2018 Afternoon Tea, Bristol (Forthcoming)
2018 The Pearl Collective, Edinburgh (Forthcoming)
2017 The Japanese House, Barbican Centre
2017 Clerkenwell Design Week, London
2017 Create to Commemorate, Royal Cornwall Museum
2016 New Designers, Design Business Centre
2016 You Are Here, Trelissick National Trust Gardens
She Is Fierce, Issue 3, 2018
Etsy Lookbook, 2017
Emerging Potters, Issue 4, Oct-Dec 2016
Craft Design House, Edinburgh, UK
HEAL'S Tottenham Court Road, London, UK
Meta Gallery, Cornwall, UK
@Work Gallery, London, UK
BA (Hons) Contemporary Craft, Falmouth University
Through her sculptures ceramic artist Isobel Higley intends to evoke a sense of positivity within her surroundings. Higley’s distinctive illustrative style, combined with a pleasant fusion of humour and fantasy, creates work with a strong narrative.
Embodying inviting and tactile forms, Higley actively encourages her audience to interact both her sculptures and her domestic work.
As a ceramic artist Higley uses sustainable processes in her practice wherever possible to reduce negative impact on the environment.