Shows & Stockists
Susan Horth's intricate beaded sculptures and wearable jewels are exhibited in select galleries and stores.
SUMMER OPEN STUDIOS
14 – 16 June 2019
Open times: Friday 2-8pm | Saturday 11am-6pm | Sunday 12-5pm
Studio E6, Cockpit Arts, Cockpit Yard, Northington Street, London WC1N 2NP
See behind-the-scenes in Susan Horth's studio and discover her extraordinary new beaded designs at this mid-summer celebration. Considered to be one of London's 'hidden gems' there are over 100 master craftspeople based at the Cockpit Arts studios in Holborn. There is a huge variety of work to see - including inspiring art and beautiful bespoke gifts.
London, W1B 5AH
A collection of intricate beaded sculptures and wearable jewels is available from Liberty, The Iconic flagship store - famed for selling luxury and artisan work.
754 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
Susan Horth's collection for this luxury goods department store based in Midtown Manhattan includes exquisite beaded Meerkat and Owl sculptures.
The Harley Gallery Shop
A60 Mansfield Road
Worksop, S80 3LW
The Harley Gallery was set up in 1977 by Ivy, Duchess of Portland. A selection of my work is available in their shop which is recognised by the Crafts Council as a quality retail outlet.
The Studio Otford
20 High Street
Kent, TN14 5PQ
The Studio was opened in 1990 by Wendy Peck and is dedicated to providing a showcase and outlet for UK based artists and craftsmen, with original and exclusive pieces by professional, newcomers and art graduates.
Samson and Coles
13 Oxford St
Whitstable, CT5 1DB
Contemporary jewellery gallery set up by jeweller Madeline Coles with Teresa Samson. It is situated in the seaside town of Whitstable and stocks a selection of my wearable works.
12 - 26 September 2015
Open Times: Monday - Saturday: 10am - 5.30pm, Sunday 12noon - 4pm
34 Bellevue Terrace, Great Malvern, Worcestershire County, WR14 4PZ
"Dragons are creatures of boundaries, existing just out of reach - they are metaphors of the unknown. On the margins of medieval manuscripts - these iconic creatures are the joyful imaginings of bored monastic scribes. Edward Lear's 'Nonsense' poems, the Martins Brothers pots and Hieronymus Bosch all resonate in the imagination and have different meanings for each observer. Creatures real and imagined connect us to the minds of past people and invite questions about meaning that we can only speculate on. Makers are still inspired to create interpretations of mythical creatures such as dragons. They are Chinese whispers from the past and in the end, just objects, on which to tell our own stories." - Susan Horth
Susan is visiting Iapetus Gallery in Great Malvern this September with her new exhibition, Fantastical Kingdom, full of incredible jewellery and sculptures inspired by magical creatures from stories, myths & legends, as well as characterful wildlife. The pieces will also be available online at iapetus.co.uk.
NEW BREWERY ARTS
The Names Of The Hare
18 July - 19 September 2015
Open Times: 9am-5pm, Monday - Saturday
Brewery Court, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1JH
The skidaddler, the nibbler, beat-the-pad, white-face, The stubble-stag, the long lugs, the stook-deer, the frisky legs... This well-loved creature of the english countryside has inspired artists down the centuries. This exhibition title is taken from a middle English poem of the same name which has been translated by Seamus Heaney. A beaded hare sculpture by Susan Horth will sit alongside works by 27 other artists from around the UK. The exhibition features paintings, prints, jewellery, textiles, ceramics, felt, wood, books, metal sculpture and more.
MARK BURRELL & SUSAN HORTH
4-28 September 2015
Private View: 5 September, 2-4pm
Open Times: Week & Sat: 10am-5pm, Sun: 11am-4pm Closed Wed
40a High Street, Southwold, Suffolk, IP18 6AE
Susan Horth will create a 'bejewelled English garden by the sea' at CRAFTCO, a gallery situated in the seaside town of Southwold in Suffolk. Intricate beaded creatures, both standing sculptures and wearable jewels, will sit amongst spring flowers in ‘apple blossom’ greens and sugar pinks. In Susan’s world the innate beauty and preciousness of every creature is brought to the fore from birds and butterflies to the more unexpected slugs and snails. The garden will be presented alongside a series of oil paintings by artist Mark Burrell, whose work is known for rich narrative and use of colour.