Published on Saturday, 26 June, 2021
The development of new work culminates in a photography session... This collection of pieces shows our current exploration of nature inspired pattern, texture and repetition. Hand applied and sand carved to acheive layers of depth that envelop and encase the glass forms. Exhibiting at AAF Battersea March 2017
Creating samples of these bespoke Moth to a flame candle votives has been a lovely way to start the year, bringing together pattern, form and scent. They are now ready to be filled with hand poured natural soy aromatherapy candles. We are so pleased to be collaborating with the wonderfully talented Sophia Russell of Hestias Flame. Her stunning candles are formed from 100% Soy wax which is natural and sustainable. The scents are blended from pure essential oils, not synthetic perfumes, so they will be therapeutically beneficial as well as smell wonderful.
Thank you to the Gloucestershire Guild for the chance to create a window display for them.
‘Glimpses of vivid colour and reflection contrast with the natural beauty of nature in this collection of new work by Louise and Colin Hawkins. Glass and steel combine to create elegant drifts of single stem sculptures for planting into garden borders outside. Alongside their new garden sculptures the duo have developed a group of contemporary terrarium inspired pieces’
The window will change on the 12th April.
The Forge is an independently owned art gallery and creative space in the sunny seaside town of Worthing on the south coast of England, just west of Brighton
We are very excited to be selected as one of a few artists to be exhibiting at Siobhan Jones new gallery in Worthing.
The forge gallery combines her working studio along with a fantastic new gallery space.
Please visit her there.
Good luck Siobhan!
This December we were invited to take part in Berry Farms very first Artisan Food and Craft Market www.berryfarmcotswolds.co.uk.
So on a perfect crisp bright December morning in the Cotswolds we happily joined Claire's hand picked group of local talented Artisans including as we all laid out our wares on rustic woodentrestles and bales of straw all beautifully arranged inside the barn.
We took along some of our hand blown glass baubles (these looked stunning sparkling away on oneof Berry Farm’s own Christmas Trees) and one or two special pieces from our hand etched range featuring a bowl in a unique silver leaf fig design, made especially as a centrepiece for our display.