I will be exhibiting at Broadway Arts Trail, Art in the Park and Blue Magpie Art Fairs and the Compton Verney Textile Fair in the Midlands.
Further afield (TBC due to Covid restrictions) at Art in the Pen in Skipton, Yorkshire, WOMAD Festival, Melbourne and Wirksworth Art Trails in Derbyshire and Blackthorpe Barn Arts in Suffolk.
I am a member of The Gallery at The Guild in Chipping Campden where my work is on show all year round.
In July I will be exhibiting in Ledbury at Take 4 Gallery in an exhibition entitled 'Fur, Feather and Fin'
I’m on a mission to reclaim the art of making little glass animals and other objects and reinvent them for the 21st Century. I learnt to melt glass in the mid 1990s and quickly found my groove making affordable commissions, with an annual challenge of 24 new pieces for my Great Glass Advent Calendar. The most heard comment on my work is that it makes people smile. It’s definitely approachable, often funny and appeals to all ages.
I'm exhibiting in two places this year - at my own Red Shed Workshop and with Plaid Moon, a group of four Coventry Artists, - John Whitmore, Anita Sunger and Emma O'Brien). We're doing something quite unusual for Art Weeks - a series of collaborative pieces in arguably the most stunning venue in the whole area, Holy Trinity Church in Coventry.
This exceptional Medieval building is a well-loved Coventry icon and is right at the heart of the city centre next to the ruins of the old Cathedral.
Its huge spire is one of the famous 3 spires of Coventry, and as well as the church being impressive, there are many treasures within, including a rare 15th Century painting ‘The Coventry Doom’.
This is the first time the church has been a venue for Warwickshire Open Studios.
I’ve loved this new challenge working on collaborative pieces with 3 friends who all use different media (photography, fine art and drawing). If we stop laughing long enough, we might have some good stuff to show you!