It has been an age since I posted anything on my blog. Time has accelerated, as it tends to do when you are preoccupied with two young children. I am endeavouring to restart my work which seems like a herculean task after so long, but until I have some drawings to show I thought I […]
The Illustration Cupboard is showing the work of six women artists in an exhibition entitled New Faces which opens today. I am very excited to be exhibiting alongside: Laura Carlin: based in London, has achieved a great deal in a very short space of time. She gained a Masters from the RCA, at which […]
I went to the private view for Kurt Jacksons new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum on Thursday. Line Caught and Local, his new collection was made largely in situ, whilst working alongside the inshore fisherman from the ports and harbours on the West coast of Cornwall. It is an amazing record of fishing today. I particularly […]
I have been waiting for this Ted’s Talk by George Butler for a while . He speaks brilliantly about the personal and reflective quality that drawn reportage has over photographic reportage, and poignantly about his experience in Syria.