Directly as a result of her 3m high x 2m wide ‘Lichen’ installation for Maureen Michaelson Gallery stand at GROW London 2015, FIONA CAMPBELL was approached by multi Gold Medal award winning landscape architect Sarah Eberle to design a large parasol for her 2016 RHS Chelsea Flower Show Artisan Garden for Viking Cruises. This work from woven copper, silk and found materials will be based on traditional Cambodian fishing nets and silk weaving.

Peter Clarke's 'Pod' featured in Evening Standard article by Pattie Barron

13 Aug 2015

Well known gardening journalist Pattie Barron has described Peter Clarke's Copper Pod as an "exquisite piece of sculpture [that] can make a striking focal point when set on a lawn or in a border". Read the full article at:

GROW London 2015

27 Jan 2015

Maureen Michaelson Gallery is delighted to have been selected to exhibit at GROW London in June 2015. This will be the second annual show of this exciting new garden event held on Hampstead Heath, a new initiative of the Affordable Art Fair team. We will be exhibiting work by several gallery stalwarts, as well as works for the garden by well known artists Peter Beard and Peter Hayes. Peter Hayes will be showing some of his new work developed on his most recent trip to India; Fiona Campbell will be erecting a 10m high site specific installation; Frances Doherty will be showing a new collaborative work made with sculptor Alan Williams from copper and ceramic. More updated information will be posted in the coming months.

National Garden Scheme - open day

8 Jun 2014

We are open for the NGS "Yellow Book' charity from 2 - 6 pm on Sunday 8 June. Adults £3.50. Children free. There will be some plants for sale


22 May 2014

Karin Hessenberg, author of the classic book “Ceramics for Gardens & Landscapes” will be in attendance at 'Hidden Garden Art Show' on Bank holiday Monday 26 May 2014, 3 – 6 pm. Karin will be happy to chat to visitors about all aspects of her own work and the range of artists making outdoor ceramics.

Fabric Magazine article

5 Apr 2014

Wonderful article about Hidden Garden Art Show in Fabric Magazine, May 2014 issue which describes it as a 'must-see'.

The Ceramic Gardener: Artist Talk with Frances Doherty

9 Jun 2013

On Sunday 9 June at 3pm, as part of the Hidden Garden Art Show in Association with Chelsea Fringe 2013, Frances Doherty, who calls herself ‘The Ceramic Gardener’, will be talking about the inspiration and techniques involved in making her extraordinary ‘insect eye view’ sculptures of flowers and seed heads. She will be describing the work background that led to her becoming a sculptor, and how her current work means travelling between England and France on an almost weekly basis. Frances is one of the seven artists taking part in the exhibition.

The informal talk will take place in the garden, and will last approximately 45 – 60 minutes. Visitors will be able to ask questions as well as view the garden and other works in the exhibition. These include works by Peter Clarke, Paul Cox, Jonathan Garratt, Helen Nock and Lisa Pettibone and Patricia Volk.

The talk is free but please book ahead by email ( or telephone (020 7435 0510) as places are limited.

Come prepared with umbrellas and warm clothes if the weather is bad!

For more information visit

Photo Story

11 May 2013

Scroll down the Chelsea Fringe website Press Download Gallery 2013 for a photo story of Lisa Pettibone setting up her glass installation 'Vibe' for Hidden Garden Art Show.

Hidden Garden Art Show featured in Ham&High

2 May 2013

Lovely article and image about our 10th exhibition and Chelsea Fringe 2013 in Ruth Pavey's Gardening section of the Ham&High.

Vantage Magazine, May 2012

1 May 2012

The Garden Art Exhibition in association with Chelsea Fringe is one of 4 featured events in the Culture fix pages of this glossy magazine in the company of Christies Auctioneers, Tate Modern, and Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester.


29 Apr 2012

We have signed up to a new Twitter account. Follow us on @MaureenMGallery.

New website launched

20 Mar 2012

We are very excited today to have launched our updated website. While it looks the same as the original one, built in 2002, the content will be entirely updated. Please be patient over the next few weeks whilst this is being done.

Two videos uploaded

19 Mar 2012

Scroll backwards in time through these news items to see 2 newly uploaded videos.

The earliest is of the setting up our 5th annual Garden Sculpture & Ceramic exhibition in 2004. The two artists featured are Jonathan Garratt and Hannah Bennett. This clip is from a British Satellite News item which was broadcast on the Reuters satellite directly to some 300 stations around the world, including BBC World and CNN. Each TV station that aired it would have included their own introductory commentary. The video clip lasts for just over 2 minutes.

The more recent 9 minute video is a wonderful short film "Fired Fruits" about Jonathan Garratt and his work, made by film maker David Hobson. Please wait a few seconds for it to appear while it uploads.

Jonathan Garratt featured in documentary film

27 Sep 2011

A short documentary "Fired Fruits" by film maker David Hobson on the work of Dorset based potter Jonathan Garratt. This video is featured on


30 Jan 2005

The Gallery will be moving to a new address in early April 2005. Many items are now available for sale at great reductions. Please phone for details if you are interested in the work of any of our artists on +44 20 7435 0510.

