Creative Dissent at Tate Exchange 2019

Some of my work will be on show in Tate Modern on Friday 15th March 2019 as part of an exhibition, workshop and debate around Creative Dissent. This is part of a collaboration between Plymouth College of Art and Tate called Propositions for Change – perfect for my ideas. Other projects are running during the […]

‘Half Life’

Half Life is an interactive installation at Radiant Gallery, Plymouth continuing until 17th Nov 2018. I have been invigilating in this thought-provoking, evocative space. A museum at the end of time, the remains of our beautiful world. A carousel. A field of flowers. But the cruel wind blows. As you ride the carousel, haunting music […]

‘Fractured Water’

My practice revolves around environmental issues and plastic pollution, so when my collaborative partner for the Impact 10 conference told me that she was sending me a gift of a traditional terracotta water carrier I was very excited. It would contrast  beautifully with the plastic bottles that had been the focus of previous work. I […]

IMPACT 10

12 students plus tutors from Plymouth College of Art travelled to Santander on the Pont Aven with Brittany Ferries for this exceptional printmaking conference. It was a festival of printmaking in every form imaginable, across 20 venues, with contributors from across the globe. We had been allocated a huge new exhibition / workshop space at […]

Drawn to the Valley Open Studios

If you are near Plymouth this autumn look out for the Open Studios event 22-30th September 2018 which involves nearly 100 artists from the beautiful Tamar Valley who open their doors to show their work. It is a wonderful opportunity to meet the artists and talk to them about what inspires them, as well as […]

Performance Art again!

A new date over the Bank Holiday Weekend on the stunning Plymouth Hoe! Find us at the Liner Lookout Cafe near Smeaton’s Tower. My aims are to increase awareness of plastic pollution and stimulate conversations about what we as individuals can do to help save the planet. See: Plymouth Against Plastic on Facebook for more […]

Taku-hon and Gyo-taku

Takuhon (ink rubbing) is an ancient Japanese art of print making whereby books were made by transcribing onto paper the protruding shapes from the scripts of sutras engraved on stone monuments, wood, metals, and earthenware. The method can be used to create impressions of any textural object. Thin Japanese washi paper is dampened and pressed […]