Upcoming exhibition:


Curated by: Sarah Myerscough Gallery


An exhibition exploring the profound beauty of imperfection and vulnerability. In particular, the artists are asked to consider this question through their connection to the natural world and its resilience and fragility, while also acknowledging lost links between humanity and nature. By considering beauty as broken, the aesthetic vision, material content and innovative processes involved in these artworks highlight nature’s imperfections; beauty is found through rich character, a knowingness and an honesty regarding the fallibility found in all living things.

We are working on a small forest (we read somewhere that seven trees make a forest) of individual Suspended works as well as an Ice Series bench for this wonderful event which we are proud to be part of.

Working artists so far include:

Max Bainbridge – wood (England)

Adam Buick – ceramic (Wales)

Phoebe Cummings – clay (England)

Jonas Edvard – mycelium (Netherlands)

Egeværk – wood (Denmark)

Luke Fuller – ceramic (England)

Marlène Huissoud – mixed media (France)

Tomáš Libertíny – beeswax (Slovakia)

Ezrez Nevi Pana – salt (Israel)

Nunla O’Donovan – mixed media (Ireland)

Jim Partridge & Adi Toch collaboration – wood & metal (England)

Jane Ponsford – paper (England)

Marc Ricourt – wood (France)

Marcin Rusak – flowers and natural shellac (Poland)

Diana Scherer – root systems (Netherlands)

Julian Watts – wood (USA)

Nic Webb – wood (England)

“Suspended” sculptures in the making + a maquette (scale model) for the Ice Series bench.