I’m delighted to introduce two of my fellow Raglan Arts Weekend artists - Brodie Reynolds and Toni Kingstone. Here’s the inside scoop on their art and inspirations, how they got on during lock down, and what they’re working on now.This way Read Meet Brodie and Toni – my Raglan Arts Weekend buddies
The Raglan Arts Weekend is our annual open studio tour, now over Labour Weekend (24th to 26th October). Wondering how to get around and plan your trail? Here’s your guide to the Raglan Arts Weekend in 3 easy steps.This way Read Your easy guide to the Raglan Arts Weekend [+ video]
You’ve been seeing my new collection, In the Heart of the Wild, come together all year. Guess what - now you can see it in person! For the second time this year, I’d like to invite you to the Raglan Arts Weekend. And, I have new artworks to show you!This way Read You’re invited! (again)
There IS something to the advice, “get out and go for a walk” because getting outside and into nature is so good for us! So I’ve made you a short video. It’s full of nature, crunchy frost, glowing fog, trees laden with blossom and tuis, and plenty of noses.This way Read How are you going?
The artworks from my new, as yet untitled, nature collection are slowly making their way into the world. Getting feedback from people who aren’t so close to my creative process is so helpful. Can you help?This way Read I could use your thoughts!
I’m delighted to be part of the Exploring Risograph exhibition that’s on now at Beautiful Things. Some of the black and white ballerina paintings from my Spotlight collection are now coloured risograph prints!This way Read My black & white ballerinas are now in colour!