MONICA YOUNG passed away

1 Nov 2004

It is with regret that I announce that Monica Young passed away peacefully in October 2004. Please read my obituary to her on her page in the Artists section of this website.


18 Oct 2004

Jonathan Garratt has been awarded the Adrian Sassoon Award for the Arts of the Kiln at Chelsea Crafts Fair. A large decorated woodfired platter has been purchased for donation to a UK museum.


30 Sep 2004

Figurative ceramic sculptor GEORGE WALKER has had three of his narrative ceramic sculptures included in a new publication "500 Figures in Clay", published by Lark Books. His work was selected from a submission of over 1200 artists, and he is one of the few British artists represented in the book. The three pieces in the book by George Walker are all in his usual hard hitting style which comment on some aspect of contemporary western society. Each of these sculptures is in the form of a teapot.

Burgh House Museum

24 Jun 2004

Maureen Michaelson Sculpture Garden is featured in The Gardens of Hampstead exhibition at Burgh House Museum, London, June to Sept 2004. One photograph shows Maureen Michaelson seated on a Hannah Bennett seat, and a second shows Mark Pedro de la Torres large cast iron planter with a beautful tree fern.

Garden Sculpture Exhibition

17 Jun 2004

The Garden Sculpture & Ceramics exhibition has been extended by popular demanded for a further week to 4 July 2004

Ham & High Review

10 Jun 2004

Alison Oldham gave the Garden Sculpture & Ceramics exhibition a glowing review. Here are some of her comments. One joy of this display is the way nearly 200 items fit into the garden setting, emerging from luxuriant shrubs or accentuating the forms of plants. All are inventive interventions that enhance rather than intrude. Everywhere you look in this garden show there is something to delight the gaze.

Television Broadcast

16 May 2004

Our 5th annual Garden Sculpture & Ceramic exhibition featured in a British Satellite News item which is broadcast on the Reuters satellite directly to some 300 stations around the world, including BBC World and CNN.

Arts Council Awards

10 Feb 2004

TRACEY HEYES and HANNAH BENNETT are two gallery artists who have been recent recipients of Arts Council of Britain awards for research and development.

Most Admired Potters

15 Jan 2004

Paul Scott has been included in the list of The Most Admired Potters in the Ceramics in Society Yearbook for 2003, as voted by the readers of the magazine.

Ceramic Review

15 Jan 2004

Paul Scotts ceramic sculpture Seascale Pigeon Landscape was used to advertise Collect, the International Applied Art fair at the V&A Museum, in Ceramic Review, Jan/Feb 2004 Issue No 205.

Garden Prize

20 Dec 2003

Our garden has won a prestigious award for Outdoor Space Design, who were outright winner of the category Garden Maintenance, awarded by the Association of Professional Landscapers for 2003. You can view the garden and other winners on their website, by pressing the awards button. The prizes were featured in the two important magazines listed below and our garden was pictured in both. ?Horticultural Week? ? issue of 23 October 2003, and ?Garden Design Journal? ? issue of 26 December 2003. This is the second award for the garden. The first award was best in category As Seen From The Street awarded by the Belsize Residents Association in 2001.


16 Mar 2003

Maureen Michaelson Gallery is proud to announce that it has been selected to exhibit at the new international Contemporary Applied Arts Fair hosted by the Crafts Council at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in February 2004. Exhibiting artists will be: Julienne Dolphin Wilding, Tracey Heyes, Dan Kelly, Paul Scott and George Walker

Tracey Heyes

1 Jan 2003

Tracey Heyes had a solo show of her new work incorporating ceramic sculpture and laser transfer glass imagery at Portals Gallery, Chicago. This exhibition was the gala opening show for the new season in September 2002. Her work was also taken by Portals Gallery to the contemporary applied art fair in Florida in January 2003.

George Walker

30 Apr 2002

George Walker's narrative sculptural ceramic teapots are part of the exhibition "The Artful Teapot: 20th Century Expressions from the Kamm Collection" which is touring to 7 North American museums between May 2002 and October 2004. They are also featured in three recent books, listed below: 2001 Paul Scott, "Painted Clay", A & C Black, London. 2001 Garth Clark, "The Artful Teapot", Thames & Hudson (UK)/Watson-Guptill, USA. 2002 Michael Flynn, "Ceramic Figures", A & C Black, London /Rutgers University Press, USA

Website Launched

28 Apr 2002

We're deligted to announce that has gone live! Over the coming weeks we'll be adding more artists and artworks so keep checking back...

Paul Scott awarded an Encore Award

27 Apr 2002

Paul Scott has recently been awarded an Encore Award worth ?10,000 by Northern Arts for to conduct further research. He is also one of the select artists to have been invited to the Royal Academy to meet the Queen for a Golden Jubilee event for lifetime achievement. This is a great honour for a ceramic artist.

Centre of attention again!

13 Apr 2002

Hannah Bennett was the winner of the Best Product in Show award at the London Garden Show, Alexandra Palace, for her dramatic ceramic seats and lanterns

Hannah Bennett featured

30 Jun 2001

Maureen Michaelson was pictured sitting on a gorgeous Hannah Bennett seat in the magazine Fabric in July 2001.