Medals and Miniatures at Sladmore Contemporary

Group show by members of BAMS and gallery artists 

Sladmore Contemporary 
32 Bruton Place
London W1J 6NW 

6-21 December 2018 and 7-31 January 2019 
Monday-Thursday 10am - 6pm and Friday 10am-5pm  

curated by Abigail Weir 

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raku fired stoneware and gold leaf

Great Oaks From Little Acorns Grow
stoneware, oxides and gold leaf


Three Dimensions

Peter Randal-Page RA I Danuta Solowiej I Shoko Taruma 

269 Portobello Road 
London W11 1LR

12-28 October 2018 
Thursday-Sunday 12.00 - 6.00pm 

curated by Gosia Lapsa-Malawska 

PV Thursday 11 October 6.30 - 9.00pm


Witnesses: émigré medallists in Britain

Room 69a 
4 October 2018 - 7 April 2019 

Curated by Philip Attwood

Sponsored by Spink 

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to read exhibition review by Richard Moss on Museum Crush website, click here 

image © Gosia Lapsa-Malawska

image © Philip Attwood



Associated Clay Workers Union and Morley College Ceramic Department joint exhibition 
1 - 30 September 
Southwark Cathedral 
Lancelot's Link 

Curated by Diane Eagles

part of Totally Thames festival  

Votive offering performance took place 30 September at midday on Queen's Walk, by the Shakespeare's Globe theatre. 

Can You Hear Me?
from the series Witnesses 
impressions in various clays on slate 

Creation of man from clay prevails in folklore as much as it does in religious beliefs. Starting with this premise I’m gifting to the river these symbolic imprints of us in the hope that all our wrongdoings, whether personal or collective, will be washed away and we can start afresh with a clean slate.

image © Ian Dean

image © Ian Dean

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Shaping the Space

APA exhibition 
25 August - 4 September 2018 
open daily 10am - 9pm
238 - 246 King Street
London W6 0RF

Anima II 
stoneware, oxides and cast bronze 

exhibition poster by Malgorzata Kalinowska



FIDEM Medal Exhibition Celebrating Women 
29 May - 30 June 2018 

photo © Dwilapix Photography

photo © Toshi Yamada

obverse and reverse

The making, remaking, fixing and assembling of this medal is my reflection on Agnes Martin’s life and her journey: artistic, geographic and emotional.  It is made deliberately of low fired clay and it's showing traces of all stages it’s been through, a reflection on fragility and strength, a medal that survived.


60 Years of the Association of Polish Artists in Great Britain

20 May - 1 June 2018 
open daily 10am - 9pm
238 - 246 King Street
London W6 0RF

raku fired clay, white glaze and wood ash

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click here to watch exhibition review by Bo Warto