Welcome. I am a printmaker based in Radley, near Oxford, UK.
I make limited edition prints and cards, mainly in linocut, woodcut and monoprint.
I exhibit around the country and also run printmaking workshops and classes from my lovely rural studio.
Prints for Christmas 4-6 Dec. Is on!
10:30 - 4:30. 115 Lower Radley, Nr. Abingdon, OX14 3BA
Following the government's Covid advice on 26 Nov, we now know that all shops can open and therefore we are able to go ahead with our Christmas exhibition. With the following precautions:
- A maximum of 3 people in studio (not 6 as in the leaflet below).
- Masks to be worn in the studio.
- The studio will be well ventilated (but warmed by the wood stove!)
Looking forward to seeing everyone.
Workshops now suspended due to Covid restrictions.
"I wanted to thank you for a perfect day in the studio learning about linocut. I feel very privileged to be allowed to learn with such nice people in such an idyllic spot and with such patient tutoring. I shall certainly be trying out more ideas at home and hope to join you again on a two day course to develop ideas in more than one colour." Jane
"I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed your two day course. What a lovely inspiring setting, fantastic teaching, good company and wonderful food. And my mum loved her card. Hope to come again one day." Kate
"Thank you again for the lovely 2 days: I enjoyed it enormously and learned a lot.
I will certainly be up for another workshop probably next year." Marijke
Where you can see my work (also see my gallery here)
Oxford Art Society Exhibition.
28 March - 17 April April 2020.
The Kendrew Barn Gallery, St John's College, Oxford, OX1 3JP
The exhibition will be opened by Sir Philip Pullman.
Oxfordshire Art Weeks.
Sat 2 - Sun 10 May . 11am - 5pm.
Open studio,115 Lower Radley, OX14 3BA.
"Artweeks is the opportunity to see amazing art in wonderful places: expect the unexpected, be inspired, diverted and delighted – and come home with a unique artwork of your own. You’ll be able to meet artists in a wide range of interesting places, talk about their work, watch demonstrations and maybe have a go yourself. Or simply feast your eyes on a huge range of creative activity, from painting, photography, textiles, sculpture and ceramics, to furniture, glass, mosaics, jewellery, digital art and much more." www.artweeks.org