Jane Muir studied ceramics at Central St Martins School of Art and the Royal College of Art. Since leaving the RCA in 1992 she has exhibited widely, notably in Ceramic Contemporaries, V&A, and a solo show at the Molesey Gallery, Surrey. In 1997 she was also awarded a Crafts Council Grant helping her to set up her present studio

 

Her work has been shown throughout Europe, the United States and Japan, as well as throughout the UK. She lives and works from her studio in Peckham, South London.

 

Education 1985-87 Epsom School of Art and Design, Surrey 1987-90 Central School of Art and Design, London 1990-92 Royal College of Art, London

 

Solo Exhibitions

 

2015         Beaux Arts, Bath

2014         Cornwall Contemporary, Penzance

2013         Sculptural Ceramics, New Craftsman Gallery, Cornwall

2010         Beaux Arts, Bath

2008        Beaux Arts, Bath

2005        Beaux Arts, Bath

2000        Eton Applied Arts

1995         Molesey Gallery, Surrey

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

 

2013         Beaux Arts, Bath

2005        Beaux Arts, Bath

2004        Beaux Arts, Bath

2002        "Happy Clapham", Pond Gallery, London

                  Chelsea Fine Art Fair, London Art London

                  "Mensen!" Tegelen, Holland

2000        White Gallery, Brighton

                  Crafts Council, London

1999        "Exposition 6 Femmes", Galerie Claude André, Brussels, Belgium

                 "New Faces", Crafts Council Shop at the V&A

1998        "Quirky Works", Gallery 27, Cork Street, London

1997         Art '97, Business Design Centre, London

                  A Heavenly Christmas", Crafts Council Shop at the V&A, London

1996         Alex Gerrard Fine Art, Robertsbridge, Sussex

1995         Rye Art Gallery, Sussex

                  Alex Gerrard Fine Art, Battle, Sussex

                  "Spring Greens", Pam Schomberg Gallery, Colchester

                  Pump House Gallery, Battersea Park, London

1994        "In the Swim", Oxford Gallery

1993        "Ceramic Contemporaries", V&A Museum, London

                 "One Year On", South Bank Craft Shop and Gallery, London

1992        "The New Generation", The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh

1991         "Interior Spaces", Liberty, London

1990        Top Marks", London Institute Gallery

 

Art Fairs

 

2014         Ceramic Art London 2014 Royal College of Art, London

                  Commissions

1997         Ceramic figure and a wall piece based on The Magic

1997         Flute commissioned by Bishop's Stortford Library

1997         Installation/exhibition for the Charleston Trust, Charleston, Firle, Lewes, E. Sussex

 

Awards

 

1997         Crafts Council Setting Up Grant

1991          First Prize, Plate Surface Design for Richard Ginori, Italy

1988        Queen Mary/ William Atkinson Scholarship, First Prize, necklace design for The

                 Royal Shakespeare Co.

 

Selected Articles

 

2004, Sept           Ceramic Review

2003, May            Ceramic Review.

1996, Oct              Antennae, World of Interiors.

1992, Spring        Jane Lamacraft, Imagination at Liberty, Royal Academy      Magazine, No. 34.