The Saatchi Gallery, February 2017
The Emerging and The Established
Christie's, London, January 2017
Black to White and Back Again - A CGS Exhibition in partnership with London Glassblowing
London Glassblowing, September 2016
Contemporary Glass society members were challenged to strip away all colour and work in monotones in response to this unusual brief.
Over 160 CGS members from across the world took up the challenge and made some extraordinary submissions. The selection process was extremely challenging and it took hours of discussion before 55 artists were chosen for the show. Exhibitors are predominantly from Britain, but also Canada, Estonia, France, Ireland, Israel, New Zealand, Spain. it will be truly an international show.
Zwieseler Glastage - “A Blue Ribboned“ Celebration of Glass art
Zwiesel, Germany, August 2016
The Zwieseler Glastage are possibly one of the worlds most prestigious displays of artistic talent in glass.
Recollections - London Glassblowing's 40th Anniversary Exhibition
London Glassblowing, May 2016
Established By Peter Layton in 1976, London Glassblowing is celebrating its 40th anniversary. As part of the special year of celebrations we are proud to be presenting Recollections - our stand-out summer show. In art, as in life, we may all experience a missed opportunity, that avenue yet to be fully explored. With this in mind, and in the spirit of evolution, we have challenged our resident artists to revisit creations from their rich history; to go beyond previous explorations and develop new and inspiring works that look towards the future.
Nancy Victor Gallery, London, August 2015
Contemporary London based artists Rushka Gray and Laura Mckinley come together to unveil new work in, A Slant Of Light. The exhibition brings two starkly different mediums of Glass and Print on paper in the same space to explore the similar themes within the Artists work.
The Saatchi Gallery, May 2015.
London Glassblowing, February 2015
Rising Stars of Studio Glass - hosted at London Glassblowing:This exhibition show cased the work of five young artists who, having discovered glass, are all currently dedicating their working lives to exploring the versatility of this extraordinary material - each in his or her own way. They are all immersed in researching and discovering the aesthetic qualities that best express their ideas and each of them is a highly ambitious, driven and dedicated student of the medium.
London Glassblowing, September 2014
An exhibition inspired by the Venetian Island of Murano. London Glassblowing present contemporary interpretations of classic Italian techniques by modern master glassblowers.
London Glassblowing, May 2014
To coincide with COLLECT London Glassblowing hold a fringe show in the gallery.
Zwiesel, Germany, August 2013
European talent advancement award for glass artists.
International Festival of Glass - Glass Afloat
Bodenham Arboretum, Stourbridge, August 2012.
London Glassblowing, March 2012
Special Event Peter Layton’s London Glass Blowing Studio and Gallery, London.
Glass Haus VI Exhibition
Parndon Mill, Harlow, September 2011
Fresh Air Sculpture Show
Quenington, Gloucestershire, June 2011
Exhibition and sale of an outdoor stainless steel and blown glass sculpture.
Glass Haus V Exhibition
Parndon Mill, Harlow, September 2010
Designer Crafts Exhibition at The Mall Galleries
Society of Designer Craftsmen, The Mall, London, January 2009
Class of 2008 Exhibition – Fresh Ideas in Craft and Design
The Hub Centre for Craft and Design, Lincoln, September 2008
Glass Haus III Exhibition
Parndon Mill, Harlow, September 2008
New Designers Exhibition
The Design Centre, Islington, London, July 2008
Degree Show Buckinghamshire New University
High Wycombe Campus, June 2008.
Buckinghamshire Ambassadors Business Awards
High Wycombe, April 2006
Designed and made nine glass trophies which were then presented at the Buckinghamshire Ambassadors Awards ceremony to small businesses in the area.