Land into Art Exhibition. ‘Canopy Tree Drawings.’
2nd September – 31st October, 2020.
Made in the Marches Gallery, Kington, Herefordshire.
Walkers are Welcome Conference, ‘Connecting with Nature Session.’ 10th October 2020 **CANCELLED***
Kington Walking Festival September Autumn Festival 17th-20th
Sketch Across the World
On the 2nd and 3rd May 2020 artists from across the World joined me to sketch and connect with nature. They created for Sketch Across the World, Sharing sketches on Instagram to join the online Gallery, by tagging #sketchacrosstheworld
See the Sketch Across the World Gallery on Instagram to see who joined in this year. #sketchacrosstheworld
You can read more about it on the following blog.
Kington Walking Festival – **CANCELLED **
Join me on the 25th April 2020 for a walk ‘ Connecting with Nature’. Join Environmental Artist, The Walking Sketchbook, on a walk to discover nature. We will explore the area around the edge of Hergest Ridge, discovering the art of seeing. Capturing marks, words, and nature treasures from our adventure and, for those who feel inspired, through sketch too. This walk is a chance to discover the tiny details, the patterns in nature we often pass by. Everyone welcome, no artistic skills required, just a willingness to have a go. All materials will be provided. Wear clothing and footwear suitable for all weathers.
Green Sketching Creative Walk
Join me on the 4th October for The Big Draw – Green Sketching Creative Walk in Kington, Herefordshire. All abilities welcome, even if you are not creative. You will join three artists, Rebecca Finney, Alice Savery from (Alice draws the Line) and The Walking Sketchbook (me) on this creative walk. Sharing ideas and having fun! Proceeds to MIND. Booking through http://www.madeinthemarches.com
Kington September Walking Festival
Join me on the Sketching the sense of place walk for the September Festival on the 20th September 2019. We will explore the edge of Hergest Ridge and the surrounding area. Along the way we will sketch the view and the sounds around us, adding words that evoke the feeling of where we are. This is a chance to bring your art materials and creativity outdoors, to connect with the landscape through different eyes. If you are creative and focus mostly on the indoors, together we can explore this activity outdoors together. See the link above for further information. (Fully Booked).
Kington Spring Walking Festival
Join me on the Discovering Nature’s Colours Walk for the Spring Festival on the 13th April 2019. See the link above for further information. (Fully Booked).
On the 4th & 5th May 2019, sketch outdoors and connect with nature wherever you are in the world. Anyone can join in. Have a look through my blog for inspiration. Create and share your sketch on Instagram and tag #sketchacrosstheworld. For more information follow me on Instagram @thewalkingsketchbook.
Highland Folk Museum Painting with Plants
11th & 12th August 2018- read more about this adventure through the blog link.
Kington Walking Festival Creative Walk
22nd September 2018 – read more about our walk through the blog link.
Photography Exhbition 2018
Back-lighting of nature on bright sunny days or the evening light – that’s when you will find me with my camera (Canon G11) holding my breath to capture the magic moments you see below. This year I will be exhibiting my Nature’s Light Boxes, highlighting the detail in leaves we often pass by. The exhibition prints have been printed by Old Forest Arts, Hay on Wye, using Lucia EX Archival pigment on fine art acids free 255gsm Dapple Art Paper, lightfast guarantee for 100 years. Framed by Brown Hen Framing, New Radnor, creating the light box effect and using non-reflective true-vue glass.
It was photography 17 years ago which started me back onto my creative journey, since my school days. I went to Hereford College of Arts, where I discovered one of my creative passions for photography and light.
1st August 2018 Made in the Marches Gallery, Kington. – A World of Colour.
8-16th September 2018 Herefordshire Art Week. Made in the Marches Gallery, Kington- Inspired by Nature.