Sunday, 31 October 2010

The finished exhibition set up

The exhibition is opening Saturday come along if you are in Watford.

Space2 pop up exhibition Watford

I spent Friday setting up my part of the exhibition, Space2 pop up with the New Hop Trust in Watford. The Space is looking good already even before the other artists have arrived. Here as some before and after pictures of my space.

Thursday, 28 October 2010

Sunday, 24 October 2010

upcoming shows

I am really busy this autumn with two exhibitions about to start, the first is a solo exhibition at Ashridge Managenent College from 1st November. It is by appointment with Elaine Taylor My other exhibition is Space2...with the New Hope Trust, a pop up exhibition curtated by Sophie Ronson the arts development officer for Watford Borough Council and the New Hope Trust. The exhibition is a joint exhibition with seven selected textile artists. It is taking place at 60-62 Queens Street Warford from 10am until 4pm from the 6th November until 18th December. I will be there on the 6th, 10th and 24th of November. Come along, it is for Charity and it will be great to have lots of visitors. I will upload some pictures of the exhibition when we have set up.

Tuesday, 19 October 2010


Following the interview in Boho Boxmoor there is going to be a article on my upcoming exhibition at Ashridge Management College, the exhibition starts on the 1st November but is by appointment only through

Saturday, 16 October 2010


I have just been interviewed by Boho Boxmoor, for the full interview follow the link to online article. Boho Boxmoor

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

No one can say that if you are an artist you don't travel to new places and meet lots of different people. Today it was my first time to Goodwood Race Course to hand in a submission for the National Open to be held in Chichester.

Sunday, 10 October 2010

The Twisted Thread

At long last the Knitting and Stitch Show has arrived which means I have bought my new high low table - hurrah! No more working on the floor and getting in all my family's way. As usual it was a great chance to buy some more lovely fabrics. There were, as always, some very interesting textiles in the textile exhibition by new graduates and established textile artists. My favorite was Elizabeth Tarr, she was showing her new body of work "Infanta series: run 1010" paper, fabric, indigo and stitch. Elizabeth explores the nature of memory, she aims to unite the darker tones of experience with a delight in the every-day. - Cached

Alright don't cry about it!

Spent the week doing the jobs that probably most artists put off, paperwork and proposals! Hard work, but good news! I have finished picture of Harry for the Ashridge Management College exhibition!!!