Very pleased to have had this beautiful coverage in Town and County magazine a huge thanks to Emma Carboni for placing and writing the piece! The full magazine with the full article in it is here.
Whilst I would have loved to show at London Art Fair this year I did not have the capacity so I was delighted to be invited by them to give two talks both about how to start collecting art. The first talk is on Wednesday 18th Jan at 630pm and the second on Saturday 21st Jan at 12.00. Talks are free to attend (with a valid ticket to London Art Fair) but you will need to book a place on the tours. The link to this is here (there is a tab to buy a ticket to the event and a tab for the talks).
Do come along if you are interested in collecting art. The tour lasts 45 mins. If you would like a longer private tour of the fair this costs £150 plus VAT for two hours.
I am delighted to be popping up in Cheltenham for two weeks during the course of this year’s Cheltenham Literature Festival. I will be showing a group show of 12 artists that I love – from painters, to collagists to ceramicists. Their work will be on show alongside a book that each artist has nominated as being their inspiration. The show will be held at Spring Gallery in Montpellier and runs from Wednesday 5th October until Sunday 16th October (closed Monday 10th and 11th).
The private view night is on Friday 7th October so please do join us for a drink from 6-9pm.
What a ball was had at London Art Fair in real life! My stand came together pretty well for a rookie (well almost) and I was absolutely delighted about the response that all three artists got. Charles Inge was picked by Paul Carey Kent as one of his top ten things to see in FAD magazine.
I am delighted to be hosting a Salon Privé for artist Marice Cumber following her sell out show with me at London Art Fair. Please go to this page to see her work. If you would like to come and see the work at my home in Wandsworth, please click here for the booking page.
I was delighted to be accepted this year to show in the Project section of London Art Fair and was disappointed when it was clear that the show would not running in real life. Luckily the online edition is running and I am so terribly proud to be showing two female artists that have given me the goosebumps in the last couple of years – Sherry Kerlin and Marice Cumber.
Given my excitement I have decided to dedicate a whole page to this show here where you can see some of the artist’s work and crucially, read the curatorial statement.
Two years ago I attended the super Back to Business conference by the Really Helpful Club. What I learnt there filled me with ideas, confidence and questions and pushed me on to what I do now – a fulfilling portfolio career in which I do a bit of everything and love it all. Amazingly I have been asked to host a ‘virtual table’ to talk about portfolio careers and actually in the midst of Covid challenges, I can’t think of a better earning strategy. I am so grateful to the women who helped me and still continue to support me to get to where I am! I couldn’t have got back on my feet post my divorce without you and I remain eternally grateful. Fay at Bright Sky Career Coaching Annabel at Annabel London (bespoke PA and administrative support) Sally at Knightsbridge Recruitment. The conference is on 23rd September and is chock jammed full of brilliant speakers who will certainly inspire and make you think. Book an early bird ticket if you would like to see them, or if you want a laugh book and join my session and laugh at me!
I am so delighted to be curating a small pea pod booth at 100% design this September 18th- 21st 2019. Come and say hello, bring me some photos of your project and I will tell you more about how I work and may even give you one free idea (two if I like you!) for any art consultancy projects that you may have in the pipeline.
If you would like a free ticket then register here: Register.
I would like to thank Little Greene for providing me with the paint for my stand – it went on beautifully and I got away with only one and a half coats because it was such beautiful quality. The colour used this week was Dark Lead (118) and it has been an absolutely beautiful foil for the artworks presented this week.
Thanks go to the following artists who kindly agreed to show with me: Peter Jones, Dominic Beattie and Sarah Ball. The beautiful textile hanging on the chair on the right is by the wonderful textile artist Beatrice Larkin who is my neighbour – come and say hello to us – I am on stand E24B and she is on stand E24C!