BBC Woman’s Hour, the Crafts Council and the V&A unveil a new craft prize that will be judged by experts in the craft field, with twelve finalists exhibiting their work at the V&A in Autumn 2017 as well as in a planned touring exhibition of the shortlisted work. An overall winner will be chosen from the twelve […]
It’s that time of year again and even though I’m not taking part this year, I’m still helping out behind the scenes with the website and promotion of the event. Round The Hound is taking place on the 12th November this year – so save the date!
I noticed this product on Instagram a while ago and instantly wanted one – it’s a flat pack lightbox that is designed to be used with your mobile phone to take images perfect for instagram and to use for product shots etc.
CFOS is happening in two weeks time – yikes! It’s my first time doing CFOS since it was re-set up last year and I’ll be opening my studio to the public for a whole weekend. Come and say hello!
I was recently approached by Deborah Blakeley and interviewed for the online Australian magazine Zone One Arts. Their mission is to showcase the range of contemporary arts and crafts happening in Australia and the rest of the world.
Recently I was approached by the style and fashion magazine, House of Coco, to talk about my work. They’ve just published the article on their blog this month, so if you want to get a little insight into Milomade, read on…
They keep falling… Today I’m quite excited to launch a new product – my copper cloud decorations. These came about through a challenge I set myself recently – to make something from the scrap metal on my bench.
For nearly three decades, John Bisbee has welded and forged 12-inch spikes under the mantra, “Only nails, always different.”
Used, Found, Worn, Significant. These are the titles given to collections of paintings by Rachel Ross. I was introduced to her work by a friend last year.
I love the work of Michael Mapes who creates intricate and detailed portraits by dissecting thousands of photographs of an individual and taking the tiny fragments and pinning them in place like biological specimens.