Exhibitions, commissions, works in collections and installation pieces.

Previous exhibitions and commissions:

2012 /2016 Embroiderers Guild Group Projects
London Cultural Olympics. “Norway” exhibitor.
St.Martin in the Fields, Trafalgar Square.
Ickworth House, National Trust.
Capability Brown 300th Anniversary
Mayoral Banner for Colchester Town Hall.

2011 – Oriel Rob Piercy, Porthmadog

2010 – 2016 Colchester Art Society Open Exhibitions at the Minories and Firstsite.

2009 Commission, New York. Embroidered Chasuble
St. John the Divine Cathedral, Manhattan.

2008. “Two Wivenhoe Artists” Exhibition – with James Dodds
Nottage Maritime Institute, Wivenhoe.

2007 Commission. Altar Frontal and Pulpit hangings/stoles
St. Mary the Virgin Church, Wivenhoe.

2007 Icelandic Arts Council invited as Visiting Artist working with textile Designer Sigrun Lara Shanko.

2006 ‘Glimpses’ Solo Exhibition, Reykjavic City Hall, Iceland

2005 “Story Tellers Tent” with Eliza Kentridge, Wivenhoe.

2004 ‘Suffering of Women at a Time of War’ Painting used as design by San Antonio University, Texas, USA and 2005 production of ‘War Music’ by Christopher Logue’s adaptation of Homer’s “Ilyad.”

2003 “Shakespeare’s Women” Costume Design Exhibition (with Martyn Jezerski) at Mercury Theatre, Colchester.

2002 “The Brighter side of Life” art school group exhibition Ottowill Gallery, Suffolk. Michael Young Gallery, Yorkshire.

2001 “Art on a Budget” Installation at Zloty Taratzy, Warsaw, Poland

1999 “Mother Goose” Mercury Theatre, Colchester.

1998 “The Sea” and “All that Jazz” Digby Gallery/Hay Gallery, Colchester.

1996 – 2000 Mad Dogs & Englishmen Theatre Company UK Tours
Design and costume
Comedy of Errors/ Taming of the Shrew/Midsummer Nights Dream
Black Shuck/Into the Light/Collector of Women

I regularly participate in the annual autumn Colchester Open Studios – Studio 28 Collective (with Charlotte Bernays and Fiona Mason.)

2003 – 2016 Annual Over the Sofa Exhibition at Wivenhoe Bookshop.

I show new work with the Colchester Art Society at the Minories and Firstsite Open Exhibitions.