A mini round-up of where you can see my original artworks exhibited and creative events and collaborations I've enjoyed.

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Live now

  • Summer colours, Group exhibition, Otley Courthouse (26 May to 30 June 2024)
  • The Sea, Fronteer Gallery, Sheffield (opens 28 May 2024)
  • Little pouffes of joy (flower series), mini solo display at PlantsDOTcom, Otley (27 May to 12 July 2024)
  • Flowerscapes, mini solo display at Jac 51 salon, Otley (30 April to June 2024)

Save the date

  • Horsforth Walk of Art (6 and 7 July 2024)
  • Kirkstall Art Trail (20 and 21 July 2024)
  • Wildlife Friendly Otley (26 to 27 October 2024)

    Current affiliations

    Flower painting with bee

    Recent exhibitions

    Textured landscape painting

    • Ancient Landscapes, Fronteer Gallery, Sheffield (26 April to 12 May 2024)
    • The Virtual Exhibition of Abstract and Semi Abstract Art, Art Gallery SW, in aid of the Alzheimer's Society (1 to 30 April 2024)
    • Owls, mini solo display at PlantsDOTcom, Otley (March–May 2024)
    • Seascape trio, mini solo display at Jac 51 salon, Otley (January–April 2024)Seascape painting triptych
    • The Virtual Exhibition of UK Landscapes and Cityscapes, Art Gallery SW, in aid of the Alzheimer's Society (25 February to 31 March 2024)
    • Birds of a feather, mini solo display at PlantsDOTcom, Otley (January–March 2024)
    • Landscapes & seascapes, Open Gallery, Halifax (5 March to 23 March 2024)
    • Home, Fronteer Gallery, Sheffield (28 February to 14 March 2024)
    • Plants, Fronteer Gallery, Sheffield (28 February to 14 March 2024)
    • Place, time & memories, Meta Space Gallery, online (10 February to 4 March 2024)

    Past exhibitions

    • Sunflowers, mini solo display at PlantsDOTcom, Otley (November–December 2023
    • Winter Lights, Fronteer Gallery, Sheffield (November–December 2023)
    • Square Works, Collect Art, Online (October–November 2023)
    • Fronteer Open, Fronteer Gallery, Sheffield (1–18 November 2023)
    • Landscapes, mini solo display at PlantsDOTcom, Otley (August–October 2023)
    • Wildlife Friendly Otley, The Courthouse, Otley (October 2023)
    • Air, Water, Earth & Fire, Open Gallery, Halifax (September–October 2023)
    • Summer exhibition, Open Gallery, Halifax (August–September 2023)
    • Botany exhibition, Fronteer Gallery, Sheffield, (July–August 2023)
    • Botanical & Floral Art Exhibition, Open Gallery, Halifax (July 2023)
    • Yorkshire life drawing group exhibition, Upco, Otley (October 2022)
    • Reading Charity Art Fair, Reading (October 2021)
    • Open studio, Reading (October 2018)

    People at an exhibition

    Art & craft markets

    • Otley coffee culture pop-up market, Otley (Saturday 27 April 2024)
    • Christmas Fayre, St Joseph's, Otley (16 December 2023)
    • Pyramid of Arts Trail & Market, Leeds (August 2023)
    • Kirkstall Arts Trail, Kirkstall (July 2023)
    • Otley coffee culture pop-up market, Otley (November 2022)
    • University of Reading Staff Common Room festive market, Reading (December 2021)
    • Popup Cottage, Reading and Oxfordshire (two events, 2017)


    In 2022–23, I teamed up with the University of Leeds Special Collections team to provide an exhibition project collaboration for my MA Design students. Proud to announce that there is a highlights reel from the students’ projects included in the “Preserving the passion: Northern Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet” exhibition. The exhibition is live at the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery until 23 March. More info: https://library.leeds.ac.uk/events/event/1900/galleries/692/preserving-the-passion-northern-ballet-s-romeo-juliet 

    I'm delighted to be one of 64 artists who contributed illustrations to Laura Jaworski's inspiring collection of reflections on art and creativity: Inspire possibility, exhale creativity. Read more in my blog and order your own copy from Amazon.

    Art and design workshops

    • Different by Design, University of Reading School of Arts & Communication Design, Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, London (2019, 2020)

    Magazine features

    Way back when

    One of my childhood paintings in the 1980s was selected for an exhibition in Japan. I was probably around 10 or 11 and absolutely mortified because it was, in my opinion, a total disaster and the worst thing I had ever created.

    I also organised an interschools art exhibition when I was in my teens. It taught me that people are less reliable than they say they will be and that I'm not very good at mounting artwork.