Dear Anni, gel pen, pencil on envelope (above right), will be exhibited in the Wells Art Contemporary in Wells Cathedral, Somerset, 20th July - 11th August 2019. Really looking forward to visiting this city and seeing how the work sits within this historic place of worship.

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We Can Only Have Fun On Certain Days

Curated by Warbling Collective, 22nd - 30th April 2019

My Drawing Please (pencil, gel pens and conservation tape on envelope fragments) is to be exhibited in the Warbling Collective's third exhibition, We Can Only Have Fun on Certain Days.

At Stour Space, Roach Road, Hackney Wick.

Please. found envelope fragments and conservation tape, gel pen and pencil, 2019.


Dark Yellow Dot Drawing Prize,  28th March - 24th April 2019

I am delighted to have been awarded first prize in the Dark Yellow Dot Drawing Prize 2019, curated by London Drawing Group and Dark Yellow Dot. Two of my drawings were selected and displayed in Buster Mantis in Deptford, alongside 9 other artists. 

At Buster Mantis, Deptford, which hosts some great live music events within the space.

Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize

My drawing Correspondence is displayed alongside 69 drawings by 67 artists and makers, selected from 1,711 works from across the UK by Nigel Hall RA, artist; Megan Piper, contemporary art dealer; and Dr Chris Stephens, Director of The Holburne Museum in Bath. 

Interalia Magazine, March 2019

On the overlooked and forgotten

An interview about my work has been published in Interalia Magazine, a magazine about the intersections and relationships between art, science and consciousness, edited by Richard Bright:

Feature on art writer Ruth Millington's blog, October 2018

Delighted to be featured on writer Ruth Millington's fantastic blog. Based in Birmingham, she writes a huge variety of content about various facets of the art world. She's worked in galleries, arts education and has had writing published in a range of publications including The Daily Express and The Telegraph. Check out her blog for reviews of exhibitions, interviews with artists and to keep up to date of art world happenings in Birmingham and beyond.

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