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A travelled painting

One of my paintings was born in Australia, travelled to the UK, relocated with me as I lived in 3 counties on the east coast of England, lived in storage for a few months, was exhibited once, had many suitors over the years and now has recently been sold. The life of a painting...

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On the move!

One thing I’ve learnt over the years is to not allow fear to stop me from the excitement of new adventures. One day my partner saw an ad for a “dream job” which meant that we would be saying goodbye to Norfolk where we were comfortably settled for over three years.  As a lover...

Supporting North Norfolk Surf Lifesaving Club

I’ve donated a recent piece of work called ‘Emerge and Resolve’ to help raise funds for our local Surf Lifesaving Club. The club does some amazing work and gives local children and young adults access to surf lifesaving skills and also work closely with the RNLI to train most of our beach lifeguards. The...

Open Doors Exhibition

Group Exhibition

With the easing of the second lockdown restrictions I’m happy to say that Art House Cafe in Cromer has once again reopened its doors. This means that not only can you enjoy some fabulous food and drink but ALSO view my abstract paintings that are currently for sale! Buy a unique piece of art...

Framed Artwork Cards

Tiny Tales

These original pieces of artwork are mounted on greeting cards and shipped with a frame. This means after the card has finished its time on the mantelpiece it can be framed and hung on the wall! Treat yourself to an original painting or gift it to your special someone. £30 each(Price includes card, 18.5cm x...

Artist Support Pledge

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many artists have found themselves without work, teaching, technical support and gallery work. Exhibitions and sales have disappeared. In an attempt to help alleviate some of this stress I have decided to take part in the #artistsupportpledge which is a movement to support artists during this difficult time....

Transition

This exhibition was created as I questioned life, my relationship to it and the transition from physical form....