I was delighted to be part of the amazing online 3D art exhibition at the Integral European Conference, 27-31 May along with 10 other fantastic artists (I am the only fibre artist). The exhibition is now accessible available to the public to view until August – click here. I highly recommend taking time to look at this wonderful exhibition.
I have a few pieces in the online gallery, “Art Gallery SW“, which exhibits the work of leading artists in the south-west of England.
Art Gallery SouthWest, 12-14 April 2019, at WESC, Exeter.
Devon Open Studios, September 2019.
‘Winter Stillness’, at Heart and Soul Funerals, High Street , Totnes. For
the month of January 2019.
You can see some of my work in the online gallery for artists in the South-West, Art Gallery SW.
KEVICCS School, Totnes – one piece, ‘Outpouring’ is being exhibited from Monday 7th January 2019 as part of an exhibition.
Devon Open Studios, 8th – 23rd September 2018. With five other artists at South Street Studio, 15a South Street, Totnes TQ9 5DZ.
Cordis Showcase 2017-18. Jo’s piece ‘Loving Awareness’ (image above) was selected for this year’s Cordis showcase, and was exhibited at the National Gallery, Edinburgh until the end of January 2018.
TAAG, Teignmouth, 1st – 6th July 2018. www.teignmoutharts.org. With Isabelle Jourdan. This was their second year together at TAAG.
September 2017 : Devon Open Studios. Jo’s studio in Stoke Gabriel was open with an exhibition of her work. Devon Open Studios is organised by the Devon Artist Network. For more info – click here
Jo’s piece, Mirror Neurons, was exhibited as part of the Cordis Tapestry Showcase, 3.12.2016 – 28.1.2017, at the National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh. www.thetapestryprize.org.
Teignmouth Arts Action Group, 6th – 12th May 2017, a joint exhibition with fellow tapestry artist and spinner, Isabelle Jourdan (www.wildwomanweaving.wixsite.com/warpspeed) Teignmouth, Devon, www.teignmoutharts.org. Isabelle has received the Coldharbour Trophy for weaving, and the Helen Gallagher Memorial View Award.
One exhibit (a series of five) called Blessée, which is French for ‘wounded’, was placed behind a screen with an invitation to spend a short time alone with it, taking part in a brief recorded Mindfulness practice; many people found it deeply moving. (The piece has mosaic gold glass woven into the piece with steel wire.) When my work touches people in this way, and helps them to feel a connection with our common humanity, instead of feeling alone with the challenges that life inevitably brings, I am deeply moved and satisfied.
Green Fuse Heart and Soul Funerals – 2016
Jo’s work is supporting the process of training of funeral celebrants by Green Fuse Heart and Soul Funerals – when they are helping a family to create a funeral, it is like weaving the threads of a life. It is a privilege for Jo to make bespoke work as a memorial for a loved one.
The piece is intentionally unfinished.