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Made London Marylebone – 10 DAYS TO GO! Meet the Sculptors & Glass Designers

With 10 days to go until Made London Marylebone opens its doors we are eager to present our remaining exhibitors! 

This is a special edit which includes our Sculptors and Glass Designers! 

Our Early Bird Tickets are now sold out. Tickets are still available at £10 per person online or on the door. Grab yours here! 

Jose Heroys

www.joseheroys.com

Jose designs and makes life-like birds from natural yarns and carded fleece. Her crocheted sculptures try to capture the character and energy of the bird and the emotional response we have to it. Using crochet, needle-felt and embroidery techniques, each piece is carefully hand-crafted and signed with a uniquely numbered leg-ring.

Kei Tominaga 

http://www.keitominaga.com

Trained and educated in Tokyo, designer and metal smith Kei Tominaga now resides in London to produce architecturally inspired metal objects, well pieces and jewellry. Her focus is on materials, form and objects that had a ‘sculptural’, playful and architectural quality, she strived to design and use her experience of design and smithing to create a sign quality metal objects.

Latimeria Metalwork 

www.latimeria.fi

Latimeria – Poetry in Metal. Contemporary metalwork from Finland. High quality, handcrafted cutlery, serving pieces, plates, bowls and other objects.

Linda Lewin

www.lindalewinco.uk

Linda makes jewellery and small sculptures in wire. She intends to portray energy and movement in everything she makes whether it is something to wear or an equestrian portrait. She uses silver and gold to make rings, necklaces, and earrings and soft iron wire to draw horses and people. Linda enjoys working with her customers on commissions and is touched when her work becomes significant in their lives.

GLASS DESIGN 

Aline Johnson 

www.alinejohnson.co.uk

Aline designs and produces glass for lighting from her studio in Tufnell Park. She works on site specific lighting projects for residential and commercial settings.

iO Gallery 

www.iogallery.co.uk

In recognition of iO Gallery’s 21st birthday, we are celebrating by bringing some of the best of Brighton craft to meet the best of London with our exhibition mix of glass, ceramics and enamels.