Delicate and richly hued wood forms distinguish the work of Joey Richardson from Lincolnshire who will be demonstrating all her techniques of turning, carving, piercing, texturing and airbrushing colour.

She started turning in 1993, twelve years later she was awarded a bursary from the Worshipful Company of Turners of London and is now an active Liveryman of the company. In 2012 Joey received a scholarship from the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) to cast her original wooden forms in glass creating a new and exciting concept. She is now experimenting combining wood with bronze, silver and photography.

Joey demonstrates internationally and her work is many collections, exhibitions and museums around the world. She is currently working with QEST on a proposed international wood exhibition in London which aims to promote the valuable role of craft in everyday life as well as increasing the awareness of wood as a collectable art form.