Current Exhibition and Events
The photograph above was taken in preparation to promote The 2020 British Craft Trade Fair in Harrogate. My Skylark picture is in the center alongside other products from top British artists and designers that will be exhibiting this coming April.
Exhibition News 2020
Blossom Street Gallery York. I am really excited to be exhibiting my work in the beautiful city of York this January. I have on show original paintings as well as cards, prints and coasters on Sale! Hooray! Stop by and have a look especially if you are looking for Christmas presents!
Oundle Christmas Market 2020! This will be my third year attending this event. Its on of my favorite and has a great atmosphere! Its on the first Saturday of December and has lots of fantastic stall for foodies and everything else for Christmas
Wicksteed Park Christmas Fair. I just managed to get a place on this one and am looking forward to meeting some new people!
The British Craft Trade Fair 2020 Harrogate. This April I am really excited to be attending the BCTF with a stand presenting my artwork to traders, companies and gallery owners from all over the country!! I hope to find new opportunities to share my art with a wider audience. Wish me luck!
The Nene Wetlands Centre. At Rushden Lakes Wetlands Centre I have a range of my prints on sale in the shop! The prints on sale there include my series of Nene River collage paintings from my trip through the valley on a canal boat. For more information visit: The Nene Wetlands Centre
Milligan's Kitchen, Finedon.
If you are in the area and fancy a great cup of coffee visit Milligan's Kitchen.
Some of my landscape prints are on display and are for sale!
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In September 2019 I hosted the annual Irthlingborough art exhibition at the Methodist Church on Collage Road. The show which takes place for one day only and featured demonstrations from our guest artists. These included Sorrell Kinley, Glyn Pacan, Charles Bezzina, Edward Stamp and Bob Hewson. During the day our artists will all be present to chat with you and explain more about the art and techniques they make.
Also local adult art students exhibited their latest work and many people were impressed with the high quality of the art. As usual the carnival parade came right past by the church so it was a great spot to watch and have a coffee.
The carnival takes place the first Saturday in September. So see you in September 2019! Hooray!