Artists Caroline Broadhead and Maisie Broadhead are mother and daughter have come together to collaborated for an exhibition at Manchester Art gallery called ReFrame. The exhibition presents new works in response to historic paintings of women by famous male artists who are represented in Manchester Art Gallery’s collections, including Lord Frederic Leighton and John William Waterhouse.
Maisie was nominated by fellow Lin Cheung for The Arts Foundation 25th Year Anniversary Awards
Over the past 25 years The Arts Foundation has provided £10,000 awards for creative practice across the full range of art forms. The awards are given to creative practitioners at a crucial point in their development, providing funds, recognition and encouragement when they are needed the most. Responses from our fellows show that this precious gift of time, at the right moment, has often been pivotal in a career.
To mark this Anniversary we have asked all past recipients of the fellowships to nominate a creative talent for the 2018 Awards.
Reportrait - A Group exhibition at the Nottingham Castle, Museum & Art Gallery
13 contemporary artists explore different modes and interpretations of portraiture, each with a link to the past, through painting, jewellery, photography, installation, video and digital art.
Philip Gurrey, Maisie Broadhead, Glenn Brown, Sasha Bowles, Paul Stephenson, Matthieu Leger, Annie Kevans, Antony Micallef, Jasleen Kaur, Samin Ahmadzadeh, Julie Cockburn, James E Smith and Jake Wood-Evans
27 May to 10 September 2017
Private Viewing: Friday 26 May 2017, 6-8pm.
Work from the Pearls series will be included in the Must-sees — Jewellery in the Arts exhibition at the Schmuck Museum Pforzheim May 21 through September 10, 2017
New work is currently part of a group exhibition at Gallery SO called CHAIN.
A series of interlinking loops joined together, the chain belies the simplicity of its construction through complex associations. This group exhibition of gallery artists and invited international artists looks into narratives surrounding the chain, its symbolism and construction.
I am happy to say I will be presenting new work as part of the Open Spaces - Mind Maps exhibition at the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden in March this year. This is an exhibition of contemporary art jewellery and features 30 artists from around the world, with 160 works on display.
I will be part of A Sense of Jewellery at the Goldsmiths Centre, London. A Sense of Jewellery brings together outstanding examples of modern jewellery by forty artists and designers made in Britain over the past forty years. Opening at the Goldsmiths’ Centre in Clerkenwell, London, as part of the London Design Festival, the exhibition sets out to rediscover British jewellery design and celebrates the quality of design thinking and material innovation which has emerged from independent studios in this period.