Suffolk Exhibition at Sea Pictures Gallery “Any Port in a Storm”

Sea_Pictures_Gallery[1]Exhibition 1 copyExhibition 2 copy“Any Port in a Storm” runs from 5th September until 13th October and will coincide with the 5th Anniversary of Sarah and Alaric Pugh opening the gallery in Clare. Visit the gallery to see a selection of my latest vibrant mixed media paintings.

September issue of Pembrokeshire Life magazine

DSCN1915 copyGreat to see the current issue of Pembrokeshire Life magazine which has got a feature written by Jenny White (Swansea based writer and critic) describing my exhibition and a series of workshops at Rhosygilwen throughout September. Start of a new body of work encompassing video, painting on scrolls and sculpture concerning my long term study and interest in Tai Chi.

Ragley Open Art Exhibition 2014

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Ceredigion Art Trail, Open Studios 16 to 31 August 2014

DSCN1854 copy DSCN1855 copy DSCN1856 copyForty nine artists throughout Ceredigion, including myself, are opening our studios from 16th to 31st  August 2014. In addition there are eight showcase Taster Exhibitions and the main Trail Hub Exhibition at the Gas Gallery in Aberystwyth which are open throughout August. Full details on    Gas Gallery details are on

153rd Exhibition of The Society of Women Artists, The Mall Galleries, London


On Wednesday 25th June Her Royal Highness, Princess Michael of Kent opened the 153rd annual exhibition of The Society of Women Artists at The Mall Galleries in London. The exhibition is open daily until Saturday 5th July. Featured in this photograph behind Her Royal Highness and the President of the SWA, Sue Jelley, are four pieces of my work which were selected for this prestigious event.

Teifi Artists Group Exhibiting at the King Street Gallery, Carmarthen

TAG exhibition “Infinitely Nine” running in the Chate Room at King Street Gallery, Carmarthen from Friday 20th of June to Friday 4th of July.

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Tenby Exhibition “Nine Lives” by Teifi Artists Group

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Nine TAG members exhibiting in Tenby. Many thanks to Margaret Welsh and John Faulkner who run Art Matters for hanging the work really well.



Forthcoming Exhibition – “Nine Lives” – 1st-28th April 2014

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Painted on Silence

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Formed in the late 1990′s, the Teifi Artists Group work in a wide variety of media and techniques. Membership is by invitation and the group is kept small and local. The artists meet on a bi-monthly basis, providing a mutually supportive network for encouragement, constructive criticism, and the exchange of information. The group shares common aims and acts as a forum for innovative ideas.

This exciting new TAG exhibition at Art Matters in Tenby runs through the whole month of April 2014, and offers a special opportunity to see how these nine individual artists express themselves, each with their own unique voice.

Andie Clay, Wendy Evans, Helen Gillam, Glenn Ibbitson, Carole King, Nigel Pugh, Peter Rossiter, Philippa Sibert, Diane Walkey.


London Here We Come!

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Paintings being safely wrapped in blankets by Chris from Art Moves of Chelsea, Sharon’s hiding out of shot!

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Air, Water, Time 1


Last Friday I met up with Sharon and Chris from Art Moves of Chelsea, the Specialist Art Couriers outside the RWA (Royal West of England Academy) in Clifton, Bristol. They have taken my four paintings up to London for the SWA (Society of Women Artists) 153rd Exhibition at The Mall Galleries.

They will carefully keep my paintings in storage until the Receiving Days towards the end of April.                                                                                  

The exhibition will be opened by HRH Princess Michael of Kent, patron of the SWA, on Wednesday 25th June at about 10.30am. Please contact me if you would like an  invitation which gives two people free entry to the Private View. It is always a very vibrant, packed affair so best to arrive early in order to get a chance to see the paintings and sculpture properly.                                                                                                       

Please note that I shall be in London for a week while the exhibition is on so please contact me if you want to meet up for a coffee and chat, it would be good to see you.

Exhibition open: Thursday 26 June to 5 July 10am to 5pm daily, closing at 3pm on 5 July.