Based on drawings made at St Nicholas’s Market, Bristol.
Drawing on location, the colours, shapes, mood which evokes that place.
Capturing the colour and activity of the Harbour Festival an annual celebration at Bristol Harbourside.
Exploring the history of the hat making industry in northern town, Stockport.
The Cornish coast observed in Summer 2018, people, families, life, sunshine and activity.
An illustrated alphabet featuring vintage objects, toys and trinkets. What can you see?
Invented animal characters from the circus, the fairground and strange places.
The interplay between characters and objects from different narratives and places. The juxtaposition of these things creates possible meaning and stories.
Exploring expectations of femininity through objects.
Decorative and graphic symbols and objects.
Colourful packaging - boxes, tins and jars.
Sauces, condiment, flavour, makes your food taste better. What is your favourite?
Tasty treats from childhood.
The Times 'Books' column written every fortnight by Jeanette Winterson. Jeanette wrote eloquently about topical subjects, making reference to wonderful things, the subject matter always weaved itself back to her love: books.
Illustrations commissioned to highlight interesting places to eat and dine in London.
Drawings and 'sets', based on the sketchbooks and scrapbooks of Elizabeth Reynolds (1816) - Book ‘178’ held at, Special Collections MMU. My drawings were real and imagined and explored what the life of the of the person who created this work ‘could’ have been like.
Watching dancer's dance and participating in dance, informs my drawing. Exploring the external visual of 'the dance' and the interior self the dancer brings.
Drawings based on three stories connected by childhood memory.
*'The Street of Crocodiles', a book by Bruno Schulz (1934),
*'Metamorphosis' by Franz Kafka performed at The Royal Opera House (2013),
*'Peter and the Wolf’ Royal Ballet School production (1995), with the famous score by Sergei Prokofiev.
'Scavenger' (2013) by choreographer Wayne McGregor | Random Dance at Collezione Maramotti, Italy. This triggered childhood memories and creative writing about dancing as a child.