I am so pleased that my painting The first of the Daffodils has been selected for the upcoming RBSA Friends exhibition, which opens on the 2nd June in their gallery in St Pauls Square in Birmingham's Jewellery quarter.

I hope to be resuming my art classes at Anslow Village Hall on 8th June 2021, and within all the current safety guidelines. Please message me via the Contact tab, to request further details if you would like to join this friendly and enjoyable class.

My classes at Midlands Arts Centre will resume on 7th June 2021. Please contact the art centre via the Links page for more details.

I am delighted to have my demonstration article, Keeping it Fresh, featured in the June 2021 edition of The Artist magazine. The article shows a step-by-step guide to how I created Roses in a Cornish Jug. Hypericum and Agapanthus in Sunshine is also featured in the article. I hope to produce further demonstration articles for the magazine in the future, so watch this space!

It was a lovely end of year surprise to be offered the chance to show some of my work with the brilliant BritishContemporary.Art online gallery. Please visit the website via the Links page.

I am pleased to have my painting Flowers at Dusk accepted for the RBSA Prize exhibition recently. The show will continue until 16th January on-line only due to current restrictions.

It was a great pleasure to have my painting Dandelions and Lilacs selected for the Editor's Choice feature in The Artist magazine for September 2020. I will be making another appearance in a future issue with a demonstration article.

I was delighted to have my paintings Roses, Irises and Smoke Bush, Cherrie (five plus one) and Regent's Canal at Bethnal Green exhibited in recent Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Friends and Open exhibitions this year.

I am available for one-to-one on-line tutorials, demonstrations and exhibition proposals. Please get in touch with me through the contacts page for details.
Roses in a Cornish Jug
Roses in a Cornish Jug
Dandelions and Lilacs