Winchester School Of Art fine art foundation
City College foundation
Solent University Sculpture 1yr
Dorset, free-motion creative embroidery
I work in a culturally diverse framework within which to bring historical, social, and political analysis, particularly in the context of identity, gender and social equality.
I take a holistic approach to work, I have an interest in science, theology and history, in particular how these relate to my personal experience of being female and how they can enlighten us to the cultural changes needed in society that may lead to equality. This concept is explored by many radical female artists, writers and historians who I greatly admire.
“Radical simply means "grasping things at the root.”
We have to talk about liberating minds as well as liberating society.
To understand how any society functions you must understand the relationship between the men and the women.”
Angela Y. Davis, Let Us All Rise Together, Women, Culture and Politics (1989)
Showcase gallery small faces open public exhibition Southampton 2017
Art House gallery Southampton 2017
Public art project in Southampton for International Women’s Day 2017
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Link gallery Winchester 'Be Bold For Change' exhibition 2017
Link Gallery Winchester ‘Dancing with Gaia’ 2017
Link gallery Winchester 'Press for progress' exhibition 2018
Justice and gender based violence for the ITP Winchester 2017 (Sculpture)
The Rainbow Myth April-May 2018
The Link Gallery Winchester
2016 shortlisted stage 1 for the BP Portrait Award (the national portrait gallery)
2017 shortlisted stage 1 for the BP Portrait Award (the national portrait gallery)
2018 long-listed for the JOOP International Painting Prize