Wednesday, 23 November 2016

UKYA Festival Derby

One of the best arty weekends ever.
Thank you UKYA. xxx

Monday, 31 October 2016

Painting as Ruin - hARTslane

A few snaps from collaboration at hARTslane, New Cross, London, with artist Charlie Betts.
Show was open 21 - 22 October 2016

Thursday, 13 October 2016

UKYA Festival, Derby

UK Young Artists National Festival: Derby 2016
Friday 4 - Sunday 6 November
All events are free

I am delighted to announce that my work, glitter. garden. garbage., has been selected for UK Young Artists National Festival in Derby this November. The festival showcases the work of some of the UK’s artists aged between 18-30 working across visual art, applied art, performance, moving image, music, digital art, sculpture and spoken word, and takes place in all of Derby’s brilliant arts spaces and various pop-up and outdoor locations. All events are free, so do come along to the festival to see my work, alongside the work of 80 incredibly talented artists. There’s also a programme of free workshops and professional development talks that you can attend.

Hope to see you there!
Full programme information available at

Painting as Ruin, hARTslane, New Cross

Newsletter #11

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Thread and Contemporary Art - curatorial project

Had a wonderful time curating, organising and being a part of this show! Really proud of the exhibition - one of the best we have had in the Riverside Cafe Gallery to date. Thank you to my lovely artists - Maggie Williams (who co-curated), Charlie Betts, Laura Coates, Alice Du Port, Glynis Lamond and Morwenna Lake. PV went smoothly, see more info about the show here:

Sunday, 21 August 2016

Thread and Contemporary Art

Upcoming show: Thread and Contemporary Art
Riverside Cafe Gallery, Farnham Maltings
17 September - 4 October
PV 17 September, 6-8pm

Showing new work group exhibition with artists Charlie Betts, Laura Coates, Alice Du Port, Julia Keenan, Morwenna Lake, Glynis Lamond and Maggie Williams.
'Thread and Contemporary Art brings together eight female artists, who engage with thread and textiles in their practices.'

Newsletter #10

Long-listed for Secret Art Prize

Please vote for my work in the Curious Duke Gallery's annual open call the Secret Art Prize.
Really appreciate it, thank you. x

Sunday, 31 July 2016

Collaborative work with Charlie Betts

Photographing our paintings framed by Waverley Abbey Ruins. Brought the work to life. Thinking about fragility, deconstruction/construction, monumental/un-monumental, scenery/backdrop and surface. Planning our show at Harts Lane Gallery, New Cross, for October.