I’m part of an exhibition next week in Bath that has been organised by artventure (http://www.artventure.uk.com/Welcome.html) It starts on the 28th April and finishes on the 4th May, private view is on the 29th, 6-9pm. If you happen to find yourself in Bath next week for whatever reason (day trip, business meeting, alien abduction) then head to 44AD Gallery and have a look around! (if the aliens permit it)

I’m part of an exhibition next week in Bath that has been organised by artventure (http://www.artventure.uk.com/Welcome.html) It starts on the 28th April and finishes on the 4th May, private view is on the 29th, 6-9pm. If you happen to find yourself in Bath next week for whatever reason (day trip, business meeting, alien abduction) then head to 44AD Gallery and have a look around! (if the aliens permit it)

Only a few more days to check out my mini-exhibition in Archie Browns Café. GO GO GO!

Last week I went to London to see some of my work on show at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea Park. It was simultaneously very awesome and very pink, and on top of seeing some of my very own paintings on display I got to spend time with rfillustrationfay-andreas and some other spectacularly fabulous people. I’ll post some more about it in the coming days (especially whose work I particularly enjoyed) but for now here are some photos of me with my work at the private view!

(Photo Credit to Rosie Horsley, what a babe)

Another one for the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea Park. The fair runs from the 13th-16th March, with a Private View on the 12th. Coombe Gallery will be at Stand I12. I still have a couple tickets for Thursday Late View entry which can alternatively be used for getting in during the day, so contact me if you’re interested in coming along!

Another one for the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea Park. The fair runs from the 13th-16th March, with a Private View on the 12th. Coombe Gallery will be at Stand I12. I still have a couple tickets for Thursday Late View entry which can alternatively be used for getting in during the day, so contact me if you’re interested in coming along!

New Painting! 
It has been a long time since I actually posted anything new on here. What on earth have I been doing?? (other than being rubbish at tumbling…)
Well, I’ve been in involved in a couple of exhibitions; one in Truro in a wonderful little café and health food store called Archie Browns (which is up till April 1st) and one in Porthminster Gallery in St. Ives (which finished on Saturday just gone… I am really good at keeping my blog up to date…)   
I’ve also been making some new work over the last few weeks for the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea park. I’m being represented by Coombe Gallery who I exhibited with back in October 2k13. I’ll post some more photos of the new paintings I’ve been doing over the coming week, but for now here is one I’ve titled 'We Are Not Pretending'. 
See you cats on the flip flop!

New Painting! 

It has been a long time since I actually posted anything new on here. What on earth have I been doing?? (other than being rubbish at tumbling…)

Well, I’ve been in involved in a couple of exhibitions; one in Truro in a wonderful little café and health food store called Archie Browns (which is up till April 1st) and one in Porthminster Gallery in St. Ives (which finished on Saturday just gone… I am really good at keeping my blog up to date…)   

I’ve also been making some new work over the last few weeks for the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea park. I’m being represented by Coombe Gallery who I exhibited with back in October 2k13. I’ll post some more photos of the new paintings I’ve been doing over the coming week, but for now here is one I’ve titled 'We Are Not Pretending'. 

See you cats on the flip flop!

Last week I was getting some of my work ready to take to Devon for an exhibition I’m part of with Coombe Gallery in Dartmouth. My friend Emma was super kind and drove me and the paintings out of county to drop them off at the gallery, and we enjoyed a lovely couple of hours mooching around the town!

The exhibition runs from the 25th October to the 16th November, so if you happen to be in the area do pop in to take a look.