Exhibitions & Commissions

Rhythm with Blue showing at Rugby Open 2023-4

Rugby Open 2023

The Fold Open 2023

Open Print Exchange Book 2023

Lift the Sky 2023 ( www.LifttheSky.com)

Front Porch Gallery, Carlsbad, California

This project curated by artist Julie Weaverling was designed to create community and inspire thought and action through artworks as messages to the  world of hope and visions of what the world, could be. Each artist created panels 18 x 24 which were exhibited at the gallery and then produced in a book.

RBSA Open 2020 (Royal Birmingham Society of Artists)

Selected Monoprint

Wedding Commission 2019

I designed and installed 160 textile birds to decorate a wedding marque. 

Christmas Competition 2018

I won the competition to decorate the Christmas Tree in the Art Gallery and Museum at the Pump Rooms, Leamington Spa. I had an opportunity to decorate more of the gallery space too. Here are some pictures of my work.

Workshop on the Web (WOW) 2017

Commissioned to write an on line printing workshop

The Healing Project 2017

In 2017 I was  thrilled to have my first public commission! Emma Linnane, Arts Officer at University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire  approached me to create four pieces of work for the Radiology Department.


UHCW Flyer


I started by working up a sketchbook and a series of samples. Wanting to get feedback and comments from patients and staff, I spent two really fascinating days in the reception at the Arden Centre, setting up a small table to show my samples and talk to patients, families and staff to get their input and impressions.

I wanted to include healing/medicinal plants into the work, and get feedback from patients about this and what colours they preferred and how slightly naive and quirky  birds, butterflies and beetles might be incorporated into the pictures to make people smile.  Everyone unanimously wanted bright and vibrant hues and tones and images that would bring both cheer and hope.

I felt very privileged to  have undertaken this piece of work and went on to create four pieces that now hang in the Radiology Department waiting area.