<em>Edit Event</em> Craft Matters
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Cox London celebrates the wide spectrum of traditional crafts housed in their London workshops. Among them are forged-iron, cast bronze, lead and silver soldering, mould making, wax working, plaster casting, gilding and hand patination techniques.

Throughout London Craft Week, they...

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<em>Edit Event</em> Ikai Asai at Folk, A table of Inspiration from India
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Showcasing for the first time in the UK, Ikai Asai presents a ‘table of inspiration’ – a selection of handcrafted pieces created in collaboration with artists, artisans and designers from India, celebrating the country’s legacy of craftsmanship.

Ikai means “one” in Punjabi and Asai “wish...

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SCP presents an exhibition of glass work by Jochen Holz. Holz transforms prefabricated glass tubes into one-off glassware pieces using the lampworking technique. Glass is melted over a torch and gently blown, then shaped and fused together, creating a beautiful body of work that is both...

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Helen Slater

Helen Slater makes one-off hand cast and polished glass pieces. Precious and quietly elegant, they suggest feelings and atmospheres of a particular place or setting, captured within the glass - they present an ethereal quality of memories past, landscapes and evocative groups of trees.

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<em>Edit Event</em> Blown, Bound and Bold at Vessel Gallery
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Emerging artist Chris Day makes his debut at Vessel Gallery.

The artist, who worked for more than two decades as a self-employed plumber before discovering glass, has produced a series of highly personal pieces that discuss and investigate the treatment of black people in Britain and...

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Jochen Holz

Jochen Holz was initially trained in the highly technical world of lampworking, which produces glass that is most commonly used for scientific applications.

After studying at the RCA, Holz has developed a meditative working practice in East London, where improvisation and controlled...Read more

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An exhibition at the CAA gallery in Marylebone which highlights current 'Responses to Nature' in the new work of three makers - glass artist Helen Slater, jeweller Laura Ngyou and potter Nick Membery.

 

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