How many small things do you walk past in a day and never give a second thought to?
From the millions of pebbles found on a beach how do you choose a specific few?
My work is concerned with the beauty that is found in every day objects around us and specifically focusing on the pebble. I have always liked these small, smooth, round objects. As a child I collected them and stored them as treasure, always having to select a specific few as Dad would not let me take them all home in the car. Now they are a source of inspiration to be creative, the textures and colours are truly beautiful and to me they speak of God’s great grace in the small things of life.
Education and Qualifications
University of Leeds. Fine Art (2003-2006)
London Guildhall University Diploma in Art and Design (2002-2003)
Bretton Hall 1947-2007 Exhibition
Stone, Paper, Scissors solo -Exhibition at Frances Bardsley Arts Centre
Junction 32 – Exhibition at The Corn Exchange Leeds
Details 2006 – Degree show at North Light Gallery
Community Work and Residencies
Printmaking residency at Frances Bardsley School 2006, 2005 and 2003
Printmaking Workshops at West Yorkshire Print Workshop.
Muriel Paintings 2006 and 2002.