A specially curated group exhibition for the Chelsea Fringe, presenting twelve artists and makers and their responses to the natural landscape.
Featuring emerging and established names, the show will focus primarily on ceramics alongside a collection of abstract landscape-inspired drawings by recent graduate Samantha Silverton and handmade textile flowers by Isabel Dodd. The exhibition will also include Zulieka Melluish’s botanical-pressed wall plates, Simon Kidd’s wheel-thrown and slip-cast porcelain ceramics incorporating the materials and tools that have created the landscape of his home in Northern Ireland and Andrea Roman’s installation of 100 experimental terracotta vessels.
The exhibition will also feature ikebana arrangements in response to some of the works on display by Aya Tanaka, professional Japanese flower designer and Ikebana professor, who will also be leading a series of workshops throughout the week.
Organised in collaboration with OmVed Gardens, Highgate, for the Chelsea Fringe, the exhibition will also span their converted greenhouse exhibition space, just around the corner from the gallery at 1 Townsend Yard.