I am exhibiting my jewellery at the Curslay and Bong Gallery, in Folkestone - Kent. Here is a copy of their newsletter
February Gallery Newsletter: it's a
Thinking of proposing to your boyfriend this
gallery you will find distinctive rings for men by British designer
makers such as Stephanie Bates, Annika Rutlin, Catherine Marche
& Rebbeca Sarah Black (rings above) prices from £110.
Or you want a unique gift for that special man
in your life?
With artworks by Kate Knight, Michael Sanders & Mike Tedder,
Rings by Simon Harrison Jewellery, Trio cufflinks by The Justified
Sinner, pendants by MYIA Bonner, pocket squares by
Rubyruby, bracelets & ear studs by Annika
Rutlin plus many more: you'll sure to find something to suit all
Nirvana, Lou Reed & latin motto
inspired Pocket Squares, by Rubyruby, £60 each. Silk &
liberty printed cotton. Bespoke hand-stitched quotes
from £70 (ask to see square samples).
"Malleus Maleficarum" Collage by Mike
New in the gallery...
artworks and a stack of new greeting cards
by Kent artist
Jude Kingshott. For those of you who remember her
solo show in the gallery last summer, you will find Autumn Treasure 1
Treasure 2 a departure from her usual feast of bright
colours. You will find exqusite subtlety of colour, tone and
hand-stitching on eco-printed linen, that hover within beautiful light
wooden frames (lovingly made by Wayne Reeves, at 8a The Old High
"Autumn’s Treasure 1" by Jude
Kingshott, £195 Eco printing,
rusting, hand stitching on Linen
Showcases to watch out for...
Made In Kent
Mar - May
Designs and artworks by Kent artists
It's A Fine Line
May - Jul
Artists that feature fine lines in
there art or designs
Aug - Sep
Cursley & Bond's pick of this
years design rising stars
Details of exact dates, artists
and opening nights will be sent out nearer the time.
Changes in the gallery...
When you visit us this month you will find the back half of the gallery
closed for alterations. Nicola is beyond excited as we
are building a bespoke jewellery bench! Which will enable
visitors to see her drilling, milling and other silversmithing
activities whilst they peruse the gallery. Simon Harrison
Jewellery lovers, who would gravitate like moths to the
glittering cabinets at the back, do not fear: his collection has moved
to the front wall cabinet during this time of change.
(The Galaxy and Tudor Rose collections are currently in the window)
We will be
delighted to see you,
with the warmest of wishes,
Nicola & Chris