With heartfelt thanks to the artists, collectors and general art supporters who put their time and faith into us, Andrew and I announce the official closure of Leg of Mutton. Thank you all for sharing in our very own dining-room art gallery.
Welcome to 2018 at Leg of Mutton! This year, we’ll be open for just one event, and what a superb event it promises to be: the brand-new Marches Makers Festival, featuring work by 70 makers in 11 locations in Kington. We’ll present the fruits of our ceramics labour over the past 18 months. Monuments to fallen leaves, celestial dreamboats and other delights for the eye and soul await.
5, 6 and 7 May 2018
10 AM–4 PM
Fri 4 May, 6–8 PM
Andrew Eastwood, Honesty Vase
Shannon Donovan, Hazel Sarcophagus
If you can’t make it to LoM during Marches Makers, there will be two more chances to see our work this year. I’ll be exhibiting at Ceramic Wales in Wrexham from 13-15 July. Then, for h.Art, Andrew is participating in a group exhibition at the Old Police Station in Kington, 8-16 September. As for me, I’m honoured to be one of the winners of the h.Art Old Mayor’s Parlour Prize and will be exhibiting there, along with two other artists, during September.
Finally, we’ll send a separate message regarding the General Data Protection Regulations and how these affect your subscription to news about Leg of Mutton. In the meantime, please don’t ever hesitate to get in touch with us. Looking forward to seeing you all!
Fire + Earth continues for one more week at Aardvark Books. Sales have been healthy, but there’s still much wonderful work on display to admire. We hope the following photos will entice you.
For the final installment of an image a day from Fire + Earth, we offer you some majestic majolica by Royal Academician Stephen Cox. Stephen’s explorations in the medium came about owing to his interest in the three treatises of Cipriano Piccolpasso on renaissance lead glaze pottery. These works have never been exhibited before, and we’re exceptionally honoured to present them.
Fire + Earth will be on view at Aardvark Books, Brampton Bryan SY7 0DH, from 8-23 April.
Fire + Earth exhibitor Garry Jones uses anthropomorphised animals in much of his sculpture, infusing them with both humour and intensity. The work in the image below has a more totem-like feel.