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Harry Chadwick CV



A Plymouth based sculptural artist working predominantly in glass and metal, including blown, fused, sheet and cast glass in conjunction with forged, sheet and welded steel fabrications. He has a background in the marine industry, working in fabrication and hot metal processes.


2019 - 2022

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) 1st Class in 3D Design Crafts at Arts University Plymouth.

2011 - 2019

Short courses at Plymouth College of Art 
Glass Blowing, Glass Casting, Blacksmithing, Willow Weaving, 3D Furniture Design, Photoshop, and Lampworking









May 2024

March - April 2024

February - April 2024

Delamore Arts, Cornwood, Devon

Solo Exhibition, New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham, Surrey

Sculptural Interventions, Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Romsey, Hants.

July - August 2023

Penwith Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall

May 2023

March - April 2023

Delamore Arts, Cornwood, Devon

Rising Stars 2023, New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham, Surrey

January - March 2023

Making It 2023, Make South West, Bovey Tracey, Devon

October - December 2022

'Touchy Subject', Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, Hampshire.

October - November 2022

Exhibition 2022, 45 Southside Gallery, Plymouth, Devon.

September 2022

Pop Futurism, The Brownston Gallery, Modbury, Devon.

August - October 2022

The British Glass Biennale 2022

July 2022

Pop Futurism, Final Degree Show, Studio 11, Plymouth College of Art, Devon.

July 2022

Cluster Craft, Glass & Movement, celebrating the United Nations International Year of Glass 2022

June 2022

Pop Futurism, New Designers, Business Design Centre, London

March 2022

PL-aque, The Box, Plymouth, Devon.

June - September 2021

Live Brief, Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cornwall.



Selected Artist, Chapel Art Studios Emerging Sculptors Development Award.


Winner of New Ashgate Rising Stars 2023

Selected Artist, New Ashgate Rising Stars 2023




Selected Artist, Delamore Arts 2023

Selected Artist, Making It 2023

British Glass Biennale, The Glass Sellers’ Student Award Winner

Winner of the Contemporary Glass Society Runner Up in the 'New Graduate Review' for 2022

Selected Artist, British Glass Biennale

Winner of the Brownston Gallery Fresh Talent Award

Winner of the Arts University Plymouth,  Cluster Craft Award, Cluster London

Permanent Sculpture ‘From the Ashes’ at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park as a memorial to the fire bombing of Mount Edgcumbe House in March 1941 and its subsequent rebuilding from 1958 - 1964.

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