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Retro dining…

With  thanks to Munch, in Hadleigh for their enthusiasm and support.  Placement of art work is a considered entity, with change of meaning possible with each new stage.  Here, I was able to take on more of a stylist role, siting my work as a focal point, to bring balance to the retro interior - My work created a middle ...

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Studio 19 – The Collective Leigh Art Trail Show 2014

                      Studio 19 invited me to showcase my Leigh Art Trail collection within their studio gallery in a collective show that married a diverse range of media, and matter together in a bold incubator of differing ...

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@Clerkenwell Design Week

                    The Hive Artists were invited to create interactive ‘live’ works within Wagstaff Interiors during the 2014 Clerkenwell Design Week: in reality a bunch of ‘fine artists’ were asked to liven up what is otherwise a ...

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@Creative Colony – POP UP!

  A special mention goes to my sculptor friend, Alexandra Harley who so kindly donated her work to this exhibition and has worked tirelessly to support the execution of this project.  Check out her cool blog. With thanks, also, to Chelmsford College, and all the staff/students, and new-found ...

Art of the 5 Senses – Collective Exhibition, Chelmsford

As part of the recent 'Sensation Festival', I was invited to exhibit in a collective exhibition at the Ideas Hub.  With an overall theme of the 5 senses, I decided to focus upon the theme of 'Sensory Overload' when curating my collection. This series of works explores the relationship between the written word and ...

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Gatehouse Arts Exhibition – SEEN2

I unveiled my new painting at the SEEN2 exhibition, a collaboration between The Hive Artist Studios & Gatehouse Arts in July.  I had some fantastic feedback from many people interested in the 'political' but honest themes found embedded in my work.  I decided to submit the work below to respond to the social 'folklore' ...