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Words and Buttons

 Jason Noble from Words and Pictures gallery has sent me this from ‘The Language of Things’ by Hito Steyerl: ‘…modest and even abject objects are hieroglyphs in whose dark prism social relations lay congealed and in fragments…In this perspective, a … Continue reading

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Pictures from an Exhibition

From the Private View of Contemporary Classics on Friday 26 May, Words and Pictures Gallery, Teignmouth               (until 9 June) A very enjoyable evening! (Apologies for poor quality images, taken on my phone!)   … Continue reading

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Another Contemporary Classic …

Just in time for the Contemporary Classics exhibition, I have completed a new      Japanese Bridge, after Monet. Here’s a preview of the new work, collected from the framer today:  Contemporary Classics, an exhibition of playful homage by Anna Grayson and Jane … Continue reading

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Inspiring the next generation?

This week I enjoyed visiting a local primary school to speak to a class of 5 and 6 year olds about my work. They are working on a project to make a rainbow from recycled materials . Using lots of visual images … Continue reading

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Adele arrives in Australia

Remember the teasing eyes? (13 Jan) The finished commission of Adele has now made the long journey from the UK to her new home in Sydney, Australia!

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Experimenting with Looser Style??

For my latest work, I’ve been trying to experiment with a looser style, using larger materials and approximate shapes and colours. I’ve found it so hard to change my habits!! In my head, I know what I want to produce but … Continue reading

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Photoshoot for Coming Exhibition: Contemporary Classics

I am collaborating with Anna Grayson in an exciting exhibition to be hosted by the new Words and Pictures Gallery in Teignmouth (Devon, UK) We both re-create famous works of art with a contemporary twist, hence the title of the … Continue reading

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