Pearl Dot Necklace 2021

oxidised silver, freshwater pearls: 37cm L

 Photography: Shannon Tofts

I look forward to meeting you at:

Stand 64

WEEK 2:  3 October – 8 October

The Worshipful Company of Goldsmith’s
Goldsmith's Hall, Foster Lane
London. EC2V 6BN

Opening Times 

Week Two:  3 October – 8 October

Closed Monday 2 October 


11am- 6.30pm Daily (last entry at 6pm) 

11am – 4.30pm Sundays (last entry at 4pm) 

Limited half-price ticket offer: please book here    

Further information: here



Gloves, 1988/9

oxidised silver

Photography: Shannon Tofts


29th September - 12th November 2023

Guildhall Art Gallery, City of London. EC2V 5AE

In 2022 I was invited to become a freeman of the Gold & Silver Wyre Drawers Guild. This year the guild celebrates it’s 400th anniversary with this very special exhibition at the Guildhall Art Gallery in the City of London.  

I will be exhibiting a pair of oxidised silver Gloves and an oxidised silver & 18ct gold Necklace.

‘Step into the extraordinary world of exquisite craftsmanship and historical significance with the "Treasures of Gold and Silver Wire" exhibition. This awe-inspiring showcase, marking the 400th anniversary of the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers, will mesmerize visitors with a stunning collection of over 200 rare and beautiful items made of gold and silver wire sourced from Royalty, the Arts, Military, Ecclesiastical, and Civil sources as well as stunning modern creations.  Many of these objects, never seen before in public, will be on display, inviting audiences of all ages to embark on a spectacular journey’

Further details here

Book your tickets here

Sequin Necklace 1996
18ct gold:  16.5 cm dia. 

Collection: Worshipful Company of Goldsmith’s

Photography: Ian Atkinson


The Worshipful Company of Goldsmith’s

May 2023- 2024

Goldsmith's Hall, Foster Lane

London. EC2V 6BN


Thoughtfully and beautifully curated by Dr Frances Parton, this exhibition focuses on selected works including drawing/designs from Professor Dorothy Hogg’s archive, including work by her colleagues that she worked with and selected students she taught. Professor Dorothy Hogg MBE (1945-2022) was Head of Department at Edinburgh College of Art between 1985-2007.

As a colleague of Dorothy’s for 18 years I am delighted to have work included from the Goldsmith’s Collection in this celebratory exhibition. 

Exhibition catalogue available.  

As part of the 2023 Talk programme, Dr Frances Parton will be exploring Hogg’s life and work. More details & booking info. here



It is with great pleaseure that I announce my sixth solo exhibition at The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh.

July 29th - August 27th 2022


The Scottish Gallery 

16, Dundas St.