Discover more about my latest projects, exhibitions and general happenings in the studio!
Visual Arts Scotland, North Exhibition
Not only did I have the excitement of being selected for the Visual Arts Scotland North exhibition, but I also had the pleasure of helping curate and hang the show! Working as part of the VAS team for almost a week at the Wasps' Inverness Creative Academy was an invaluable experience !
Bob Cat Gallery, Pop Up Winter Boutique
I am incredibly excited to announce I am taking part in Bobcat Gallery's Winter Boutique @putneyexchange from 28th November - 18th December!
Selling a gorgeous selection of affordable original and limited edition artworks, plus hand crafted gifts and accessories ✨
There are more than 50 artists taking part, with late night shopping with refreshments provided on 1st, 8th and 15th December, so make sure you mark your calendar!
Fronteer Independent Art Fair, Contemporary Art Centre , Chester
I had the best time at the recent inaugural Fronteer Independent Art Fair that took place at the Contemporary Art Centre Chester ( CASC) over the bank holiday weekend. Met a whole host of wonderful artists, and had fantastic conversations about my work with visitors to the fair.
What A Joke exhibition, AIR Gallery
I think we could all do with some humour right now! Very pleased to be part of this exhibition What A Joke at the Air Gallery in Altrincham. Exploring Humour in art. On from 20th May to 11 June. What A Joke
Reverb, Visual Art Scotland, Annual Exhibition
The Visual Art Scotland Annual Exhibition 2022 was due to take place in the Royal Scottish Academy in January 2022 . However , due to Covid it was postponed until later in the year. I was delighted to have my painting ‘sTop!2’ included . The exhibition showcases a diverse range of artforms and celebrated the collective resilience of the creative community. The exhibition takes place 19 March to 29 April 2022.
Spilt Milk Gallery
I have recently become a member of Spilt Milk Gallery CIC , a Social Enterprise based in Edinburgh. Their mission is to make motherhoods visible by promoting the work of artists who identify as mothers, and empowering mothers in the community through artist-led activity. By increasing the visibility of artist mothers, they aim to contribute to an inclusive culture where all voices and experiences can be represented and valued.
I am very pleased to be exhibiting as part of their Whose Story Is It? exhibition to be held at Edinburgh Palettte from 6-26 March.
Together We Rise, Reclaiming the Female Gaze
I am delighted to have my work selected for the ‘Together We Rise ‘ exhibition commencing 27 November. The exhibition is hosted by the Visionary Art Collective in New York and selection and curation is by the fantastic ArtgirlRising