“Landscape provides endless opportunities for artistic response; my current focus is on points of change – I continue my observations of the various stages of the life cycle of plants and how landscape is shaped by the elements. Natural growth and decay are core inspirations with points of change fleeting and fragile and my artistic response provides an exciting challenge.”
I studied sculpture and ceramics from Grays School of Art and graduated with a diploma and post diploma and have taught art for many years.
I was elected a professional member of SSA, VAS and PAI and over the years I was awarded prizes from the art school including a travelling scholarship and also several prizes from RSA, VAS and PAI.
I exhibit regularly at national and local level ,worked on several commissions and occasionally open my studio to the public.
My studios has a rural outlook and is situated near Biggar overlooking the hills of Scottish Borders.