Kuwait Television

Great to see Kuwaiti Television Second Home Episode 119 covering the Kuwaiti British Art Exhibition. An inspirational project to be part of 🙂

Kuwaiti-British Floral Art Exhibition

The British Embassy have launched a year of celebrations to mark the 120th anniversary of the British-Kuwaiti Friendship Treaty in mid-January 2019 with a KUWAITI-BRITISH FLORAL ART EXHIBITION. This was opened at a private reception by Sheikha Altaf of Sadu House and the distinguished British gardener, Rosemary Alexander. A combination of British and Kuwaiti artists have been working together, basing their work on flowers found in the garden of the British Embassy.Members of the Kuwait Textile Arts Association (KTAA), including prize winning quilter Hanan Alkazemi, will participate. British floral artist Venetia Norris, the Kuwaiti painter May Alnoury will also be …

Drawing and dresses

Delighted to have a commissioned drawing of a bridal bouquet I completed earlier this year exhibited in Boa Boutique in Richmond upon Thames.  Lovely to have a look at all of the pretty dresses!  Boa Boutique

Coffee and Art

I have always thought coffee and art go together very well.  I am so pleased to have a selection of drawings currently exhibited in the lovely  Spoonful artisan delicatessen and Cafe based in leafy North Barnes.  They  have on offer award winning selection of cheeses, delicious canapes, cakes to die for, organic coffee choices and much more! Exhibition of artworks on display October 2017 – January 2018. Spoonful, 174 Castelnau London, United Kingdom  

Open House 2017

A wonderful first weekend of Wandsworth Artist Open house sharing my artwork with over 100 people.  It was exciting to exchange property details in the front window of Century 21 with screen prints.  The office had a gallery feel with my artworks suspended from the ceiling.  I am very much looking forward to the second weekend – do say hello! Wandsworth Artist Open House

London Print Studio Members Summer Exhibition

Great to exhibit for the first time at London Print Studio.  My hand finished lithograph titled Beginings was selected.  The exhibition will feature the full range of prints produced in the studio including lithographs, etchings, screen prints and woodcuts to digital prints.  All the prints are created by current London Print Studio Members.  This year’s Summer Show will be judged by Andrzej Klimowski, an international illustrator of book covers. Private View: All welcome 13 July 6:30 – 8:30pm Exhibition Dates: 14 July – 25 August, open Tuesday – Saturday 10:30am – 5:30pm London Print Studio, 425 Harrow Road, London W10 …

Memories of the Market

Memories of the Market was a film screening held on the 7th June at the Lost Theatre in Stockwell, London.  The screening was part of the London Festival of Architecture and focused on the theme of memory. Outside the theatre colourful fruit and vegtables from New Covent Garden Market were available for guests to enjoy.  I nibbled on strawberries and peaches.  The series of artworks I created inspired by the Market were exhibited on the stairs leading to the cinema.  Just below my works, a garland of carrots and vegtables decorated the stairs.  The film comprised of ten mini documentaries …

Round Tower, Black Swan, Frome

Wonderful to be exhibiting with the SGFA in the dynamic Black Swan Gallery in Frome.  The Society of Graphic Fine Art – The Drawing Society is the only national society in the UK dedicated exclusively to drawing.  Founded in 1919, the Society promotes fine drawing skills in both traditional and contemporary media. Today, they have more than 130 elected members across Britain, consisting of professional artists from all areas of the art world who work in all drawing and printmaking media. Exhibition Dates: 4 March – 25 March Venue: Black Swan Arts, 2 Bridge Street, Frome, Somerset BA11 1BB

Botanical Beauty

The tradition of marrying art with science goes back to the 6th century when the first botanical illustrations were created.  The heyday of botanical art was from the 17th to the 19th century.  In recent years, there has been a renaissance in this genre.  Great to have one of my drawings selected for this open exhibition showcasing contemporary British botanical illustrations in a variety of styles. Exhibition Dates: 25 February – 1 April Venue: Riverside Gallery, Old Town Hall, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond TW9 1TP