31 July 2015

ALISON BRITTON WRITES ABOUT 'THE CUP' FOR CRAFTS MAGAZINE

Alison Britton, Marsden Woo Gallery artist and guest-curator of our current group exhibition Many a Slip: invited artists juggle with the domestic symbol of 'the cup', has written about her fascination with the cup, and personal collection accumulated since her first year as an art student in the Sixties.

This lovely piece of writing is featured in this month's issue of CRAFTS and can also be read online: 
http://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/articles/understanding-a-symbol-of-domesticity

Many a Slip is running until 5 September - we have a grand total of 93 artists, makers, designers and writers taking part, and prices enticingly start at £10! It is not to be missed!

More superb installation images of the show by Philip Sayer below...

Neil Brownsword, Relic (2015) in Many a Slip, image © Philip Sayer

Matthew Raw, The Poisoned Chalice (2015) in Many a Slip, image © Philip Sayer

Hans Stofer, For Dieter (2015) in Many a Slip, image © Philip Sayer

Sara Radstone, Cup with Saucer (2015) in Many a Slip, image © Philip Sayer

James Maskrey, Tea Totem in Many a Slip, image © Philip Sayer


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