Hawthorne & Heaney Visits David Hockney: Drawing From Life

Normandy Portraits, David Hockney, 2021-2022

David Hockney, Drawing From Life David Hockney is regarded as a master draftsman who has prolifically drawn, painted and created throughout his life. Born in 1917 in Bradford, Yorkshire – a city at the heart of the textile industry in the 19th Century.     He favoured drawing throughout his career, using pen and ink, coloured […]

Hawthonre & Heaney Visits The Accidentally Wes Anderson Exhibition

When we think of Wes Anderson, we recall the symmetrical compositions, soft and vibrant colours, and dreamlike architecture from his films. In “Accidentally Wes Anderson: The Exhibition,” the curatorial team showcases over 200 intriguing and beautiful places worldwide through seven themed rooms. Through a unique visual experience, they construct Wes Anderson’s fantastical world as a […]

Freddie Mercury: A World of His Own Exhibition

This exhibition was an insight into the life of the world-renowned icon, Freddie Mercury. It displayed the singer’s most priceless valuables from across  the globe. These ranged from ceramics, art, fashion, musical instruments, personal papers, possessions and photographs, furniture, and jewels,  accrued over the course of fifty years.  The exhibit was divided into 6 sections:   […]

Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear, at the Victoria and Albert Museum

The Three Graces. Virgil Abloh, JW Anderson, Ludovic de Saint Sermin.

Masculine fashion, what does it look like to you? Menswear has evolved and changed over the years as society has developed along with international influence and the greater understanding of what masculinity means to us as individuals and designers. The Victoria and Albert Museum has masterfully curated this exhibition which guides you from the early […]

Drawn & Formed Exhibition

Embrace by Naomi Aindow - Silk organza, metal threads, silk thread, glass beads, sequins | Photo taken by Cadi Williams

The Goldsmith’s Centre’s Drawn + Formed exhibition; in partnership with the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers  This exhibition explores the history and contemporary uses of hand-drawn wire in embroidery, jewellery and silversmithing. London was first introduced to gold and silver wire drawing by craftsmen from Europe around the 15th century, however, there […]

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child at the Hayward Gallery

The Louise Bourgeois: The woven child was certainly an exhibition that made you stop and really consider the thought process of each piece, what emotion and psychological motive she was trying to portray to the viewer. With her use of materials ranging from steel to bone to gold and lingerie, each surface represents a memory […]

Hawthorne & Heaney on Show at Fortnum and Mason

We have the great privilage of being able to say that we currently have some works on display at the world renound Fortnum and Mason, London. As part of the celebrations for the Queen’s Jubilee, Fortnums are holding a series of exhibitions, spotlighting the artistic talents of British Craftsmanship. In partnership with QEST, the Queen […]

Hawthorne & Heaney on ‘Faberge in London’ at the Victoria and Albert Museum

Walking into the exhibition immediately you feel the nature of the exclusivity of the brand and the luxury of which these ornaments possess. Each object displayed exquisitely in their own selective groups laid on soft fabrics and under crystal clear light, allowing for the viewer to see them sparkling away in all their glory. With […]