I'm very proud to be part of this wonderful exhibition at The Lowry and to be chosen as a featured artist. 'Days Like These' is a major online exhibition exploring how LS
Lowry's hometown of Salford endured lockdown 2020. An accessible exhibition like this demonstrates the importance of creative industries and cultural institutions to act as a place of creativity, inclusivity and learning for all. It was fantastic to hear arts funding announcements this week, which I hope wi
I want to say a massive thank you to everyone who has visited the stall and said hello this weekend @mcrartfair. It was a real pleasure to chat to such a diverse array of art lovers who came together to celebrate their shared passion for creativity. Thanks to all my fellow stall holders for making me feel welcome too and a massive thank you to all those who have purchased work and in doing so are allowing me to continue living my dream. I much appreciate all the messages, new
I very much enjoyed seeing the work of Belgian artist Tom Dekyvere at The Lowry recently. Through the installation, titled ‘Nervous’, the artist was responding to the building and creating a temporary artwork exploring reality and the human mind.
The installation is free to visit and is suspended in the Lowry's public spaces. At night, interactive technology allows visitors to use their own brain waves to change the lighting and overall effect of the artwork.
I'm proud to report that I've currently got two artworks on display at Salford Museum and Art Gallery as part of their inaugural Salford Summer Show: The Open . The exhibition is being held as part of the Royal Academy 250th anniversary celebrations. It was open to submissions and selected on merit from artists, designers, sculptors, photographers and craft makers who live, work, study or who were born in the city of Salford. The selected works will be on display in the No
I am very pleased to announce that I am representing the borough of Salford in a Greater-Manchester wide art exhibition. Hosted by Quays Culture, in partnership with the University of Salford, the exhibition is celebrating the breadth of digital talent across Greater Manchester. One artist representing each of the 10 boroughs of Greater Manchester will showcase a unique artwork incorporating digital techniques during the exhibition which runs from Monday 9th April – Friday 4t