Comfort & Contemplation
So suddenly it’s January 2019 and we speak they’re talking about snow for London. After the rush and sparkle of Christmas is over, January can often seem quite hard, full of grey days and long, dark nights. It’s very tempting to hunker down and hibernate, but sitting by an open fire with a hot chocolate is a great place to review the year just gone and plan for the year ahead.
Last September marked 10 years since I leapt into self-employment and a lot has changed in that time. From selling on a market stall, to hosting a pop-up in Greenwich during the 2012 Olympics to regularly supplying the British Museum.
My work is constantly evolving and it was nice to document the latest phase in a photography session recently for my vessels & silverwares, it’s also nice to revisit some favourites so I’ve added some copper versions to my Tiny Leaves range.
January is also the month of applications, so there’s a degree of uncertainty while I wait to find out which shows I’ll be doing through the year. I do have some booked in already though and you can visit me in Chelsea at Desire in March and new shows East Sussex Art Fair at Goodwood in May and The Quilt and Craft Festival at Lullingstone Castle in July.
As always you can find details of all my shows on the events page. I’ll add the new ones as they are confirmed. Here’s to 2019