The Past Unravels (commission)

Images from my solo exhibition of work at the Merchant’s House, Jersey Museum. A site specific exhibition that researches and responds to the family that lived here during the 1860’s. Find out more about the exhibition here.   Read More

Merchants House – preparation

   Here you can see my ongoing work for Jersey Heritage. The site specific work is in response to the Merchant’s House – a house based at the Jersey Museum restored back to the 1850’s. The work produced interprets each of the rooms and the family that lived there during this period – giving people an insight into their lives. The work will be installed in the house and exhibited in April 2012.  Read More

Carte Blanche, 2010

Group exhibition Old Abattoir site, Liberty Wharf, Jersey 13th November 2010 – 11th December 2010 Liberty Wharf becomes host to an exciting exhibition of contemporary artwork in the stunning new retail development at the site of the old abattoir. The exhibition features a diverse collection of work ranging from paintings, mixed media stencil/graffiti and drawings to sculpture, ceramics and installations. A number of local artists are exhibiting,... Read More

Constriction Series

This series of work Constriction looks at costume making and the body. The materials chosen were a direct response to Liberty Wharf where the exhibition Carte Blanche was held in the few weeks before the new site opened. Artists often scavenge, seeing the beauty and potential in abandoned materials and with industrial materials scattered about the place an idea for a sculpture emerged. Taking these found materials, mainly... Read More

Red Dot present Hamptonne, 2010

Group exhibition and event of art, poetry and music. Hamptonne Country Life museum, Jersey Friday 28th May 2010 – Monday 31st May 2010 19 local visual artists will take over Hamptonne Country Farm in order to showcase a contemporary fine art event. The aim is to provide a relaxed but stimulating exhibition for the public. The red dot group wants to show how contemporary art can work within an historic setting. The exhibits will be site specific... Read More

Hamptonne success

Back in the land of blogging – after 3 months renovating our first house and little internet access – I’m now back on the internet and making art. I never mentioned the success of the ‘Red dot present Hamptonne’ event in May 2010. The event consisted of a wide range of artists making work that was specific to the site; you had Nick Romeril’s cow prints in the cow shed sitting in each stall, Wayne Audrain’s window drawings that... Read More