Below find a collection of previous work for events, exhibitions and projects I have been a part of. My work often crosses over disciplines and I like to work between several at the same time.
Knot Series, Feb 2015
'Container', Cardboard Drawing, February 2013
'Surface', Cardboard drawing, February 2013
'Jar', Charcoal on Paper, A2, 2011
'Tabel Top Reflections', Pencil and Graphite on Paper, A3, 2014
'Get into Bed', Fine liner on Pen, A4, 2010
Pool Sketch, 2019
Paradise Arch, 2017
Hotel Canaima, 2017
'Triangle', Oil on Wooden Panel, 27" x 29", 2014
'Square', Oil on Wooden Panel, 26" x 29", 2014
'Semi-Circle', Oil on Wooden Panel, 27" x 28", 2014
'Jar on Board' (selection of 4), Oil on Board, Varied Sizes, 2011
Frame, 2010, Oil & Wood on Canvas
Lightning, Sep 2015
Cover up, Aug 2018
Uomini, Aug 2018
Open, Aug 2018
Veiled, Aug 2018
Roof, Aug 2018
Rise, Aug 2018
Building Squares, 2015
Bridport Open Studios 2017 with Sarah Jane Ross
For Briport Open Studios 2017 I shared a space with Sarah Jane Ross at her home and studio in Bridport.
Her work is industrial, sparse and political. The shapes and themes in her pieces complimented the abstract and colourful nature of my photographs and paintings.
The feedback was positive and we plan on working on another project in 2018/19.
Bridport Open Studios 2017
Hotel Canima, 2017.
Acrylic on Board
Collection of Photographs, 2017
Digital Prints taken in Spain, 2017
Comments from Bridport Open Studios 2017
Beyond the Surface, Nov 2015
A group show at Jam Factory in Oxford that took the surface as a topic and used 4 artists to explore this.
The artists were, myself, Rachel Dunford, Eva Fahle-Clouts and Marjory Mulrooney.
Beyond the Surface
Jam Factory, Nov 2015
Beyond the Surface, Nov 2015
Collecting the image
Many artists through history have been intrigued with the arrangement of gathered objects as collections and the obsessional nature of collecting.
With previous subject matters my work has focused on the object as representation or even replacement for human presence, no-where is this more apparent than in the project 'Collecting the Image'
The exhibition included a series of collected artefacts and images alongside new pieces.
'The Final Not' - Installation for Cre8 - Feb 2015
In Feb 2015 I organised and curated an exhibition entitled ‘CRE8’ featuring 8 local women artists to commemorate the Bridport Wildcat Strike of 1912. A self organised strike by female workers at a local net and rope making factory, the workers refused arbitration from the local MP, and only returned to work after a London trades union official came down, signed them up and settled the dispute.
As part of this I made ‘The Final Not’ a drawing installation referencing the original Knot that would have used by the women of 1912 to make the nets. The installation represents the repetitive and tiresome nature of the work and conditions.