MARCH 2019 | Exhibition at Moorwood Arts, Bruton | Moorwood Arts
Moorwood Arts invited me to exhibit both sculpture and paintings at their stunning annual exhibition, located in Bruton within a stunning woodland and country home. Here is an image of my sculpture, Tholos, , inspired by the ancient beehive chambers used for burial, ritual and living.
FEBRUARY 2019 | Feature in 'Circus' Journal, Bath and surrounding area | Circus
Interview in the beautifully edited and curated Circus Journal, which is distributed in Bath and the surrounding areas.
NOVEMBER 18 | Winner of 'Disrupt Black Friday' competition| Greenpeace
A project to create a large installation to make a comment on the sheer volume of clothing wasted every year. This project ran at the same time as Black Friday and was carried out globally. I worked in Hamburg with Greenpeace who fabricated my design and installed it as part of the full day of events.
A collaboration between Arts Thread, Greenpeace and myself.
JULY 18 | Installation at Royal Hampton Court Flower Show 2018 | RHSHampton
Collaboration with Lilly Gomm, silver-gilt award winning garden designer at Royal Hampton Court flower show 2018. I created a large pear-shaped sculpture to sit beneath one of her pear trees, encouraging the importance of cross pollination and making habitats for wildlife.
July 2018 | Women Who Create : Ellen Mulcrone | Women Who Create
Interviewed by Women Who Create to talk about the life of a young, self-employed female entrepreneur.
June 2018 | Exhibition "SHOWTIME" | Emma Rose Artworks
June - 7-9th June Exotic Summer Show
At the Wellow Art studio
Private View Party 7th June
February 2018 | Interview: Ellen Mulcrone, creator of Pearpod | Somerset Life
Interviewed by Somerset Life to talk about my work, my intentions and my connection to Frome.
February 2018 | Workshop for Ark-T community centre | Ark-T Oxford
Here I worked with both children and young women from difficult backgrounds. Over the course of a week we worked together to design and build this woven willow pod to be permanently installed within the Ark-T community centre, for all to use as a 'time-out' space for relaxation, reflection and rest.
Bluepatch is an online collective of UK sustainable makers and Saturday we left the cyber world and landed in Dulwich, where we created the first ever sustainable department store. There was a great mix of very high quality, often hand crafted, products, ranging from bee homes, to forged ironware, to vegan cosmetics, to handprinted fabrics, to Pods!
8 page article/interview about my life and my work.