What is not. With Anders Ljungberg. Galerie Rosemarie Jaeger. Germany

October 2, 2015


Radiant Pavilion. Melbourne. Australia.

August 19, 2015

Unbroken#3 copy

Testing, experimenting and playing

August 8, 2015

working with pewter. 2015

Radiant Works, Melbourne. Australia.

August 8, 2015

Fixing the Unbroken: New making on the Vessel


The Loft Space @ Fehily Contemporary
3a Glasshouse Rd
Collingwood 3066
27 August – 5 September
Wed-Sat 11am-5.30pm

Closing Event Fri 4 Sep, 6-8pm

Fixing the Unbroken features the work of three silversmiths who push at the boundaries of contemporary silversmithing practice, each challenging the status quo in his own way. Clarke (UK) with his sense of humour and satire, Bauhuis (Germany) his alchemic metallurgical impossibilities and Bila (Australia) with his collisions of the archaic and the digital, do not set out to suggest that there is anything wrong with the medium. Rather, in Fixing the Unbroken each with gentle subversion offer new perspectives on vessel making.

Many a Slip. Marsden Woo Gallery. Curator Alison Britton

June 25, 2015


22nd July – 5th September 2015

Marsden Woo Gallery

New works; exploring pewter casting

June 6, 2015

David Clarke1

developing ‘AWOL.” absent without leave.

April 28, 2015


Many a Slip: Invited artists juggle with the domestic symbol of ‘the cup.’

April 22, 2015

Working thru ideas with Wentworth, who are assisting me in this cup project.

Marsden Woo Gallery London. 22nd July-5th September 2015

Guest curator; Alison Britton

cup9 cup6 cup4 cup2 cup1 cup

Metalsmith Magazine. Tender Morbidity by Garth Clark.

April 7, 2015

Tender1 Tender2 Tender3 Tender4

Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork

February 4, 2015



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