I now have a ‘breathing space’ after completing three projects for house refurbishments in Newbury and Reading. I’m using the time to make some display pieces in advance of next year’s Open Studios exhibition.
Visitors to my website may have noticed the lack of posts since 2015! I’ve been working 4 days a week and haven’t had much time to make stained glass windows but that has now changed. I left my job at the end of January in order to spend more time in my studio. Recent commissions
Following our successful Open Studios collaboration last year, I’m very pleased to be teaming up again this year with potter, Kevin Akhurst, and printmaker, Pam Hardman, as Artists at Adbury Holt. The Open Studios website – www.open-studios.org.uk – gives details of our opening times and directions – please come and see us during May! Since
I am really pleased to be taking part in Newbury Open Studios again in May 2014, especially as I shall be part of a group of artists – Artists at Adbury Holt – this time, sharing with potter, Kevin Akhurst and printmaker, Pam Hardman.
I’ve just been commissioned to make two fairly large, internal windows for a house in Newbury. The windows are either side of a lovely old pine door between a lounge and a dining room and the client has requested a design inspired by autumn, including leaves and berries in warm autumn colours. Design work is
I am delighted to have been accepted as a participating artist in West Berkshire and North Hampshire’s ‘Open Studios’ scheme for 2013. As part of the scheme, my studio will be open for 3 weekends during May next year. More information to follow.
My brown trout window was on display at the National Trust’s exhibition ‘Open Water’ at Mottisfont Abbey in Romsey, Hampshire during October and November 2012.
Three of my pieces were on show at Marlborough Friends Meeting House on Saturday 29th September 2012.