King's, Cambridge

A selection of my paintings and prints are currently available at the Rachel Dormor Ceramics gallery at Burwash Manor in Barton.

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My first Cambridge Open Studios experience was fantastic! I loved chatting to so many people about tips and techniques, and loved getting feedback about what my work means to other people. It’s a very special privilege to have that kind of feedback. I’m definitely planning to open again next year!

The Cambridge Magazine picked me out as one of their three highlights – “Fun, quirky, and VERY Cambridge”

Here I am on Cambridge 105 talking about my work and my story (go to 1hr 38mins)

One highlight was a visit from a 5 year old neighbour, Jackson. He was apparently inspired by what he saw, and came back later in the day with a trayful of art that he had created to show me. I asked him whether I could display his work for all my visitors to see (strictly against Open Studios rules!), and he made me a sign to go with his exhibition.

All Open Studio artists are creating a heart to be auctioned to raise money for the new Arthur Rank Children’s Hospice in Cambridge #LoveyourNEWhospice

A watercolour of Tour de France sprinters arriving at the Tour de France finish line in a heart shape
pen and watercolour of market stall selling teas and coffee

I recently exhibited as part of the Down Your Street exhibition at Byard Art Gallery on King’s Parade in Cambridge. As one of their gallery artists, I look forward to being part of exhibitions later this year.

My new range of greetings cards is selling really well – low on stocks of some designs. They’re available all over town. Email me for more information, or if you are interested in stocking them.