on the walk are limited. Full details here – Rosedale Walking Festival
Design – Nation: Marks & Tools is a major showcase exhibition of work by over twenty Design-Nation network members at the OXO Tower Gallery for London Craft Week.
We are delighted to be showing one of our Original Works – Landscape – Cameo engraved Glass alongside some of our opaque studio production bowls, one of which has been kindly used in the poster.
We look forward to the Private view on Thursday 4th may.
Delighted to have had one of our works selected for the British Glass Biennale
Detail, Blown & engraved Landscape Bowl ‘My Patch’ Landscape 2017
The ‘Inspired By’ Gallery, Moors Centre Danby, celebrates 10 years with an opening exhibition group show, including work by
Norman Ackroyd . Len Tabner . Joe Cornish . Gillies Jones . William Tillyer . Peter Hicks . Ian Burke
Bridget Bailey . John Freeman . Emma Stothard . Graeme Atkinson . Linda Brill
Clare Caulfield . Sue Ford . Marin Fowler . Vienna Forrester . Maggie Moore . Ian Scott Massie
Miranda Richmond . Kate Van Suddese . David Watson
3 new landscape inspired bowls will be part of this exhibition.
Our final limited edition design of 2016, Mistletoe. A celebration of Christmas through this richly symbolic evergreen plant.
Stealing kisses beneath a bough is a relatively new tradition associated with Mistletoe. It’s folklore is, in some places dark, however, in Yorkshire it’s been a symbol of living in harmony since Mediaeval times and this element of it’s history seems worthy of note and more relevant than ever.
We enjoyed being part of a fundraising event organised by Durham & Cleveland Members of the Art Fund. We presented a lecture, thanks go to Rosedale’s ‘Coach House’ for hosting the lecture which was followed by opportunity to watch Stephen blow glass in the studio.
The Art Fund has helped two collections purchase our unique works, the Fitzwilliam & Bolton Museum & Art Gallery.