All ready for Life Stills at Lotte Inch Gallery

Hot on the heels of the 20 in 15 exhibition, is Life Stills at Lotte Inch Gallery in the heart of York. The show runs from 16th March to 28th May. I’m especially delighted to be exhibiting alongside studio potters James and Tilla Waters whose work I admire – I drink many cups of tea from one of their beautiful mugs every day. It promises to be a great exhibition of drawing, painting, printmaking and ceramics and a great excuse to visit York very soon. Exhibition information below along with a little taster of the pieces that have been packed and ready for dispatch today…

  
  

Mudge at Mine in March

Just over a year after first meeting photographer (and musician) Bill Mudge at the Frost Fair, the exhibition of his 20 in 15 – The Lives of Artists photography project opened at the Mine Gallery in Carshalton last night. The gallery has been completely changed around in the last week with photographs of the working lives of 20 creative people and organisations on every wall, including many examples of their work – including new works fresh my own kiln this week, a beautiful print by illustrator Alex Foster and an amazing galvanised wire sculpture of a hare from world-renowned sculptor Kendra Haste.  The show runs until March 27th – some photos below. 

And taking centre stage is the phabulous photobook of the project that was created after a successful round of crowdfunding on Kickstarter and launched yesterday at the gallery! The book is now available to buy in the Mine Gallery and also online here: 20 in 15: The Lives of Artists by Bill Mudge. After being the first to back the Kickstarter project, my family is now proud owners of the first two copies of the book and a beautiful enlarged print of my studio (the last image below) that has just gone to the framers today     🙂