Originally from the UK, she has lived in Australia since the mid 90’s. She graduated from University with a BA Honours Degree in Art and Related Arts in 1992.
Informed by life and nature, her work incorporates the use of light and shadows, positives and negatives and contrasts. She often uses figures and horses as a subject matter as she finds these the best way to bring out a sence of emotion within her work.
BA Honours Degree in Art and Related Arts
Winner, Best in show - Grey Cube Gallery, online open show, January 2021.
Winner, The Physically Energised categories and overall Winner, ASHREI Art Prize and Exhibition -Woollahra 2020.
Winner The Roger Fenton Prize - 2018, judged by Alan Somerville -The Sculpture Society, Sydney.
Finalist, The Randwick International Women’s Day Art Prize, 2017.
2020 - Sculpture Society Exhibition Chatswood Chase
2020 - ASHREI Art Prize and Exhibition
2020 - Sculpture Society Exhibition at the Incinerator
2019 - Sculpture Society Exhibition Chatswood Chase
2019 - Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition
2019 - Moulton Galleries Exhibition
2019 - ARTPark Australia
2018 - Sculpture Concourse Art Space Exhibition
2018 - ARTPark Australia
2018 - Sculpture Society Exhibition Darling Park
2018 - Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition
2017 - ARTPark Australia
2017 - Randwick International Women’s Day Art Prize