Inside Collectors’ Homes…

I am incredibly lucky that my paintings attract repeat collectors, but
this is definitely the largest collection of my work to date. Eleven of
my paintings hang in this beautiful white cube house, many of which were
bought during my MFA exhibition in 2015. I’ve scaled down in size a bit
since then, but am still using intense colour on fabric! You can view
most of my recent paintings at or via my website!

Exciting Studio Updates

It’s been nearly four years since I
graduated from my MFA and in that time I’ve had six solo exhibitions, a
number of group exhibitions, held a six-month residency at a textiles
factory and been featured in local and national press, including The
Telegraph and in The Guardian as an “artist to watch”.

These are all achievements I’m really proud of and even more so that my
paintings have continued to sell well throughout this period.

Over the past four years I have been committed to my practice and to
investing in quality materials to make my work. The prices of my
paintings have remained the same since I left art school so I am pleased
to announce that my work will shortly see a small increase in price.

The prices of my paintings will increase by 20% on this Friday at midnight.

If you would like to purchase a painting at the current prices, then there is a large selection available through New Blood Art. Click here to view.

To read more about my professional
journey and achievements, then Sarah Ryan, Director of New Blood Art,
has featured my work in the Investment Tips section of the gallery website. Click here to read.

New series of still life paintings

The traditions of oil painting are constantly informing my work. I look back at materials or processes that artists would have used in the past and try to approach them in a contemporary way. With this in mind, I regularly move between portrait, landscape and still life painting. Each discipline offers something to my practice. I am currently focusing on still life painting, specifically exploring a quite graphic composition alongside reduced colour combinations. Here are the first four paintings of the series…

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