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Three for the Festive Season

  • By amanda simmons

Three for the Festive Season

I am exhibiting work in three festive exhibitions this year in wonderful galleries alongside galleries that have a stock of my work (see below). 

sky forms, contemporary applied arts, amanda simmons

Present & Collect, CAA, Nov-23 Dec 

Always an inspiring, eclectic mix of amazing applied arts. I have a collection of Skyforms (image above) in the show with some brand new wall and vessel 'bird' work to come. The gallery has a great exhibition schedule every year and is always stocked with new work but I always love their winter show as it's not overtly Christmassy but just a great celebration of contemporary handmade collectables. 

moss platter, london glassblowing, amanda simmons

An Eclectic Christmas, London Glassblowing, Southwark

Pure glass, in many forms, colours and surface finishes. Definitely something for everyone's taste in Contemporary Glass. I have a new paler colour version of Acrotelm series, in pale greys, blues and pinks as well as an Acrotelm large platter (image above).

skyform, messums wiltshire, amanda simmons

Material Light: Glass, Messums Wiltshire,2 December - 4 February 2018

This is my first showing in this exceptional gallery and in fantastic company. An interesting collection of contemporary glassmakers from around the world including Vic BamforthScott BenefieldMr FLOWERheadZ (Hugh Findletar)Laura HartJames LethbridgeAngela PalmerCathryn ShillingAmanda SimmonsAndrea SpencerNeil WilkinEmma Woffendon.

"Messums Wiltshire is a visual arts centre situated in a 13th-century tithe barn in Tisbury that has just celebrated its first year by opening second exhibition space, ‘The Long Gallery’. This is an adjacent refurbished stable room with a long panoramic sweep of a glass window, viewing straight onto the rolling hills of the Fonthill Estate, where Glass will be shown until 4th February 2018." Messum Wiltshire website.

My work is also available in the following galleries.

The Scottish Gallery

Vessel Gallery, London  

Bullseye Projects, Portland, OR     

 

 

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