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Exhibitions and Awards

July-Oct 2023

Mending exhibited in the biennial Quay Arts Open Exhibition.

June-August 2022​

Watercolour with Wormhole exhibited in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

August 2022​

SET[me]FREE exhibited in the Time of Her Life dolls house gallery exhibition.

May-September 2022

Reflections on display in the cottage "nook" and Delicacy on display in the "eggschange" at Ever Garden sculpture garden and cottage.

April 2022

Watercolour with Wormhole shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

January-March 2022

Collision, Watercolour with Wormhole, Reflections, Protect Your Own and Lockdown with Lifering selected for the SIX Exhibition in the West Gallery at Quay Arts showing the work of the six winners of the Quay Arts Open 2021.

November 2021

Reflections selected for the Mirror Mirror on the Wall Exhibition at The House of Smalls.

September 2021

Upended selected for the Looking Out from Lockdown Exhibition at Independent Arts Creative Hub Gallery.

August 2021

Couture for the New Age shortlisted for the inaugural Monkton Art prize and exhibited in the Acons Gallery at Monkton Arts Cafe.

June 2021

 Awarded the Group Show Prize. at the Quay Arts Biennial Open Exhibition 2021


June 2021

Upended and Transcendence selected for the Quay Arts Biennial Open Exhibition 2021

Awarded the Group Show Prize.

November 2019

Ghost Dance I & Ghost Dance II selected for the Quay Arts Biennial Open Exhibition 2019

September 2017

Haute Bandolier with Silver Bullet selected for the London Art the Arms Fair exhibition (exhibited alongside a Banksy!).

August 2017

Sculptural works Protect Your Own, Tall Poppy and Keep it Together shortlisted for the National Open Art exhibition.

November 2016

Lisa Heath Wearable Art online art jewellery store launched, 

October 2016

Sculptural art work Vintage Tea exhibited at the Blue Fox Gallery, Ryde, Isle of Wight. Sold.

August 2016

Exhibition and sale of jewellery at the Peoples Gallery, Ryde, Isle of Wight.


July 2015

Sculptural work It Was So Beautiful selected for the Summer Salon exhibition hosted by Foal Arts at the Depozitory in Ryde, Isle of Wight.


May - July 2015

Two sculptural works, Beginning to See the Light and It's Just Where I Ended Up, selected for Quay Arts Open Exhibition 2015 hosted by the Quay Arts Centre, Newport, Isle of Wight.


May 2015

Jewellery and sculptural work exhibited as part of the Isle of Arts Ventnor Arts Trail (, Isle of Wight.


February 2015

Jewellery and sculptural work exhibited and sold at a pop up gallery hosted by Little Nook Events at the Missy J Café, Ryde, Isle of Wight.


December 2014

Two sculptural works, Unravelled, Unrivalled and Might There be a Way Out,  selected for and sold at the Winter Salon exhibition hosted by Foal Arts at the Depozitory in Ryde, Isle of Wight.


September 2013

Dedicated showroom opened at The Old Farmhouse, Wootton Bridge, Isle of Wight, regular sales.


July 2013

Group exhibition in the Vestas Atrium as part of Isle of Wight Open Studios – 10 pieces sold.


April 2011

International Metal Clay Guild Visual Trigger Challenge – second place.  Published in the Guild magazine - Fusion (issue 16).


October 2010

International Metal Clay Guild Visual Trigger Challenge – third place.  Published in the Guild magazine - Fusion (issue 14) - with special mention for political content of work.


September 2008

Joint exhibition in Hong Kong with established Hong Kong artist Polly Snaith MFA – nine pieces sold.



Studied at the Asimi College of Jewellery (now Asimi Art), Hong Kong under Bibianna Cheung (trained at London Guildhall) specializing in jewellery made from precious metal clay.


Previous Incarnation

BScHons in Medical Physiology

Registered Patent Attorney1990 – 2007: patent & trademark law, business development and computer systems design for patent law firms in New Zealand, Hong Kong and Beijing.

Fluent in Chinese.


sculptural art & 
art jewellery

I love to experiment with everything I come across and I particularly enjoy anything that is either innately curvaceous or which can be manipulated into curves such as metal, clay, silver clay, polyvinyl acetate, textiles and thread.


The textile aspect of the works I have been playing with since childhood when my devoted mother taught me weaving, knotting, embroidery, crochet, knitting, sewing and many other craft based techniques.  I really enjoy coaxing these skills out of their traditional roles and into the modern artistic context of sculpture and sculptural jewellery design.

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