Jonathan Wade

Current works are series of three dimensional compositions of related and/or contrasting objects.
They are a reaction to real and mapped urban landscapes, and the planned or random groupings of objects therein.
They reference detritus as much as high design, and the various patterns found in man-made environments.
The intent is to create interesting visual relationships through subtle variation of repeated forms, or through more apparent distinctions in surface and shape.

Born  1973

 BA (Hons) Ceramics, Bath College of Higher Education

2007  Grant for the Arts, Arts Council, awarded for Origin crafts fair
2005  Grant for the Arts, Arts Council, awarded for Chelsea Crafts Fair
2004  Crafts Council Development Award

Selected exhibitions
  Ceramic Art London 2011. Royal College of Art, London
Select 2. GalleryTop, Derbyshire
2010  Ceramic Art London 2010.
Collect. Saatchi Gallery. Represented by Cockpit Arts
2009  Ceramic Art London 2009.
Select. GalleryTop
Fusion. Rochester Art Gallery, Kent
Urbanicity. RBSA, Birmingham                                                      
2008  Origin Craft Fair. Somerset House, London
Ceramic Art London 2008
Craft Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Effervescence 3. Sussex Barn Gallery, West Dene College
2007  Zimmer Stewart Gallery. Exhibition with painter Richard
Ceramic Art London 2007                                                                            
Collect. V & A Museum. Represented by Contemporary Applied Arts
Origin Craft Fair
2006  Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel. Group exhibitions
Solo exhibition. Contemporary Applied Arts, London
Renaissance. Broughton Gallery, Broughton, Scotland
Ceramic Art London 2006
2005  Zimmer Stewart Gallery. Group exhibitions
Chelsea Crafts Fair
Brighton Festival Artists Open Houses
1996  Degree Show Exhibition. Bath College of Higher Education
New Designers. Business Design Centre, Islington, London
1995  Ceramic Contemporaries 2. Victoria and Albert Museum,

  Ceramic Review magazine
2006  Crafts Magazine




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