Interiors at Handmade in Britain 13
This year, covetable interior pieces for your home represent both innovation and tradition, showcasing stunning variety in style, form and function.
This year, indulge in something utterly distinctive, from reclaimed industrial lighting and furniture from Offkut to bold, contemporary colour from glass artist Aline Johnson, delicate and energetic ceramics from Ali Tomlin and striking textures in the metalwork of Stuart Jenkins.
More covetable interior pieces for your home include Annabel Perrin’s energetic textiles inspired by British architecture to the friendly faces and playful colour to be found in the work of ceramic artist Namiko Murakoshi and the complex organic textures in colossal pieces from Alex McCarthy.
Ceramics at Handmade in
Britain 13 will showcase an exciting variety of ceramics from selected based makers,
and features newcomers and established artists exhibiting work for purchase or
Discover a wealth of style and influence - from the energy and colour in jazz, blues and swing inspired vessels and wall pieces from Ingrid Saag and Welsh landscapes depicted in the porcelain forms of Richard Heeley. Consider the tense, provocative narratives in Gin Durham’s toy-like figures and the colourful stories to be explored in the work of Michaela Gall, and smile in the company of Victoria Atkinson’s joyful, quirky sculpture.
Celebrating both innovation and tradition, the show presents stunning variety in process, form and function.
A full list of our exhibitors can be on our website: