exhibition

London Craft Week

Ethereal Nature

Hosted by: Vessel Gallery

Exhibition:

May 15, 2024 - May 19, 2024

Gallery 3

What's On / Current and Upcoming / Ethereal Nature

Exhibition Information

May 15, 2024 - May 19, 2024

Gallery 3

Vessel Gallery

Vessel Gallery presents three rooms of immersive exhibitions featuring new works by three of their artist-makers: Enemark & Thompson (glass sculpture), Maarten Vrolijk (glass, ceramic, lighting, and paintings), and Tsai & Yoshikawa (metal, lighting, and mixed media).

“Expect sculptural forms inspired by nature, with complex structures that invite you to get lost in a myriad of detailed elements”— Vessel Gallery. 

Image: (detail) Tsai & Yoshikawa, ‘Blooming Spark Viola’, photographed by Agata Pec, courtesy Vessel Gallery.
 


About the Hosts

Vessel Gallery

Vessel Gallery

Founded in Notting Hill, London in 1999 Vessel Gallery aims to be a major destination for all those who appreciate contemporary artglass sculpture and decorative lighting. From the stunning simplicity of Scandinavian crystal, via flamboyant Italian art glass, to the best of British and International creative talents, all pieces are unique or limited edition and have been carefully edited to show an unparalleled selection of contemporary design and craft.  

Vessel Gallery also edits its own editions, an on-going programme working with emerging and established studio artists and designers, producing unique collections of exclusive limited edition artworks in glass and other materials. The collections span from lighting, wall panels, hanging sculptures and interior objects. The majority of the collections are handcrafted by the artists and designers in their studios but also handmade in collaboration with skilled craftsmen from all over the world.  

Vessel also consults for interior and corporate projects, providing the opportunity to have a truly bespoke commissioning service with unique works created in dialogue with the client. In addition, the gallery is a valuable resource for artists, museums and collectors. Numerous artworks have entered prestigious public collections as a direct result of the Gallery’s exhibitions and advocacy.