A week-long pop up exhibition at the Judith Blacklock Flower School will bring together four makers from the crafts of ceramics, calligraphy and weaving.

The exhibition will look at how beautifully crafted pieces can enhance our homes and

selves, reinventing spaces, reflecting the changing seasons and our own sense of

personal style.

The beautifully hand thrown ceramic work of Lindy Barletta and Carolyn Tripp, each with

their unique style of decoration, range from the functional to the purely decorative. They

combine effortlessly with Sarah Tyssen’s stylish woven textiles in subtle colour palettes

and the stunning wall hangings showing the wonderful botanical calligraphy of Anne


All work exhibited is for sale and there will be opportunities to meet the artists

throughout the week long event.

The exhibition will run from 11th – 16th October from 11am – 6pm and until 7pm on Thursday 14th, at The Judith Blacklock Flower School, 4-5 Kinnerton Place South, Belgravia, SW1X 8EH