My work at Delamore featured quite prominently in recent articles in the Western Morning News and Devon Life, see below! Work available to buy on their website here
This year Delamore Arts will be online only due to Covid 19. For the time being please see my work on their website Delamore Arts and maybe a live event will take place down the line.
I’m delighted to have been invited to participate in on form at Asthall Manor next year. The exhibition will take place between 14th June and 20th July 2020.
Delighted to be invited to exhibit in the Winter Sculpture Exhibition at RHS Rosemoor this year. 14th November – 31st January; please come!
Thank you to Piet and Lieve for inviting me to exhibit some of my work at their Beukenhof in Belgium this summer. Exhibition still ongoing – well worth a visit!
I’m pleased to say that I’ll be exhibiting some of my work at the Garden Gallery again this year. I look forward to visiting Rachel and her lovely house some time in March to install ready for her 25th Anniversary exhibition which opens on 1st June and closes 6th July.
I’m looking forward to exhibiting work at Delamore Arts for the first time next year. It takes place throughout May 2019 and I’ll be showing work currently in production. Hope to see you there!
I’m looking forward to exhibiting work at on form again this year which takes place from Sunday June 10th to 8th July. The last few months have been productive and it’ll be great to see my new work in the amazing grounds of Asthall Manor.
I was very pleased to win the Clyde&Co Staff Vote this year. Thanks to everyone at the firm who voted for me!
Winning the 2015 Staff Vote has capped a fabulous involvement with Clyde & Co who have been so supportive over this year. The Art Award scheme has provided so many of us with inspiration, guidance and encouragement. Thank you to both Louise and Uma for their professionalism, as well as to others who are helping make this a very important initiative.
My work is very much a product of the City & Guilds of London Art School with its unique combination of craft and fine art-based teaching. Studying the traditional techniques of the stone carver next door to artists wrestling with concepts in fine art was a thrilling experience. It was impossible not to be inspired in such an atmosphere. I hope this sometimes difficult blend can be nurtured and protected as the school moves forward.
Finally, thank you to the staff at Clyde & Co for choosing Emotional Scale as the winner of this year’s Staff Vote, you clearly have excellent taste. 😉