10th-15th December 2018, Coningsby Gallery, London, W1T
Group exhibition, hung by Danny Rolph
Private view Tuesday 11th December from 6.30pm
Artists' talks Saturday 15th December from 11am, I will be reading my poetry and talking about Bird
PURE Arts Annual Exhibition
6th-15th October 2018, Powder Mills Gallery, Battle, East Sussex
Part of the PURE Arts Exhibition, taking place in Battle, East Sussex. I will be exhibiting a selection of prints and small ceramic sculptures.
Society of Women Artists, 157th annual show 2018
25-30th September 2018, Mall Galleries, The Mall, London, SW1
Honoured to have 'She will try not to cry and will pick you up and hold you in her broken wings' chosen to be exhibited in the 157th annual exhibition of the Society of Women Artists.
Graduate Show 2018
5th-9th July 2018,
The Art Academy, The old Newington Library, Walworth Street, Elephant & Castle
Selection of work Exhibited at Taylor James, London
December 2017 - Current
Showcasing sculpture, painting and print in the Taylor James Studio, London. See link
Surrey Sculpture Society, Landmark Exhibition
3rd October 2017
Exhibiting two sculptures in this amazing venue. Thank you Surrey Sculpture Society for inviting me to exhibit!
Woolwich Print Fair, Woolwich, London
20 October 2017
Thrilled to be exhibiting 4 monoprints in the Woolwich Print Fair 20-13 October 2017. Thanks to the Brocket Gallery for asking me!
Edges, The Tabernacle, Notting Hill Gate
16 October 2017
Group exhibition, with a fantastic collective of fellow artists. The theme is explored explored in many media, oil, printmaking, acrylic, watercolour...
The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, 2017
05 June - 20 August 2017
An amazing privilege to be exhibiting "purity in Dark World' in this year's RA Summer exhibition, a wonderful experience
Summer Show, Ayot St Lawrence, 2017
05 June 2017
Lovely Summer Show in the old Palladian Church of Ayot St Lawrence, George Bernard Shaw's old hang out..
Blake Society Tithe Grant Award 2016, Runner -up
03 November 2016
One line, one picture
‘The great and golden rule of art, as well as of life, is this: That the more distinct, sharp, and wiry the bounding line, the more perfect the work of art; and the less keen and sharp, the greater is the evidence of weak imitation, plagiarism, and bungling … Leave out this line, and you leave out life itself’ (A Descriptive Catalogue, William Blake, 1809)