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Lovers. Lights. Gallery. Twickenham

Five lighting designers who bring ‘light to life’ step into the spotlight for the Spring show at the Lovers Lights Gallery in Twickenham, including recycled glass chandelier maker Janis Haves for an exhibition of specialist hand made lighting.

 Where:Lovers Lights Gallery64 The Green

Twickenham

TW2 5AG

When:

Saturday 9th February – Sunday 5th May

(Wednesday – Sunday 10am-5pm)

How much:

Free

The show titled ‘Illuminated’ highlights the work of Ray Mallaney who creates architecturally inspired carved and pierced porcelain lamps, Hannah Nunn works in parchment, hand or laser cutting her nature inspired designs into the lamps, Chrissy Silver’s work is also inspired by natural, using casts of bark and firing plants in her porcelain lamps and stained glass artist Jose Heasman who creates truly stunning vibrant spring flower lanterns that contain up to 200 pieces of glass. With hand made lights that range from contemporary calm to a kaleidoscope of colour.

The show also features seven exciting new jewellery designers, several of whom work in recycled materials.  Conceptual tea pot art, weaving, landscape textiles and print makers, fused glass art, metalwork and ceramics.

From the end of March, the gallery will also be showing a selection of gorgeous wooden boxes by Simon Jewell, that show a distinctive balance of strong geometric lines and softer curves, often fashioned with intricate veneer inlays. Whether you’re looking for a special gift, a special piece for your home or lighting that is quite simply out of the ordinary, The Lovers Lights Gallery ‘Illuminated’ show is quite definitely designed to dazzle!

The gallery also runs art and craft workshops for children every Saturday morning and regular glass fusing and jewellery making courses every month, as well as evening music and poetry performances for the public.

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