I am pleased to announce my drawings have been selected for the Bow Arts Open Show 2012. The exhibition is curated by Bob and Roberta Smith (Artist), Skye Sherwin (Arts writer, Guardian), Emilie Faure (White Cube) and Rosamond Murdoch (The Nunnery). Speaking about the selection, Bob & Roberta Smith said, “This is a celebration of […]Read more "Bow Arts Open Show 2012"
Ok, I have bitten the bullet. After four years of stubbornness I have finally paid for my own website. My logic was that, with all these free services like Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest allowing me to connect with new and interesting audiences, what was the point in shelling out my hard earned cash for my […]Read more "New website"
My latest series of drawings are now available for purchase. Gallery and price list here » P&P will be additional and invoiced separately. Framing is included in the purchase cost. My drawings address notions of time, space and human existence. Constructed from thousands of tiny marks, references are made to micro and macro exploration. From […]Read more "Latest drawings for sale"
Today I officially became a member of Bow Arts Trust! So excited to move into my new studio with Elizabeth Murton and Lizzie Cannon. One of the key things I learnt after finishing art school in 2007 was my need for 1) a space separate to my living accommodation in which to create artwork and […]Read more "Bow contract signed!"
1 February marks the beginning of a new venture as I join the studio group at Bow Arts Trust. I will be sharing a studio with two superb artists – Elizabeth Murton and Lizzie Cannon, both of whom I met at my previous studio at Cor Blimey Arts. Bow Arts was established in 1995 when […]Read more "Moving to Bow Arts"
On 10 November I took part in a live Q&A session for the Guardian focusing on professional artists. The discussion ranged from networking knowhow, to guidance on how to present the best portfolio and how to make the most of your qualifications in your career. The impressive panel of artists and arts professionals included Lisa […]Read more "Guardian Live Q&A"
Brief Encounter is an on-going project exploring the intensification and acceleration of social exchanges and activities across world-time and space-time. My drawings and video work confront this situation by offering a crucible where heterogeneous forms of sociability are worked out through a dynamic network of forms – before, during and after production. Lines are traced […]Read more "Statement on my current practice"
Following my move to Cor Blimey Arts in July, I am currently participating in my first Open Studios. It is quite a nerve wracking experience, particularly listening to other people critiquing my drawings (think I have got used to it being the other way round!). Great to have my new series of work out in […]Read more "Open studios at Cor Blimey Arts"