I studied at Chelsea College of Art, worked at the National Gallery and The Art Fund, and had a 15-year career in magazine publishing. I've exhibited work at a number of group shows and was a member of South London Women Artists and Adur Art Collective. Currently, I'm developing my art practice and taking my... Continue Reading →

Reviewing Past Work

2021: time to assess my work. I've been doing art all my life and I started painting in oils and acrylics about twenty years ago. I was living in London and began painting seascapes, reminding myself of my home town, Worthing, and at that time my influences were mainly Turner and Monet so I thought... Continue Reading →

Business & Romance

I managed to catch Bloomsbury Art & Design at the Courtauld Gallery before it finished last week, and must admit that I was a bit disappointed. The Courtauld holds one of the most extensive collections of works by artists from the Bloomsbury Group, many of which were bequeathed by the art critic Roger Fry to the... Continue Reading →

Local Colour

This season’s south coast artfest is well under way: in May, Brighton & Hove Open Houses gave us the fab and funky experience we’ve come to expect; and Worthing will be consolidating its artistic renaissance with Artists Open Houses from mid-June to early July. What of Adur Art Trail? It’s the jewel in the crown,... Continue Reading →

A Quest for Identity

I didn’t know anything about Victor Pasmore before I went to the exhibition of his work currently on at Pallant House Gallery, although I was familiar with one of his paintings without knowing it was by him. During years of drooling over pictures in art books and magazines, I must have seen reproductions of his... Continue Reading →

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