An interview with Steve Howlett may be found on the Victoria & Albert Museum's website.
Please follow the link to read the interview
Steve Howlett creates sensual, organic, abstract forms,
sculpture and vessels in wood.
His work has been shown in galleries in Toronto, London and Paris and
is featured in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London;
the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art, Norwich, UK; the Derek Williams Collection
at the National Museum & Gallery of Wales, Cardiff, UK and The Hosomi
Museum and Art Foundation, Kyoto, Japan.
His work is featured in Cyril Frankel's book,'Modern Pots - Hans Coper,
Lucie Rie & their Contemporaries. The Lisa Sainsbury Collection', published by Thames & Hudson.
Owing to an unfortunate deterioration in my eyesight, I regret to say that I have had to end my career as a turner of wood.
After a sabbatical of two years I am now creating a new body of work. Later in 2013 I hope to have completely revamped the website which will include new work in bronze and wood.
Steve Howlett is no longer a Fellow of the Society of Designer Craftsmen,
having resigned in 2007 over isssues of quality.
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