Wednesday, 27 July 2011
Saturday, 23 July 2011
Friday, the 22nd of July, I went to ascot to watch the races. One of my latest Raku (ceramic) equestrian scul
Race: Thirds race 3h20 - The Woodcote stud Valiant Stakes.
After the race in the winning enclosure.
The winner of the race:
Barry and Fiona Reilly - Woodcote Stud - E
What a great day and my husband and I ,We also
Posted by Marie Ackers Sculptor at 01:57
Wednesday, 20 July 2011
Loft living at Selfridges 7th -11th September
I will be exhibiting from 7th until the 11th of September at Loft Living Selfridges (7th evening is a private launch on invitation only!).
I will be present during the launch of the new Kelly Hoppen range of furniture and accessories at Loft Living, with the presence of Kelly signing her latest book and I will be presenting a selection of Raku work as well as my new contemporary equestrian sculptures as part of the Loft Living Urbana Collection launch.
About Loft Living
Loft Living is at home on the 4th floor of Selfridges, offering exclusive interior furnishing and accessories with timeless elegance and understated luxury. Carefully selected pieces showcase the very best in design and materials. More information on the website: www.loft-living.co.uk
Posted by Marie Ackers Sculptor at 23:49
Gallerie de Tourgeville – Deauville – France
Few bronzes are exhibited at the Gallerie de Tourgeville – Deauville (France) during July and August.
Posted by Marie Ackers Sculptor at 23:26
Saturday, 16 July 2011
I have few works in my studio, sketches more exactly, a bit hesitant and heavier but those works are a very important piece of the puzzle, they mark the transition in my work. I regard those works as very important and although they are not right, not perfect and I almost threw them in the bin! I now see them with a different eye. It allows me to look back and understand how my vision and my work developed. Each work of art of an artist is a piece of the puzzle, each works good, lesser good or even bad is important as this is what’s defines the artist and the route taken to achieve its vision.
Posted by Marie Ackers Sculptor at 05:55