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The Silversmiths’ Art. Examples from the Goldsmiths Modern Collection National Museums of Scotland

The Silversmiths Art

This stunning exhibition, hosted at the National Museum of Scotland, celebrates the exceptional artistry and skill that make Britain a world leader in modern silver. The Silversmith’s Art: Made in Britain Today features over 150 masterpieces from the Goldsmiths’ Company’s collection, made by 66 acclaimed silversmiths between 2000 and 2015.

At the heart of the exhibition is The Goldsmiths’ Company’s role as patron of contemporary studio silver. This guild, situated in the City of London, has supported the craft of gold and silversmithing for more than 700 years. Today it has a world-renowned collection of British silver and commissions exceptional creative work each year.

In this exhibition, see major works by renowned artist silversmiths and examine the techniques and inspirations behind their beautiful designs

“On Display” Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London Design Festival 2014

I will be showing my new work at the Sarah Myerscough gallery london as part on the London Design Festival 2014

Collect 2014

Sarah Myerscough Gallery exhibits internationally renowned contemporary craft and design as well as UK-based painters and photographers at its Mayfair space, established in 1998.

The gallery aims to show work with aesthetic vitality and an emphasis on technical skill.

British Ceramics Biennial

SOFA Chicago












Fundir at the Scottish Gallery Edinburgh

The New Silver, Galerie Ra Amsterdam 15.12.12 – 30.01.13

The forms realized in this presentation of work have come about through my experience of working in a foundry in Bogota, Colombia.

The ferocity and raw power of the casting process is reminiscent of existing forces in nature; tectonic shifts, and volcanic activity. As a result, the concept of the work changes from being merely an object, to being part or element of a significant process.

This change of thinking, stepping back away from the finished object and focusing on the processes that went into it’s realization, is a significant development for me, a departure from existing thinking and a move towards a process led form of investigation.

The New Silver

Robin Bold
Stuart Cairns
Chien-Wei Chang
Maike Dahl
Paul Derrez
Grant McCaig

(out of) Focus

Focus Contemporary Applied Arts London November 2012

During a recent trip to South America I had the opportunity to research large scale metal casting in a foundry in Bogota, Colombia. The processes involved in realizing the final work are compelling and fascinating; the tools, the materials and the transformation of the metal.

Since returning back to London I am continuing the research working with a commercial foundry and exploring the material Iron.

This current body of work is an investigation into the space around the finished object, an exploration of the processes that go into making the “finished” piece.


25 Years of Cebra

UTENSIL – Current approaches to tableware.

The Tree – Galerie Handwerk Munich June 21st – 28th July