• 17/04/2015

    Rachael Clewlow, 133.52 Milles Walked, Map (Explorer306/OL26) in Marylebone Journal

    "I wanted to do something that would reflect the local area" says Newcastle-based artist Rachael Clewlow, reflecting on the premise behind this painting-a beautiful info graphic which uses acrylic and silverpoint to map Middlesborough's old iron ore trade routes. During the 1800s, coal and iron production in the area expanded exponentially, turning what had been a hamlet into a major city at the forefront of the country's rapid industrialisation.

  • 27/03/2015

    Printmaking Today-Charlotte Hodes

    Charlotte Hodes’s work occupies the interface between feminist thought and the history of the decorative arts. Last year, she exhibited a large body of work using paper cut and ceramic techniques to interrogate the seminal 19th-century publication The Grammar of Ornament (1856) by architect and designer Owen Jones5 and investigate the relationship between the female form in painting and the decorative arts. Three paper cuts and three ceramic vases from that series are included in the Good...

  • 07/03/2015

    Kazuhito's work in Elle Deco

  • 26/11/2014

    Patricia Swannell: Legacy - A Reciprocal Tribute

    Legacy; A Reciprocal Tribute

    Patricia Swannell's project at the Woodland Trust at the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Wood, Leicestershire, opened on 26 November 2014.

  • 07/11/2014

    Katherine Jones - showing in the Royal Academy's Keeper's House

    The Royal Academy of Arts have invited Katherine to take part in an exhibition Painter Printmakers which will run for six months beginning on the 29th of October 2014 in the Royal Academy's Keeper's House