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Water and Music CGS Pyramid Gallery Exhibition

The next exhibition I have work in is at Pyramid Gallery in York, in conjunction with the Contemporary Glass Society.  27 British and International Glass Artists are showing work on the theme 'Water and Music', inspired by the 300th year anniversary of Handel's Water Music.
http://www.pyramidgallery.com/water-music-glass-inspired-by-handels-water-music/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Pyramid+Gallery+newsletter+-+Handel%27s+...&utm_source=YMLP&utm_term=


Exhibition at the Belfry Arts Centre 31 July to 12 August

From Friday 31st July to Wednesday 12th August I have an exhibition - Migration - journeys in glass and new media' at the Belfry Arts Centre in Overstrand, Norfolk
http://www.belfryarts.co.uk/2015-programme/

   

Ripples Exhibition, Pyramid Gallery, York

There is still time to see the Ripples exhibition of studio glass inspired by nature at the Pyramid Gallery in York. It is open daily 10-5, Sundays 12.30-4.30, until 5th May. http://www.pyramidgallery.com/ripples-exhibition-studio-glass-inspired-nature/

Artworks 15th Annual show at Blackthorpe Barns

This week is the last chance to see the annual Artworks exhibition at Blackthorpe Barns near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.  An opportunity to see a wide range of professional work by 30 East Anglian contemporary artists set in a spectacular fifteenth century barn.  All sculpture, paintings and prints for sale.  There is also a shop with smaller art pieces, unframed prints etc and a cafe. http://www.artworksinfo.org.uk Artworks invitation with images of artwork



































Fantastic Light/Summer Show at Gallery in the Garden

Some images from the Preview of the Summer Exhibition at the Gallery in the Garden, Essex, where I am exhibiting nine works, including the interactive projection 'Mirror'.
http://galleryinthegarden.co.uk/exhibitions.html

 

The Cut Solo Show
















Glass artist and lecturer Angela Thwaites reviewed my solo show last month  at the Cut, Halesworth - Here is a link for anyone who would like to read it http://www.cgs.org.uk/noticeboard/liz-waugh-mcmanus-solo-show-review-angela-thwaites

Nine of the works from the exhibition were selected for the Summer Show at Gallery in the Garden in Essex.  Very exciting to show alongside paintings by Sir Howard Hodgkin, Carel Weight, John Nash and Michael Rothenstein.

Solo exhibition at the Malt Room Gallery, the Cut, Halesworth in Suffolk

I have a solo exhibition in the Malt Room Gallery in the Cut Arts Centre, Halesworth, Suffolk from 6th to 31 May.

Coburg Glass Prize exhibition

As a nominee for the Coburg Glass Prize 2014, I travelled to the opening and presentations in Bavaria in April.  As well as seeing the exhibition of nominated works, which is amazing, it was a great opportunity to meet up with the other artists, many from Britain. The exhibition is spread across several galleries in the Veste Coburg (a castle overlooking the town) and the European Museum of Modern Glass in nearby Rodental.  The exhibition goes on till 14th September 2014 and comprises 170 works of art by 150 international artists from 26 nations.

Glass exhibition at the Bank in Eye, Suffolk

Three Exhibitions on this May (2014):

I have pieces in the Glass exhibition at the Bank in Eye, Suffolk:

Glass exhibition at Craftco, Southwold 30 Nov 2013 to 20 Jan 2014

I am exhibiting at Craftco in Southwold, Suffolk, until 20th January with other artists working in Glass - glassblower Meg McGregor, lampworker Felicity Withers and engraver Lesley Pyke.

http://www.craftco.co.uk/exhibitions1.html




Coburg trip




We had a great trip to Bavaria at the end of November dropping off artwork for the Coburg Glass Prize exhibition next year.  We had a quick look round at the Modern Glass Museum which will be one of the venues for the exhibition beginning April '14.  The museum is quite new, but already has a fantastic range of work, which I'm looking forward to looking at more closely next year.  The exhibition will be split between the Glass Museum and the Veste, a castle with a museum and art programme which overlooks the town.



Coburg Glass Prize exhibition

Exciting news - Just heard one of my installations has been selected for the prestigious Coburg Prize for Glass Exhibition in Germany next year!
See:
http://www.kunstsammlungen-coburg.de/en/europaeisches-glasmuseum-glaspreis-2014.php

My exhibition in Galerie DaCosta in St Jean Pied de Port in the Pyrenees.

Getting ready for exhibition with my sister Ursula Kit Price-Moss this month at a gallery in the Pyrenees www.facebook.com/itzalaktiboa

We all had a good time at the first session of the Introduction to Fused Glass course I am running in my studio this month.  I will be running a similar course after Christmas and there are still places on the Introduction to Cast Glass course in November (see Tuition section for details).

Here is a link to an interview I recently did about my life and work on BBC Radio Suffolk for the Lesley Dolphin show.  It is illustrated with still images related to the conversation. 

Yesterday I sat for John Glover's 'Capturing a likeness' portrait demo at the Artworks annual exibition at Blackthorpe Barn near Bury St Edmunds.

 















Next Sunday, 23rd September 2012, I will be opening my studio to the public as part of the local Waveney Springs Art Trail. (Click here for details).  Visitors will be able to see artwork and find out about the processes which go into making it.

We're in the second week now of the Artworks annual group show held in Blackthorpe Barns, near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.  I have four sculptures and a glass and video installation, Sisters, in the exhibition alongside painting, sculpture and prints by 29 other artists from East Anglia.

Family Tree, my installation on show at the British Glass Biennale at the Ruskin Centre, Stourbridge  (previously shown in the CGS's Glass Games: a desire, a dream, a vision at Redchurch Street Gallery). Inside a vintage dome, three dolls perch in a tree in place of the original taxidermy exhibit. Behind them plays video comprising 1930s film originally taken by my grandmother layered with my animation of the glass and original dolls.  The piece explores the way we try to make sense of our roots by piecing together family history, and tells the story of a family's journey from childhood in India, to growing up in Scotland and adulthood in England, where a new journey begins with the next generation.

Some pics from the private view of the British Glass Biennale and following day, showing some of the range of pieces.

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