Agnes Jones is an art blacksmith who makes a range of work, from large public art sculptures to garden and homeware commissions. Her work can be seen all across the UK, and she is available for commissions and teaching. 


"I have worked as an art blacksmith for nine years now, and have always been led by drawing. Working with line drawing allows you to create pieces that are full of character and movement, and translates so well from pen to steel, allowing a very solid material to seem like it’s been sketched in the air. I have been exploring how to use line more sparingly and simply, leaving you to fill in form on your own. The location and area around each piece is important as the work is forced to interact with the shapes, movement and feel of a site."


Art Societies and Prizes


Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths, Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths

Shortlisted for Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque Prize 2014




Artist Residency - Draw International, Caylus France

No Expected Outcome - Iota Glasgow

Leaving Home - CAA - Contemporary Applied Arts London

Uppark - Unravelling the Trust Sussex

Natural Flux Bonsai - Brick Lane

Cafe KussKuss - Berlin


Mural for Alloa housing association

Hugh MacDiarmid Mural for Langholm art trail

Public art gate commission for St Clement’s Housing Development - Mile End 

Sculptures for the National Trust's Unravelling the Trust at Uppark

Sculpture for The Wright Brothers Oyster bar in Spitalfields

Benches and railings in Little Hollows development, Chelmsford

Benches in various locations across Glasgow

Architectural work for the ‘Little Library’ in London Bridge Gibbons Rent

Gates, fire grates, signs and weathervanes around the UK, France and Chicago.


Press and Publications

Woman’s Hour interview Radio 4 

‘Rial Talk podcast on Steel

Homes and Interiors Scotland 

Article in Artist Blacksmith Magazine on Blacksmithing in Mali

Dalstonist - ‘Upstart’ Iron Lady 

Gardens Illustrated

Art-o-mart blog




"The Little White Rose gives a dose of happiness every time I see it and I think it's an emotive and lovely Creation" - Rose, Langholm

“Agnes Jones has a wonderful illustration style that looks, at first glance loose and whimsical, but is in fact immensely detailed” Art-o-mart

“Best blacksmith in London. Lovely designs” Baroness Glenys Thornton




Glasgow School of Art - Master of Research Creative Practices 

Hothouse - Crafts Council and New Creative Markets - Cockpit Arts

University of Brighton BA - Wood, Metal, Ceramics and Plastics 2.1