|Convex, Concave: The Next Exhibition In The Newly Refurbished Joanna Bird Gallery|
| Innovative show of sculpture, ceramics, glass, silver and furniture created by Master Craftsmen
In the garden, which is featured in the May edition of House & Garden the abstract sculptures by James Oughtibridge will be on view, as well as the elemental Moon Jars from Adam Buick. Kew gardeners Tom Freeth, Michal Dvorak and Bradley Gangadeen have all been working hard to get the garden looking its absolute best.
On Monday 30 April (6-7pm) Tom will be joining Joanna in conversation to discuss colour and form in the garden.
The theme of the exhibition, Convex Concave is clearly illustrated in Simon Irvine's design by showing West Meon Pottery with their striking hand-made terracotta pots. Fergus Garrett, head gardener at Great Dixter has carfeully chosen some seasonal favourites which can be spotted in the flower beds.
Juxtaposed with the functional work are pieces by Jennifer Lee, John Ward and Paul Scott whose whimsical ceramic planted pots add humour to the collection.
New to our gallery are the rugs by Alan Oliver who will be giving a talk about making them on Tuesday 24 April at 6pm.
Glass work by Steffen Dam, silver pieces by Angela Cork and Adi Toch add a sense of luxury to our cornucopia of delights.
To highlight the events Rupert Newman has created a dramatic light show for the garden.
This is a show not to be missed!
Richard Batterham, Clive Bowen, Adam Buick, Halima Cassel, Angela Cork, Pippin Drysdale, Steffen Dam, Wouter Dam, Edward Hughes, Jennifer Lee, Hattori Makiko, Nest Furniture, Rupert Newman, Alan Oliver, James Oughtibridge, West Meon Pottery, Suleyman Saba, Paul Scott, Micki Schloessingk, Matt Sherratt and Kaori Tatebayashi, Adi Toch and John Ward
April 13, 2018