Two distinct themes underpin my work. I make paintings from a perspective of female experience, and I'm interested in landscape as a place of conflict. . My paintings are sometimes abstract, sometimes not.
CV & Education
1989 Central St Martins School of Art, London, Postgraduate painting diploma
1988 West Surrey College of Art, Farnham, BA (Hons) Fine Art – 1st class
1979 University College London, BA (Hons) Modern Iberian/Latin American Studies 2:1
2012 Juliet Gomperts Trust painting bursary.
2017 Painting [Now], Studio One Gallery, London
2016 Ing Discerning Eye, The Mall Galleries, London
Royal West of England Academy, 164th Annual Open Exhibition, RWA, Bristol
BEEP Wales, International Painting Prize Exhibition, Swansea & Wrexham
Cupola Contemporary Art, Sheffield "Art is a Lie that Reveals the Truth"
2015 The London Group Open, London SE1
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London SW1
The Beaney, Canterbury, Kent, ‘Animal Magic'
2014 The Horsebridge Centre, Whitstable
Menier Gallery, London SE1
2013 ‘Without Boundaries’ Menier Gallery, London SE1
Guest artist at ‘SEAM 4’ WAC Gallery, London SE1
‘Works on Paper’ Espacio Gallery, London
‘Then & Now’ Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, London.
2010 South London Women Artists, Bankside Galleries, London.
2008 ‘Imagine’ visual arts week, Honeywood House.
‘Tres’ at Olé, London SW15.
2007 Tent London’, Truman Brewery, London E1.
‘Sleep’ Old Billingsgate Market, London EC3.
2004 Ernst & Young, London – rug commission for executive reception.
1997 Private commission – bespoke rug design for a country house.
1996 ‘Dunkelbunt’ rug for Christopher Farr, London.
1995 Kappa Lambda Rugs, London.
‘Colour’, ‘Urban Swing’ ‘Liquide’ ‘Point’ and ‘Ardennes’ solo collections
Purves & Purves, London – solo exhibition of rugs.
1994 Tecno UK Ltd., London SW1 – solo exhibition of paintings.
The Affordable Art Company, Connaught Brown Gallery, London.
1993 ‘Identikit’ at Copenhagen Street with Pixley Street Artists, London.
1991-3 Production assistant on ‘Factory’ (16mm film) and ‘Burner’ multi-screen tv
installation (artist: Stewart Wilson, MA RCA)
1990 ‘East Meets West’, inaugural exhibition East West Gallery, London.
1989 ‘Celebration’ South Bank Photo Show, Royal Festival Hall, London.
1988 The Art House, Notting Hill, London.
1987 Young Unknowns Gallery, London SE1.
1986 Finalist, Winsor & Newton Young Artists Awards, Mall Galleries, London
Commercial experience:Overseas Sales Administrator for fine art publisher; Fine art Collection and Projects Manager (21 years); Freelance contemporary rug designer; Multi-media project assistant; Press Officer for South East Artists (SEAS)
Work published in :‘Contemporary Rugs’ by Christopher Farr, Matthew Bourne, Fiona Leslie – Merrell, 2002; ‘Drawing & Painting’ by Kate Wilson , Thames & Hudson (2015)