Autumn & Winter 2023
What am I Looking at? A series of workshops exploring art genres with a different subject each week. These are a blend of discussion and making.
16 November 2023, Malvern Library
23 November 2023, Malvern Library
Environmental and Land Art
30 November 2023, Malvern Library
Artist Books and Zines
7 December 2023, Malvern Library
Workshops, talks & public engagement
Sky songs and swifts!
Art and our amazing swifts!
These classes are an opportunity to express yourself with a mixture of media, including kitchen pigments and recycled materials, whilst we think about our incredible swifts, their lives, needs and how we can help them, come along if you have info to share or you are keen to learn, all abilities!
New Events for Spring/Summer 2023
Sky songs and swifts,
Paint and Pint abstract Landscape
The Living Shadow Gallery
An assortment of classes are planned for the warmer months, including social opportunities to come and base in a pub beer garden or coffee shop and create an abstract landscape of the view!
Workshops and talks where we will be using organic materials while exploring how we can help our summer visiting swifts, and continued work with ash materials to open the conversation about ash die back.
An invitation to the public to explore their love of nature and environment on 14th February 2023, brought together a creative group of artists spanning 80 decades!
Tailored classes for your needs
Living Shadows, nature patterns
I am happy to work with group and listen to your needs. Finding solutions and designing tools to assist is integral to the approach I have. The above image displays stencils designed with touch sensitive guides for Let's See, a visually impaired group of artists.
Open Discussion Ash Die Back
Supporting Living Shadows Exhibition with public talk and workshops
A significant part of my practice is providing spaces to open the conversation about the subject I am working on. For Living Shadows, ecologists, conservationists, tree experts and land managers came together to explore the issues in an open invitation to the public.