From a very early age I have always been very creative… ceramic sculpture and all genres of art are my passion, art to me is like breathing and I can’t imagine a day when I’m not creating something or thinking of my next project.

I give expression to my ideas via sculpture using varying materials – that’s part of the fun for me.

I would describe my work as whimsical and humorous. Recently I have been working on abstract sculptures which I am enjoying enormously.

I’ve experienced many genres in arts from oil painting, bronze sculpture, driftwood and ceramics . I have also have been sculpting clients animal and family portraits; they provide me with their photographs and I make a ceramic sculpture for them. This has proved to be extremely popular and keeps me very busy!

Some of the galleries I have exhibited with Rostra Gallery Bath, Mardleybury Gallery Ware, Gabrielle’s Fine Art Gallery, Canary Wharf. Richard Goodall Gallery in Manchester ( Richard exhibited my work at the Hampstead Heath Affordable Art Show my name was on the ticket as a newcomer ) I had one of my sculptures selected for this years Potters Council Calendar 2017 Sculptural: Figurative. 

I am mainly self-taught learning the basics and then doing what I want, my work revolves around using my imagination and learning new techniques to allow me to turn my thoughts into artistic creations.


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“…I find clay a wonderful medium for expressing my imaginative mind…

…it’s very exciting to create and be able to manipulate a ball of clay into a work of art, experimenting with glazes never being sure what the outcome might be texture and movement create exciting unexpected colours.”

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