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Autumn Craft Collection

 The Newashgate Gallery, Farnham  

  16 Aug - 8 Nov 2014


  For more than 50 years, New Ashgate Gallery has    

   been a window into arts and crafts, supporting

   artists and makers. It promotes and champions  

   the best contemporary art and craft and provides  

   an unparalleled resource in Farnham, Surrey and  



   Jo Davies Ceramics has been invited to be part of

   their Autumn Craft Collection from August 2014.






 The National Portrait Gallery

 Trafalgar Square, London


  Jo Davies Ceramics at the new Gallery Shop  






  The exhibition Anarchy and Beauty, William Morris and His Legacy opened this October   

  and Jo Davies Ceramics will be available to view and buy throughout the show in the Gallery    

  Shop.  As a renowned contemporary crafts practitioner Jo Davies has been singled out as an    

  example of William Morris' legacy in contemporary times, a group of her design range, as well  

  as a selection of her one-off pieces, will be available to buy.


  In addition the UK Crafts Council has purchased one of Jo Davies' Mona Vases to offer as a

  prize.  The competition will run throughout the exhibition, please see NPG website and in-  

  gallery information for full details.



 16 October 2014 until 11 January 2015


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 Jo Davies Ceramics at Lustre

 Lakeside Art Centre

 University of Nottingham


  14-16 November

  Friday 6-9pm Sat & Sun 10-5




Each year in November, Lakeside is delighted to host Lustre, a prestigious event in the contemporary craft calendar. Featuring top quality work by selected UK designer/makers, this is a key diary date for anyone interested in discovering unique pieces . It’s the perfect buying opportunity for festive shoppers and serious collectors alike.


During this special weekend at Lakeside you'll find over 65 of the country's finest contemporary craft makers, selling everything from fine jewellery, bags and hats to ceramics, glass and tableware.  Each maker has been specially selected by a panel of experts for the quality and uniqueness of the craft, and each will be on hand to talk to you about the ideas and techniques behind their work.