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Gallery Representation:

The Paragon Gallery, Montpellier, Cheltenham, Glos. UK

The Bradford Gallery, Bradford on Avon, Wilts. UK


2022 Gardens Gallery, Montpellier, Cheltenham

2022 Fresh Art Fair Ascot, Royal Ascot Racecourse

2022 Fresh Art Fair Cheltenham, Cheltenham Racecourse,

2021 FRESH:Art Fair, Cheltenham Racecourse

2020 Dove Gallery, Winchcombe

2020 Broadway Arts Festival

2020 Burford Garden Co Contemporary Art Gallery

2020 Gardens gallery - Cancelled due to Covid19

2020 Talk to Cotswold Art Club

2019 Dove Gallery, Winchcombe, Glos.

2019 Open Studio, Cheltenham 

2019 Chapel Arts, Chelt Open Studios

2019 Gardens Gallery, Montpellier, Cheltenham

Parabola Art Centre – Bayshill Rd, Cheltenham. Joint show.

2000 Quiet Room – Cheltenham Ladies’ College


1984 Foyer Gallery – Axiom Centre for the Arts


Other information:


Presently Artist and tutor

1995 - 2017 Teacher of Art – Cheltenham Ladies’ College

1993 - 95 Teacher of Art – Cheltenham College

1993 Cheltenham College of Art and Design, Foundation year

1992 - 93 Birmingham Institute of Art and Design (PGCE)

Studio artist at the Axiom Centre for the Arts, Winchcombe St, Cheltenham.

1980 - 83 Winchester School of Art (BA Hons)

1979 - 80 Cheltenham College of Art and Design (Foundation)

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When starting a painting I have no preconception of what it is going to look like beyond using the structure of a composition. Each work develops through a dialogue between the painting and myself.

I love colour, to draw with paint, making marks with brushes, painting knives, pieces of card, sponges and anything that might be at hand to serve the purpose. Some marks are more definitive whilst others are searching, exploring. My eye searches for what I determine to be significant points in the view, whether landscape, figure or still life.

Art is a language - how I look and read the information before me is often broken down and reconstructed using marks, shape, surface and colour – a form of vocabulary that develops into visual compositions. The resulting work can be representational and/or abstract, often somewhere in between. I enjoy using media and processes, both individually and in combination, embracing the happy accidents, along with the less successful outcomes. It is important to respond equally to the subject and to the work as it evolves. 

I graduated from Winchester School of Art, in 1983, where I studied Fine Art under the guidance of the Gillian Ayres and Clyde Hopkins. The love of painting instilled in me then has remained with me and grown over time. Prior to this, I spent a year on the Art Foundation at Cheltenham College of Art and Design, where I rediscovered the joy of drawing, like so many, after school education. Many of the techniques learnt from Terry Murphy and the late Mick Maslen, I have since used in my own life drawing classes. ​

Having taught Art to students for 24 years, mostly at Cheltenham Ladies' College, I have returned to the studio to explore and share my own way of interpreting aspects of the world.

I am available for tutoring and mentoring.

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