I will be presenting a collection of pieces from the Grammar of Ornament – India series in A Sense of the Familiar curated by Cavaliero Finn for Dulwich Festival  ‘For this year’s Dulwich Festival Artist Open House exhibition, Cavaliero Finn will be presenting ‘A Sense Of The Familiar’ a curated show featuring a series of […]

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  A Fine Line | On Tour Edinburgh City Art Centre | 18th November 2017 – 18th February 2018 Inverness Museum & Art Gallery | 3rd March – 12th May 2018 Gracefield Arts Centre | 19th May – 7th July 2018   www.afineline.info An exhibition of new work by Lizzie Farey, Frances Priest, Angie Lewin & Brownwen […]

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For the Covepark Artists in Schools Residency 2013 I was invited to work with artist Deirdre Nelson at Parklands Special Needs School in Helensburgh. We were asked to develop a response which would contribute toward the schools efforts to win an Eco Schools Flag and also create a visually stimulating feature within the playground. Working […]

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An Artlink Edinburgh project working at St Johns Hospital with residential patients in Pentland Court. Over a period of 13 weeks residents worked on pre made clay tiles exploring pattern and mark making using ceramic printing and imprinting processes to create a permanent wall panel for Pentland Court.

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Creative Connections was devised by Cerin Richardson, Principal Officer for Arts and Learning at Edinburgh City Council in association with Amanda Gizzi, Lecturer in Art & Design at Edinburgh University Moray House School of Education. Alongside Theatre Practitioner Tim Licata and Visual Artist Alice Betts we devised a program of workshops for 4th Year BEd […]

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A commission from South Lanarkshire Council to devise a two day workshop for St Charles Primary in Cambuslang celebrating Scottish Homecoming. Each year group in the school made drawings in response to stories and images about different Scottish inventions which included: Marmalade, Mackintosh Coats, The Bank of England, Telephones, The Postage Stamp, and Penicillin. Drawings […]

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Co-ordinated by Sharon Quigley for the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art The drawing room is a regular drop in workshop where invited artists are asked to choose a section of the gallery display from which to develop a drawing workshop that relates to their own practice. Images depict workshops held in response to work […]

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Co-ordinated by Joanna van den Berg for North Edinburgh Arts Centre in collaboration with drama worker Suzi Morris. Run as weekly after school workshops we combined visual art and drama to devise performance pieces in response to classic plays and books. Performances were inspired by: A Midsummer Nights Dream, Macbeth, Kidnapped and The Strange Case […]

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The Big Draw ’07 at The National Museum of Scotland. A drop in collaborative drawing project designed to highlight work from the museums decorative arts collection. Museum visitors were invited to make their own or use ready prepared stencils of decorative motifs gathered from the collection to create large wall drawings using overhead projectors, collage […]

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A project co-ordinated by Joanna van den Berg for North Edinburgh Arts Centre. Over two terms two different groups of primary 7 boys worked in collaboration with support worker Brock Lueck and myself. Group one made work around the theme of Super Heroes creating a team of life size alter egos complete with Superhero Vehicles. […]

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