Linda's large scale installation 'Ghosts in the Graveyard' is sited in the yuccary, amidst the national yucca collection, at Renishaw Hall and was due to open on the 18th March. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the house and gardens are now closed to the public until it is safe to re-open.


'Ghosts in the Graveyard' refers to a common name given to the plants that grow wild in Mexico, often in graveyards. The yucca plants are incredibly resilient, thrive in extreme conditions and regenerate really well after forest fires. They are a symbol of hope amidst the terrible devastation caused by global warming.

Linda is also thrilled to have been selected for the Crafts Council Hothouse scheme this year.


Previous Events

October 11th - 15th 2018

June 27th - 30th 2018

June 22, 23 & 24th 2018

May - August 2018

24th - 26th November 2017

3rd - 5th November 2017

27th - 29th October 2017

23rd - 24th September 2017

July 2017

January 14th - 22nd February 2017

November 25 - 27th 2016

June - October 2016

July - October 2016

GNCCF, Manchester

One Year In, New Designers, Islington London

Earth & Fire, Harley Gallery, Welbeck

Showcase, Yorkshire Sculpture Park Shop

Open Studios, Welbeck Winter Weekend, Harley Gallery

Lustre, Lakeside Art, Nottingham

Art& York, York Racecourse

3rd Sheffield Ceramics Festival, Meersbrook Park, Sheffield

Great Dome Art Fair, Buxton

'From the Land', Old Station Gallery, Rowsley

Harley Open Studios

Clay Collective - The Platform Gallery, Clitheroe, Lancashire