Exhibition, Events & Stockists

 

Inked Images with Cumbria Printmakers at The Old Courthouse Gallery, Shop.
July 14th - 29th

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A group exhibition with Cumbria Printmakers, including workshops. I am running a cyanotype workshop on Sunday July 29th, please book by following the link below.

Art in the Shed, Osmotherley.


Art in the Shed, Osmotherley

May 26-28, 2018.

A fabulous, bohemian weekend event held annually in the Osmotherley garden of artist Jane Thorniley-Walker. Local artists gather to raise money for the charity Street Child Africa by selling paintings, prints and textiles as well as serving delicious cream teas and home made cakes. 


Folklore at Hamilton House, Bristol.

Folklore

This exhibition in Bristol has been organised by Gordy Wright a UWE graduate originally from North Yorkshire. His work is published by Art Angels and I'm very excited to have been accepted as one of the artists taking part in this curated show. Now I just need to decide on a folk tale....  

Ferrers Gallery, Ashby de la Zouch.

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Framed originals are included in Winter exhibitions at this fabulous gallery in Leicestershire.

"Ferrers Gallery is a multi award winning independent gallery promoting British contemporary craft. The gallery is set in the beautiful landscape of Staunton Harold near Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire, and has three floors featuring the best of British Contemporary Craftsmanship, with jewellery, ceramics, glass, textiles, paintings and sculpture." 

 The Light by the Lake

The Light by the Lake


 

     

    Harding House Gallery, Lincoln.

    Harding House, Lincoln

    November 27th - January 14th 2018  "FEAST!"  Group Christmas Show

    New framed pieces, mounted prints and greetings cards will be included in this Christmas exhibition at the beautiful Harding House Gallery, an artists co-operative close to the castle and the city's cathedral (which apparently recently won the "Twitter Cathedral World Cup" to be named as the country's favourite cathedral)

     The Leap From The Lea

    The Leap From The Lea


    A Poetic Vision, Grasmere.

    Grasmere Exhibition

    October 15- 22nd 2017

    With Cumbria Printmakers.

    A joint exhibition with Cumbria Sculptors and the Wordsworth Trust who will be linking the words of William and Dorothy Wordsworth to some of the work on show. I've also been inspired by the work of Grasmere poet Polly Atkin and her recent book "Basic Nest Architecture", working on prints derived from digital sketches and stitch motifs.

     cyanotype and stitch with words by Polly Atkin. 

    cyanotype and stitch with words by Polly Atkin. 


        

    Golspie Gallery, Scotland.

         

     

     

    "Located in the Scottish Highlands, in the lovely coastal village of Golspie, East Sutherland, we are relaxed and welcoming. We showcase an interesting and ever-changing selection of contemporary craft, original art and innovative design."

    Golspie Gallery began stocking my cards and embroidered notebooks in 2016 and now has a selection of table lamps and lanterns as well as new greetings cards to add to their offering. The gallery also holds art and craft workshops which make a visit in the near future even more tempting. 


    Byard Art, Cambridge.

         

     

     

    July 15th - September 3rd 2017

    This lovely gallery opposite King's College has a small selection of my mounted prints and greetings cards. This summer, for the second year, I'm taking part in their Mixed Summer Exhibition. 

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    Art in the Pen, Thirsk.

    Art in the Pen

    July 21st- 22nd 2018

    For the second year I'll be back in Thirsk for this lovely event on my old home ground. Last year was a really successful show for me and it was wonderful to see so many old friends from my old life in North Yorkshire and to make some new ones too. Lots of great artists and makers taking over the cattle mart and being super friendly.


     Theatre by the Lake, Keswick with Cumbria  Printmakers.

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    Exhibition dates: 1 November 2017 - 16 January 2018

    An exhibition running alongside the theatre's production of The Secret Garden.

    "Using themes from the story The Secret Garden, Cumbria Printmakers have challenged themselves to produce work interpreting the play in visual form, sometimes more obviously, sometimes more abstractly, with themes of secrecy, hope and re-birth.

    Cumbria Printmakers are a loosely Cumbria based group of artists working in diverse methods of printmaking; from Lino to Lithography, Cyanotype to Collagraphs. They offer workshops, demonstrations and exhibitions to showcase both traditional and experimental methods of printmaking in all its forms."

     the staff at the theatre hanging two of out pieces

    the staff at the theatre hanging two of out pieces


     

     

    "Hairst ", Bonhoga Gallery, Shetland.

    Bonhoga Shetland

    October 20- November 12 2017

    Bonhoha Gallery is part of Shetland Arts and I was really honoured to be invited to take part in this exhibition alongside highly respected artists and makers such as Hilke MacIntyre and Hannah Nunn. Recent Hare designs were part of my preparation for this as apparently they are common on the islands...somewhere I'd love to visit one day.

