I’m a visual artist whose work embraces a range of art forms both digital and traditional. Taking my inspiration from geological features, I reflect on the passing of time, and my connection to Place. Shore and coastline, and the social history of landscape provide a starting point for the vibrant paintings, prints and sculpture that together form my current project. My large commissioned work for the Marlowe Theatre Art Wall was installed in 2011 and hangs in the theatre foyer in Canterbury.
I’m currently preparing workshops for artists and non-artists on (1) incorporating digital practices into artwork, and (2) exploring ageing and the menopause. I’m also writing a children’s book.
Until 2013 I was the managing curator of the Harbour Arm Gallery, a privately owned gallery space in Margate. In my time there I supported the work of regional and national artists, using the gallery space to explore ideas and exhibit new contemporary work in a diversity of media.