After a year of working mainly on commissions, staying in the studio, trying out some new ideas and keeping well away from demonstrations and exhibition openings, 2014 begins with it few changes.
Spring brings a few exhibitions at home and abroad. Firstly to Belgium, the glass museum Glazenhuis are holding an exhibition on UK contemporary art glass from the 6th April – 14th September featuring established and some up and coming UK glass artists and they have kindly asked me to take part. http://www.hetglazenhuis.be/
Much nearer home, I rarely show my work locally I’m sorry to say but there is nowhere more local for me than Duns Castle . Borders Art at Duns Castle will be on for 3 weeks at the beginning of May. I’m looking forward to getting a look inside. I knew there were some well known artists in the area and it will be nice to get a chance to finally meet some of them.
June 2014 I will be revisiting two Scottish galleries I have exhibited at before but not for a while. At the Castle Gallery Inverness I will hope to show some new works in a joint show with printmaker Veta Gorner. At the end of the month I will be showing at the Roger Billcliffe Gallery in Glasgow as part of their Summer collection. I’m happy to be back at both Scottish galleries.
However the biggest change this year is a move of studio, yikes! more to follow!