Galleries - December 2010

LONDON GLASS BLOWING 62 - 66 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UD t 020 7403 2800 Christmas Open House and sale, with an exceptional selection of individual pieces in a wide range of styles and shapes to suit any pocket. Enjoy a glass of mulled wine while watching displays of the art of glassmaking. Peter Layton , Pink Paradiso, glass dropper LONDON SILVER VAULTS Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS t 0870 1087828 To Jan 28; Mon - Fri 9-5.30, Sat 9-1 Christmas selling exhibition ‘The Cocktail Hour’ with beautiful ideas and gifts in antique and modern silver party ware, from modernist Devlin champagne flutes to Georgian wine coolers, Art Deco cocktail shakers to dishes for canapés. Prices starting from under £100. Stuart Devlin, silver champagne flutes SKYLARK GALLERIES Artist-run 1.09 Oxo Tower Wharf, (first floor riverside), London SE1 9PH t 020 7401 9666 Tue - Sun 11-6 5 Gabriel’s Wharf, London SE1 9PP t 020 7928 4005 Daily 12-5 Meet emerging and established gallery artists whilst browsing a diverse and ever changing mix of contemporary paintings, prints and sculptures. Gift vouchers available. For special Christmas late open evenings, see the web- site. Veta Gorner, Hollow Bodies , etching SPHERE GALLERY 73 Brushfield Street, Old Spitalfields Market, London E1 6AA t 020 7247 7927 Mon: closed, Tue, Sat & Sun 11-6, Wed - Fri 11-7 Now in its second year, Sphere Gallery celebrates "Contemporary Diversity" with over 45 artists exhibiting at any one time. It offers the public a chance to purchase from a diverse and extensive collection of emerging and established talent. Wedding Lists and Gift Certificates are also available. Adele Underwood, Mauvaise Foi 2 , oil on canvas, 20 x160cm MADE 10: BRIGHTON’S DESIGN & CRAFT FAIR Corn Exchange, Church Street, Brighton Nov 19-21, Fri 11-7.30, Sat 10-6, Sun 10-5 Brighton’s beautiful Corn Exchange showcases over 100 contemporary and highly original designers across all media, from glassware to textiles and ce- ramics to jewellery, with prices from £20 to £1500. Entry £6 on the door, chil- dren under 14 free. Visitors’ café.