JOHN CREED studied Liverpool School of Art specialising in Silversmithing. Worked in the trade as designer and craftsman. Lecturer at Glasgow School of Art. Established professional practice as Designer and Maker of silverware, architectural metalwork, public art, objects for interiors. Works commissioned for: The Vatican. Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, London. National Museum of Scotland.
Maker of the first reconstructions of the Deskford Carnyx, Loughnashade Horn, Ard Brin Horn, St Adamnan’s Bell.
His role in EMAP is to make: one Loughnashade Horn, two Lituui.
UK galleries which show Creed's work: Contemporary Applied Arts, London. The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh.
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