After the Taking of Tea 2019 is an installation consisting of hand-cut transfer onto 251 pieces of tableware, on a printed textile running 17 metres along a table surface.
Remember Me was a solo exhibition at Wolverhampton Art Gallery from 3 June - 3 September 2017
These ceramics form part of an overall body of work Dressed in Pattern made over a two year period.
These paintings form part of an overall body of work of entitled Dressed in Pattern made over a two year period.
Graphic work created since 2015 takes the form of lasercut relief prints.
Spode Trees and Dressed Silhouettes is a tableware installation that was commissioned for the British Ceramic Biennial 2015.
A body of new papercuts and ceramics completed 2014 were informed by the influential book The Grammar of Ornament by the architect and designer.
‘A Concise History of Vessels’ completed in 2014 consists of a sequence of over thirty slip cast vessels with hand cut transfer.
‘Silhouettes and Filigree’ Marlborough Gallery London - Solo exhibition in December 2009 of large scale intricate papercuts alongside a large body of ceramic vases.
‘Drawing Skirts’ University Gallery & Baring Wing, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne Solo exhibition in 2008 was the culmination of a research collaboration with Dr. Cathy Treadaway.
A sequence of large format laser cut prints made in 2008 as part of an AHRC research project at the Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR), University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.
Major solo exhibition in 2007 presenting work made over a two-year period as the museum’s first Associate Artist. Project supported by awards from Arts Council England and AHRC.
Ongoing collaboration with Berengo Studios and Venice Projects commenced with a commission by Arts & Business in 2007, followed by commissioned work for the exhibitions ‘Glasstress’ at the Venice Biennial 2009 and ‘Vertigo II’ Dorsoduro 868, Venice in 2010.
Two unique dinner services made in 2001 at Spode in collaboration with West Midlands Arts & Potteries Museum (purchased for their permanent collection), that drew on the historical archive of transfers at the factory
Papercuts made in 2001 as part of the research project ‘Digital Surface within Fine Art Practice’ with University of the Arts London, NCAD Dublin and University of Helsinki supported by EU programme Culture 2000
‘Cacophony; a cabinet of ceramic vases’ Victoria & Albert Museum Installation of ceramic vases made in 2002 as part of ‘Digital Responses’ a year long series of exhibitions of contemporary art drawn from the V&A collections.
‘Surfing History’ Eagle Gallery London - Solo exhibition in 1999 of paintings drawing upon representations of female figures in art history.
Series of placements were made between 1998 - 2004 following an invitation to work as an artist on ‘one-off’ pieces at the renowned ceramic factory, Spode, with unrestricted access to the archive of copper engraved & lithographic transfers.
‘Pattern in Painting’ City Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Large scale site-specific paintings commissioned for solo exhibition in 1997.
‘Figurines’ City Museum & Art Gallery, Worcester - Solo exhibition in 1993 of paintings and papercuts made in response to nineteenth century porcelain figurines from the museum’s permanent collection.
First solo exhibition of paintings in 1991 at Eagle Gallery, London.