John Creed

As a silversmith I produce exciting one-off pieces for exhibitions and undertake commission work for any purpose.  I also design and make architectural metal work and sculpture for the public arena.  My work has a strong personal identity, explores line and surface to interact uniquely with the sense of place.

Born  1938, Heswall, Cheshire, UK

Liverpool College of Art
Sheffield College of Art
Apprentice to Francis Cooper, Silversmith, Kent
Studied with Albert Paley, Metalsmith, USA
Glasgow School of Art

2001 Winner; Scottish Select Competition
2000 Inches Carr Trust Crafts Award
1991 Craftsmanship Award, Incorporation of Hammerman, Glasgow

2006 100% Proof. Silver & Jewellery from Scotland. Touring
2005 ‘Collect’, V&A Museum, London
2004 ‘Collect’, V&A Museum, London
2003 ‘Fresh Air’, Quenington Sculpture Trust, Cirencester

2006 Entrance Gates Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow
2005 Public Art Sculpture at Gateshead – two works
Public Seating, Gateshead Old Square
2004 Entrance Gates and Screens. Liverpool World Museum

The Vatican: Chalice and Ciborium
Birmingham City Art Gallery: Silver and steel dish
Aberdeen City Art Gallery: Serving spoons
Crafts Council Collection: Silver and bronze dish
Royal Museum Edinburgh: Various boxes 
Goldsmiths’ Hall: Goblet
Glasgow City Council: Rosebowl





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