During January some of these mouthy ladies will be on display at the lovely Stansfield & Hoole; a fabulous coffee house in Bicester. It’s always a pleasure to find these gems who support local artists.. and serve amazing cakes!
In support of the UN Org’s International Day For the Elimination of Violence Against Women on November 25th 2018, my ‘Watch Your Mouth Ladies,’ plus a few others, are on display for two weeks at the fabulous FLTR Coffee cafe in Langford Village, Bicester.
Affordable art and great coffee, what more could you want? http://www.fltrcoffee.co.uk
I’m thrilled to exhibit my artwork in support of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence. 20% of any sales made will be donated to the UN Women charity.
For more information on this subject please visit: http://www.unwomen.org/en
#endviolenceagainstwomenandgirls #hearmetoo #orangetheworld
I tried to paint something every day over the summer and these three cuties emerged at some point. They look great together: Mickey Mouse, Rosie’s Party and Driving Miss Daisy. Prints of all three are available!
I’m pleased to now be able to take orders via my website. Just click on the image of the print you’re interested in and follow the prompts; I’ll aim to dispatch orders within two working days. Different sizes of prints are available for each piece of artwork. Some originals are still available – please message me directly for details.
My latest piece of work has been a while in the making – life is busy! It’s a large scale oil and acrylic combination called ‘Not Sick, Just Broken: When Frida Met Amy’. She took a while to get right but I’m pleased with the result.
It seems like a lifetime ago now but my exhibition at ‘Art on the Hill’ back in March went brilliantly with three originals and lots of framed prints finding new homes. I have two more dates this year where I am fortunate enough to be displaying my ‘Watch Your Mouth Lady’ series. Watch this space…
Latest work: series entitled ‘Watch Your Mouth, Lady.’ It took a long time to be completely happy with them but I’m really pleased with the finished result. Prints of each have gone to new homes already!
What a fantastic weekend! On 18th and 19th March, I exhibited 15 pieces of original artwork at Brill School’s annual fundraising event ‘Art on the Hill.’ The feedback I received was overwhelmingly positive and I’m really pleased that a few of my pieces have found new homes. The event was extremely well organised and showcased a range of affordable art from a variety of fantastic local artists and sculptors.
Many thanks to anyone who came along to show their support. I’m now suitably inspired to find a few more hours in every day in which I can get painting again
I’m exhibiting! Please come along to beautiful Brill on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th March 2017 to buy inspiring, affordable art, get creative in a wide range of workshops, and take a break in the cafe. Why not take a stroll to see the breathtaking views from the windmill and round it all off with a drink or dinner in one of the lovely pubs?
If you haven’t been before – please do. It’s great fun and you might just find that special piece of art you’ve been looking for!