Richard Baxter and the Leigh Art Trail

Richard Baxter is showing new work in the Leigh Art Trail. He writes: “Richard Baxter will be selling work from his latest porcelain kiln firings. Refined forms and stunning glazes, not to be missed. Sheila Appleton is showing colourful, vigorous oil paintings, watercolours and acrylics and telling stories to entertain and inspire you. We are […]

c4m members update

Ceramics by Richard Baxter can be seen at the Contemporary Designer-Makers Fair this weekend at Highgate Literary and Scientific Institute. The Private View is on Friday 25th May, 6.00 – 8.30pm (no ticket needed). This is an inspirational selling show of work by designer-makers, at the border of art and craft. Up to 20 exhibitors, working with as wide […]

Richard Baxter: ‘Hoard’

Having been involved in the Leigh Art Trail, Richard Baxter is now exhibiting in Artside 2011. Baxter’s work entitled Hoard at the Southend Museum involves a spherical goldfish bowl filled with water and several dry but unfired pots relating to the timeline of the history of pottery making. These pots are facsimiles of ones on show in […]

Safety Helmets Must Be Worn

Richard Baxter is taking part in the exhibevent Safety Helmets Must Be Worn at Artistsmeet. Safety Helmets Must Be Work explores how sketchbooks inform and develop creativity and practice by exploring the construction of a sketchbook through the metaphor of building and construction work via the channelling of tunnels, laying foundations and embedding of networks. Artists Books, sketchbooks, […]

c4m artist’s update (8)

Colin Burns and Viki Isherwood-Metzler belong to a group of artists called ClubUrban who are holding an exhibition of paintings on the theme of Genesis from Monday 8th -Saturday 13th November. There is a particular invite to the Thursday evening exhibition event (11th November) when there will be artists talks and live music – including Colin […]