I am a textile, tapestry and installation artist working in Cambridgeshire UK. I specialise in traditional Korean hand-stitched techniques of bojagi and jogakbo.
My art is informed by the natural world and found things, especially wood, often wrapped or augmented with intricate patchwork or incorporated into tapestry.
I see my work as a reflection of my passion for nature and humanity. The final resolution is invariably a synthesis of cultural and natural organic elements. My practice always encompasses an autobiographical element, which I see as an exploration of self-perceived identity. "Magenta"
Tapestry- The Journey( My diary)Consists of number of smaller pieces aimed at being a representation of my journey.
Made in 2011 at West Dean College
Work in all media is available for purchase and I do take a limited number of commissions.
Please contact me if you are interested.
Cambridge Open Studio 2019
Guide book at 201 & Exhibition runs weekends 2,3,4 (11am to 6pm) in July
ERTF 'Collections Re-Crafted'
Exhibition runs 6th Oct 2018-4th Fev 2019 at Saffron Walden Museum
Festival of Quilts 2019
Stall QIA14 and also showing pieces in 'Transparency and Transition' in exhibition area
Festival of Quilts 2018
Stall: O1 Old School Gallery Set up for Festival of Quilts at Birmingham NEC
Cambridge Open Studio 2018
Guide book at 203 & Exhibition runs all four weekend in July
To End All Wars at Ely Cathedral
Exhibition runs 1st to 28th Feb 2018
Gallery & Guesthouse now open!