I am very proud that I am not only exhibiting some of my work in this exhibition but that I have also been heavily involved in the organising of this, including the selection and curating process. So please come by and have a look, it is such a diverse range of glass art as well as many different and innovative approached to the the theme of 'clone', you simply can't miss it!
Just Glass at Courtyard Arts – Clone: The Art in Replication
Courtyard Arts Centre, Port Vale, Hertford, SG14 3AA
7 March – 1 April 2017, Tuesday – Saturday 10.00am – 4.00pm, Admission Free
Here is an extract of the Press Release about the Exhibition:
Alison Allum, Phillipa Candy, Anuradha Cook, Rachel Elliott, Lynn Foster, Celia Goodman, Haley Haddow, Su Herbert, Anne Holly, Ingrid Hunter, Tlws Johnson, Ian Kirwan, Jessie Lee, Julie Light, Caitlin Mackesy Davies, Caroline McGuigan, Linda Morley, Wendy Newhofer, Tracy Nicholls, Jacque Pavlosky, Annie Ross, Cathryn Shilling, Angela Thwaites, Deborah Timperley, Mandy Treptow, Joanna Waddy, Myra Wishart
About the Exhibition
February 2017 sees the twentieth anniversary of the cloning of Dolly the Sheep. Just Glass marks this pioneering event with a show focusing on the creative possibilities of replication, duplication and repetition, using glass as the creative medium. Expect to see installations created from multiple forms, objects totally altered by their transformation into glass and subtly varying editions of decorative, functional and abstract glass art.
After extremely successful exhibitions in London and Lyme Regis we have chosen Courtyard Arts as our next venue. The gallery is part of a vibrant arts and crafts scene in the historic market town of Hertford, getting Just Glass into the heart of the community and spreading our reach around the Greater London area.