NHS Commission

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Additional NHS Commission prints, framed up and ready to be hung at the James Wigg Practice Baby gym……

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Candid Arts Trust Spring Salon II

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I’ll be showing some large works including ‘Space Doll’ and ‘Fashion Twins’ at the Candid Arts Trust Spring Salon II

It would be lovely to see you if you can make it along

Private View: 16th April, 6-9pm

Exhibition open: 17th-26th April, 12-6pm

5 Torrens Street,
(Nearest tube Angel)


Candid Arts Spring Salon 2

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Excited to tell you that two of my works have been selected for the Candid Arts Trust Spring Salon 2 on Thursday 16th April (6-9pm)

My special ‘Space Doll’ and ‘Fashion Twins’ will be on display:



Show goes up…..

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Phew…back after a busy day of hanging and curating at Free Space Gallery..the space looks Fantastic…..so bright and vibrant!
Accurately measuring & painting this board for my mini Illustrations was the tricky part but it was worth the time….I think this board will be a regular feature at shows & exhibitions……


Solo Exhibition

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Just six days until I start putting the work for my Solo Exhibition up!! super busy…..don’t forget the Private View for my show is Friday 6th Feb (6.30-9pm) & I’m also holding a ‘Vintage Tea Party’ in aid of Breast Cancer Care & Beating Bowel Cancer to start the show (3.30-5pm)

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Press Release Solo Show

‘Boys To Men…Human Suffering Part 2

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Following the hugely successful ‘Human Suffering’ Exhibition at Debut Contemporary Gallery (curated by Artist Barry Martin), the show has been extended with additional theme: ‘Boys To Men’.

A brief which has no doubt taken me out of my comfort zone as I’m used to focusing my work around female themes.

I always ensure that how I interpret a set brief can relate back to my personal outlook & experiences and so wanted to ensure that what I created reflects the ethos of my work and a subject which fascinates me; in this case child development and how childhood experiences can stay and affect us into adulthood.

As you will be aware a recurring muse in my work are dolls, so I felt it would be exciting to create an Artwork based around seemingly innocent, ‘charming’ toys which a great deal of little boys like to play with and what they could represent in an adult context:

Wooden Soldiers: War

Toy Guns: Violence

Vintage Toys holding hands: Relationships & Heartbreak

Robots: Technology taking over

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