A history of domestic appliances

A history of domestic appliances

Making new work without bitumen paint, A history of domestic appliances (100x120x4cm, oil on canvas, 2021) explores power relations and hierarchies. It denies historical and religious references in its title, yet patriarchy is there and its coat of arms are 5...
Work on paper for sale

Work on paper for sale

Works on paper are now available to buy direct from my online website shop. All watercolours are 42x30cm (or 30x42cm) and priced at £200.   Watercolour & ink works are intentionally narrative and at once joyous & dark. They engage with a variety of themes...
Showing with Maternal Art

Showing with Maternal Art

New work will be online with the Maternal Art website. Maternal Art is run by Helen Sargent with Tea with MAM and many other events. They are a UK based independent Gallery, Publishing House and Shop, bringing together work by artists who produce inspirational work...
Painting selected

Painting selected

My painting She wanted to swim through the broadest of lives (oil and bitumen on canvas, 40x40x4cm, 2020) has been selected for the Kinghouse Art magazine and it can be viewed on www.kinghouseartgallery.com/pages/issue-01-the-year-is-2020
Painting selected for Distanced Domestic show

Painting selected for Distanced Domestic show

Not enough hours in the day (watercolour and ink, 15x18cm) is one of many small watercolours selected as part of Distanced Domestic. An exhibition by Co. Curation that re-evaluates our relationships with domestic space and unpaid labour. The realities of home life...

New dark paintings

I am currently focussing on new work in my studio that has dark and ironic themes about women, selfhood and Subjectivity. Women’s lives are split between so many things that make representing their lived everyday reality impossible. We are bombarded by images of...