My commissions and residencies balance the experience of solo studio
work for me. I value bringing art and its spirit directly into
the dailyness of living.
I have worked in the UK and widely abroad. My diverse commissions
have the common theme that they tell aspects of the human story – clear,
strong or subtle.
I have been artist in residence for the National Trust, the Tower
of London, the Battersea Arts Centre, the Puppet Centre, and many other
The Courtauld Institute, the Science Museum, the National Maritime Museum,
the Arnolfini Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum and others have
all commissioned original work, often several years in succession.
Commissioned projects include
- For the Institute
for Contemporary Art and Battersea Arts Centre, a paper sculpture
set and series of paintings for “I Place my Stones” performed
by CiCi Blumstein with poet Leah Thorne.
- For the Tower of London - site
of England’s first zoo, an animated installation.
- For the Royal
Horticultural Society, Wisley Library, “The Dandelion Clock,” an
- For the National Trust - a maritime
Alphabet using the natural history of England’s south coast
and four paintings for their visitor centre in Dover.
- For London’s Barbican Centre a shadow puppetry depiction of
the Odyssey. Click
here to see the barbican’s e.learning website
and go to “The
Odyssey “ section.
- For the Royal Festival Hall, a collaborative installation with
Inztant Art called “The Enchanted Room”.
- For Peter Watkin's “The Journey”, a series of
14 posters for a 14 hour peace film.