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- a selection of venues where my work either has been or is represented

Jason Jacques is a New York dealer in Fin de Siecle and Japoniste European Art ceramics. In 2011 he became my main dealer.

Blackwell The Arts and Crafts House is an archetectural jewel overlooking Lake Windermere in Cumbria. Designed by MH Baille Scott, it was completed in 1900 and restored to its original glory in 2000 by the Lakeland Arts Trust, who have now established it as a centre of excellence for Arts and Crafts creativity and a venue of national importance for the exhibition of contemporary applied arts.

Kunstforum Solothurn is a major centre for the exhibition and sale of contemporary ceramics from across the European Union. It is in Solothurn in Switzerland.

Bourne Fine Art is situated on Dundas Street in Edinburgh's Georgian New Town. They compliment their specialism in Scottish Art from the eighteenth certury to the present day with occasional exhibitions of contemporary ceramics.

The World Ceramic Exposition Foundation, Icheon, Korea is an extraordinary organisation dedicated to ceramics in all its forms. Its flagship World Ceramic Biennale has over a million visitors.

Contemporary Ceramics is the only gallery in the UK dedicated exclusively to contemporary British studio pottery. Based on Marshall Street in London's West End, it shows a breadth of work from the Members and Fellows of the Craft Potters Association.

The Fine Art Society is one of the world's oldest art galleries. Specializing in British art and design from the 17th to the 21st centuries, it has traded from 148 New Bond Street, London, since its foundation in 1876.

Ceramic Art London is the major selling fair for contemporary studio ceramics. It is held annually in the Henry Moore Galleries at the Royal College of Art, London and organised by the Craft Potters' Association.

The Leach Pottery has undergone an important restoration in the last couple of years, and is now set to continue as a wellspring of ceramic talent.

Collect - "Europe’s premier fair for contemporary craft." At the Saatchi Galleries, London.

With a rich collection of 20,000 objects, the Ariana Museum in Geneva encompasses twelve centuries of Ceramic endeavour. It occupyies a unique place Swiss cultural life and is one of the great European museums specializing in the arts of fire.

McManus Galleries and Museum is an impressive Gothic Revival-style building located in the centre of Dundee, Scotland. The building houses a museum and art gallery with a collection of historic and contemporary fine and decorative art as well as a natural history collection.

The James Wallace Arts Trust is an impressive collection of contemporary art in New Zealand. Its collection numbers something over 4,000 works, and its trust status ensures it remains in its entirety as a cultural resource for present and future generations.

The New Ashgate Gallery is situated in the West Surrey market town of Farnham. It is an educational charity that promotes and sells contemporary visual arts and crafts.

The Crafts Study Centre is a major resource with an acclaimed collection featuring contemporary and historical craftsmanship and a programme of exhibitions.

Joanna Bird exhibits work by contemporary practitioners often alongside their historic antecedents either in her own establishment in Chiswick or through select partners.

Contemporary Applied Arts is a major interdisciplinary showcase in London.

Museum Bellerive is an impressive Lakeside villa built in the early 20th century on the promenade of Lake Zurich, which houses the largest collection of international art handicrafts in Switzerland.