TOWERS at the DE MORGAN CENTRE
Will be an exhibition held at the De Morgan Centre from
12th April 2005 - 30th June2005.
The theme of the exhibition will be explored through Wendy
Ramshaw's rings presented on her iconic tower-stands, and
include some original drawings for some of these pieces.
On a very different scale, large sculptural Towers illustrated
on the right, are inspired by her jewellery but reach heights
of up to 2m.
This collection of jewellery and the sculptural Towers
will be for sale, it will also be possible during the exhibition
to discuss the commission of individual pieces.
The exhibition is curated by Kate Catleugh the Director
of the De Morgan Centre
The De Morgan Centre houses the best collection in the
world of work by one of the leading members of the 19th
Century Arts and Crafts movement, William De Morgan and
of his wife, the painter Evelyn De Morgan. It's temporary
exhibition programme features work by today's leading crafts
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'White Tower' Delrin and nickel
'Announcement' brass and anodised
'Quicksilver' stainless steel crystal
and optical glass.
'Mars in Black' black Delrin with
'Tools of navigation 1' brass, nickel alloy and optical glass
'Tools of navigation 2' brass and nickel alloy