     A customer's photo of the exhibition, shared with thanks.

    A customer's photo of the exhibition, shared with thanks.


      

    The Witham, Barnard Castle

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    June 22nd - July 15th 2017

    With Cumbria Printmakers

    "...a group of 30 enormously talented, professional artists who make prints using a variety of printmaking techniques, from collagraph, lino, cyanotype, screen printing and etching to printing onto textiles and into ceramics."

    Opening Night at The Witham

    The Bessemer ll, Sheffield.

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    Bessemer II now stock my cards, lanterns and jewellery in this lovely Sheffield gallery and coffee shop (the cakes look pretty fine).

     


    The Leaping Hare, Easingwold

    Leaping Hare

    " situated in the historic North Yorkshire Georgian Market Town of Easingwold.  This vibrant and friendly town is home to many independent shops and is fast gaining a reputation for its food and cafes.  With the opening of our gallery in May, 2015, we hope that it will also become known for its art!  We are working with some of the most talented artists in Yorkshire and beyond and are proud to showcase their work.  Studio glass sits alongside turned wood, bronze and pewter.  Paintings, etchings, potato prints and felted scenes adorn the walls and jewellery sparkles in glass cases."

    Michael and Sarah are great supporters of artists and independent businesses though their work to promote the #JustACard campaign. The have a small selection of cards and embroidered notebooks. 


    The Elm Gallery, Topcliffe, North Yorkshire.

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    Run by artists Liz and Dave Marsh, this gallery stocks a small selection of my cards and ceramics.

    The gallery sells Liz and Dave's original paintings, prints and cards and Liz also makes bags, many of which she designs herself. Alongside the artwork, there are many beautiful hand made things created by other people and there's plenty of inspiration for people who are looking for gifts! Please see the Gallery Exhibitors page for more information.

     


    Chester's by the River, Skelwith Bridge, Ambleside.

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    Chester's has become a favourite place to visit for delicious vegetarian food, vegan donuts, books, cards and other gifts.

    The cafe terrace overlooks the river and there is a takeaway bakery with outdoor seating also serving excellent vegetarian treats. 

    Chesters now stock a full range of my greetings cards.


    Sam Read Booksellers, Grasmere.

    Sam Read Bookseller

    Sam Read's is the tiny jewel of a bookshop, on the corner of the green, in Grasmere; where I have spent most of my pocket money over the past 4 or 5 years. Sometimes, if I'm good, they let me do the odd days work in there too which are some of the nicest "day job" days I've ever had. I'm so happy that they now have a small selection of my cards on the same shelf as one of my favourite illustrators, Jackie Morris!  

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    "Tactile", Kibworth.  

    Tactile textiles

    The lovely Louise of Tactile, in Kibworth, Leicestershire now stocks my cyanotype lanterns. This looks like a lovely place to visit with a cafe and print studio

    "beautiful, contemporary items for you and your home: lovely fabrics, delicate ceramics, art and photography, books and publications, lots of special yarns, French bath and home products,sheepskins from Skye, beautiful men’s shoes, lovingly-upholstered chairs, hats, shawls, quilts, throws, Turkish hamman cottons... and lots, lots more.It's a very special space for people who like beautiful, tactile items and want to give them a loving home."

    owl lantern

    The Farthing Gallery, Kenilworth.

    Farthing Gallery

    This lovely gallery is run by the mosaic artist Helen Clues and is also a venue for creative workshops. If you look closely you can see some of my vases on show in this beautiful sunny space.

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    Art in the Pen, Thirsk and Skipton.

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    Thirsk July 22nd- 23rd 2017

    Skipton August 12th -13th 2017

    "Art in the Pen features the best in modern, conceptual and contemporary art in friendly and innovative venues. Come and spend an enjoyable day exploring a diverse range of art and crafts for every budget."

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    Obsidian Art, Stoke Mandeville
    "Fantastic Creatures" 

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    30 June to 3 September 2017
    "To coincide with, and celebrate, Aylesbury's first Children's Literature Festival.... a fun exhibition of art featuring creatures - fantastical & fantastic!" 

    This exhibition includes my favourite piece "Sometimes I want to Hibernate till Spring..."

    *UPDATE Following the successful sale of the piece pictured above there will now be some more smaller pieces on show throughout the winter.


    17 Reasons, Moffat, Scotland.

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    "A unique collection of handcrafted goods , a showcase for quality , skill and originality.

    Dedicated to promoting the work of talented designers and makers from the region and around the UK.

    Passionate about keeping small towns and communities alive and actively participating in that endeavor by offering an alternative to mainstream shopping and mass production."