Exhibitions

2017

WEST MEETS WEST West Cork Arts Centre, Uillinn.
Invited joint exhibition with Philip Boothe & Matthew Lanyon

PANGOLIN SUMMER EXHIBITION, Pangolin Gallery, London.
Work in Summer Exhibition and in the Sculpture Trail

2014

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF CERAMIC ART (MIC) Faenza, Italy
piece displayed in Permanent Collection of 20th Century Ceramics

2013

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF CERAMIC ART (MIC) Faenza, Italy
PREMIO FAENZA 58th Concorso – International Competition of Ceramic Art.

2012

NEW ART CENTRE, ROCHE COURT, Salisbury, England.
Selection of work exhibited in the courtyard.

2011

THE LATTIMER GALLERY in Penzance opened
showing Tony’s work in a changing collection of themed installations.

2008

DANCING THE CLAY Plymouth Museum & Art Gallery
Solo Retrospective Exhibition

2007

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF CERAMIC ART (MIC) Faenza, Italy –
Invited artist for exhibition of three masters – ‘I MAESTRI del CONCORSO’
an installation of nine 6ft pieces ‘IN THE STILLNESS IS THE DANCE’

2006

TRELOWARREN GALLERY, Helston, Cornwall
‘SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION ‘

GOLDFISH CONTEMPORARY FINE ART, Penzance
NSA selected exhibition

CAMPDEN GALLERY – NSA Critic’s Choice chosen by Nicholas Usherwood

2005

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF CERAMIC ART (MIC) Faenza, Italy
PREMIO FAENZA 54th Concorso – International Competition of Ceramic Art

THOMPSON’S THE CITY, London

LEMON STREET GALLERY, Truro
NSA Critic’s Choice chosen by Norbert Lynton

2004

‘ELEMENTAL INSIGHT’ – Competitive Touring Exhibition
sponsored by the Met Office to celebrate their move to Exeter
curated by Devon Guild of Craftsman

2003

DEVON GUILD OF CRAFTSMEN
‘Size Matters’ Mixed exhibition

NEWLYN ART GALLERY (NSA)
Critic’s Choice chosen by Joan Bakewell

2002

APPLEDORE VISUAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Invited Solo Show supported by Arts Council

NEWLYN ART GALLERY (NSA)
Critic’s Choice chosen by Mel Gooding

2001

ST IVES INTERNATIONAL – ‘CERAMICA’ showcase
Entrance Installation in ROYAL CORNWALL MUSEUM, Truro

2000

EDEN PROJECT
Three pieces in the Tropical Biome during the opening year

NEWLYN ART GALLERY (NSA)
Critic’s Choice chosen by Charlotte Mullins

1999/2000

TATE ST IVES
Individual Show ‘Lifting and Reaching’ 10 pieces in the Millennium Show for six months.

1999

NEWLYN ART GALLERY (NSA)
Critic’s Choice chosen by William Packer

1998

ROYAL WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMY, Bristol NSA

1998

NEWLYN ART GALLERY (NSA)
Critic’s Choice chosen by Theo Waddington

THE BURTON ART GALLERY, Bideford
100 Devon Potters

 

Grants & Competitions

2013

EMILIA-ROMAGNA PRIZE – PREMIO FAENZA 58th Concorso
International Competition of Ceramic Art, MIC Faenza, Italy

2007

ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND – Grant

2005

EMILIA-ROMAGNA PRIZE – PREMIO FAENZA 54th Concorso
International Competition of Ceramic Art, MIC Faenza, Italy

2001

ARTS COUNCIL SOUTH WEST – Major Award

 

Bibliography

2013

Exhibition Catalogue 58th International Competition of Contemporary Ceramic Art MIC Faenza
foreword by Claudia Cassali Director
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La Ceramica Moderna & Antica no 281 April/June
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2009

La Ceramica Moderna & Antica no 271 January/March
Article by Franco Bertoni
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2008

Exhibition Catalogue “Dancing the Clay” 10 Year Retrospective
Plymouth Museum & Art Gallery
Foreword by Bernard Urwin
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2007

Exhibition catalogue 55th Premio Faenza – ‘In the Stillness is the Dance’
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D’A Magazine article by Gilda Cefarella Grosso
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Crafts Decorative and Applied Arts July/Aug
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2005

Crafts Decorative and Applied Arts no 194 May/June
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2004

Catalogue for ‘Elemental Insights’ written by curator Alex Murdin
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2001

Resurgence no 209 November/December
Photograph and description by Sandy Brown
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2000

Art Review September
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Inside Cornwall April
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Ceramic Review Millennium Issue no 181 January/February
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Crafts Decorative and Applied Arts no 162 January/February
Photograph in Calendar advertising Tate Show
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